• CHILDREN'S

    A PERFECT DAY

    NOV. 1, 2012

CHILDREN'S

A PERFECT DAY

by Carin Berger & illustrated by Carin Berger

With no story to follow, readers are not likely to ask for rereadings, however masterful the images. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    SNOW DAY FOR MOUSE

    OCT. 1, 2012

CHILDREN'S

SNOW DAY FOR MOUSE

by Judy Cox & illustrated by Jeffrey Ebbeler

Readers will look forward to taking this snow-day romp again and again. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    SNOWBOY 1, 2, 3

    OCT. 16, 2012

CHILDREN'S

SNOWBOY 1, 2, 3

by Joe Wahman & illustrated by Wendy Wahman

Count on skipping this one in favor of a celebration of winter that has a more obvious storyline. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    RABBIT'S SNOW DANCE

    NOV. 8, 2012

CHILDREN'S

RABBIT'S SNOW DANCE

retold by James Bruchac ; Joseph Bruchac & illustrated by Jeff Newman

Kids who are looking forward to a snow day may give Rabbit’s chant a try, but hopefully, they will know when to stop. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    A FLOWER IN THE SNOW

    DEC. 1, 2012

CHILDREN'S

A FLOWER IN THE SNOW

by Tracey Corderoy & illustrated by Sophie Allsopp

This friendship tale definitely has a message, but readers may not be able to find it under the snow. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    SNOWMAN MAGIC

    OCT. 1, 2012

CHILDREN'S

SNOWMAN MAGIC

by Katherine Tegen & illustrated by Brandon Dorman

Though this doesn’t quite match the allure of Michael Garland’s Christmas Magic (2001) or the pure fun of Caralyn and Mark... Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    COLD SNAP

    OCT. 9, 2012

CHILDREN'S

COLD SNAP

by Eileen Spinelli & illustrated by Marjorie Priceman

This may not be the most exciting or enthralling winter tale, but it is perfect for sharing during readers’ own cold... Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    SNOWMEN AT WORK

    OCT. 16, 2012

CHILDREN'S

SNOWMEN AT WORK

by Caralyn Buehner & illustrated by Mark Buehner

Fans and those looking for books about occupations may find themselves looking askance at every snowman they see. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    THE ICIEST, DICIEST, SCARIEST SLED RIDE EVER!

    NOV. 9, 2012

CHILDREN'S

THE ICIEST, DICIEST, SCARIEST SLED RIDE EVER!

by Rebecca Rule & illustrated by Jennifer Thermes

Parents beware: Children are likely to scout out the highest hill to try to replicate this amazing run. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    SNOWZILLA

    OCT. 2, 2012

  • CHILDREN'S

    CAN'T WE SHARE?

    OCT. 1, 2012

CHILDREN'S

CAN'T WE SHARE?

by Guido van Genechten & illustrated by Guido van Genechten

Still, in this day and age of lice, parents may wish the snowmen shared something other than hats. Full review >

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