While my family celebrates, we spend most of December watching the movie and hoping for a 'White Christmas'. Whatever you celebrate, usually most of December, January, and February are spent doing the following: parents hoping and praying for a lack of snow to make easier commutes and less shoveling, and children hoping and praying for the opposite in the hopes that a snow day might be called.
Well, I am looking outside right now and with two days left, it looks promising, but we will see. In the meantime, I have compiled a list of a few books you can share with your family... grab some cups of hot cocoa and snuggle up under the blankets as you read along about some snowy situations.
Snow is My Best and Favorite by Lauren Child
Snow! Snow! Snow! by Lee Harper
Chaucer's First Winter by Stephen Krensky
Snow Day by Lester Laminack
Snowy Blowy Winter by Bob Raczka
Snow by Cynthia Rylant
All You Need for a Snowman by Alice Schertle
Winter is the Warmest Season by Lauren Stringer