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The Snow is Coming... So Wrap Yourself In A Good Book!

Q. Where does a snowman keep his money?

Snowballs by Lois Ehlert

A. In a snowbank!

Feeling excited (or not?) about the coming snow? Ready or not, we might see some snow falling past our windows this weekend in London. So with winter on its wet, wild, and wonderful way, why not wrap yourself in a good book, and read away those winter blues? We've got new snow & winter books coming to a London Public Library branch near you, and also many well-loved 'oldies but goodies' to get you into the winter spirit. So curl up under a blanket and read with your friends, brothers, sisters, parents, grandparents, or anyone else who loves to read as much as you do! Read about snowballs, snowmen, mittens and scarves, sledding, snow forts, sleigh rides, and winter wonderlands. And most of all, let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

Check out these new snowy picture books:

Once Upon a Northern Night by Isabelle ArsenaultLadybug Girl and the Big Snow (book)Snow Rabbit, Spring Rabbit by Sung Na

Big Snow by Jonathan BeanWinter is For Snow by Robert NeubeckerRabbits in the Snow: Books of Opposites

Check out these 'oldies but goodies':

Snowballs by Lois EhlertClifford's First Snow DayThe Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats

Perfect Snow by Barbara ReidThe Mitten: A Ukrainian FolktaleSpot's Snow Day by Eric HillSnow Party by Harriet Ziefert