The snow is soon to be falling and books are always calling! Cuddling up on the couch or in your favorite chair is a great way to stay warm this winter! The Youth Services Department has TONS of picture books to keep your children busy during winter break. Stop in, take a look and take home a book (or two)!
Snow Puppy by Marcus Pfister
When Sophie goes shopping with her parents, Rascal the puppy has to stay home all by himself. But then it begins to snow. After Rascal becomes lost in the snow, can he find Sophie again?
Home for Christmas by Jan Brett
Rollo the troll is tired of chores, but after spending time on the tundra with various animal families, from owls to moose, he realizes that he wants to be home for Christmas even if that means behaving himself.
Over and Under the Snow by Kate Messner
Over the snow, the world is hushed and white, but under the snow is a secret world of squirrels and snowshoe hares, bears and bullfrogs, and many others who live outside in the woods during the winter.
Christmas Eve Good Night by Doug Cushman
On Christmas Eve, animals at the North Pole, gingerbread men, robots, and more say good night to their mommas, papas, and buddies.
Bedtime for Bear by Brett Helquist
Just after the first snowfall, Bear is ready to go to sleep until spring but his friends encourage him to spend one last day playing with them.
Little Bunny and the Magic Christmas Tree by David Martin
Tired of being the smallest child in the family, Little Bunny discovers on Christmas Eve what it would be like to be even smaller.
Happy Holidays and stay warm!