Lots of parents of young children will be looking for some stories about winter. Why not head to your local library and check out some of the lovely wintry stories?
We’ve packed up all our books about Christmas and put together this list of our top 5 favorite story books about winter. Have you read them all? What are some of your favourites?
Books About Winter
Guess How Much I Love In The Winter by Sam McBratney
Little Nutbrown Hare loves playing games in the winter snow – but is he clever enough to trick Big Nutbrown Hare?
A delightful gift from he creators of Guess How Much I Love You.
A heartwarming story, a lovely book to snuggle with your little ones and read during these winter months.
Bella Get Her Skates On by Ian Whybrow
Ben and Sophie are excited about goung skating on the frozen lake. But little sister Bella isn’t sure. She’s worried about falling over. She’s worried about not keeping up. She’s worried about being laughed at.
Will Bella ever be brave enough to try skating?
A lovely story all about how once Bella feels brave enough to try something new, she realises how much she loves it! A great story to promote self belief with your little ones.
Say Hello to the Snowy Animals by Ian Whybrow and Ed Eaves
Come with Husky and say hello in the land of ica and snow. What a lot of snowy fun!
My three loves to join in with the animal noises, along with the cute pictures and lovely rhyming words, this book is perfect for toddlers.
Foxes in the Snow by Jonathan Emmett and Rebecca Harry
A wonderfully wintry tale of two adventurous little fox cubs and their first snowfall.
This cosy story is lovely for any little ones this winter.
The Gruffalo’s Child by Julia Donaldson
The Gruffalo said that no Gruffalo should ever step foot in the deep dark wood.
But one wild and windy night the Gruffalo’s child ignores her father’s warnings and tiptoes out into the snow. After all, the Big Bad Mouse doesn’t really exist…. does he?
A lovely sequel to another of our favourite books, The Gruffalo. With it’s colourful characters and rhyming text, this story is a must for any child.