top of page
  • Rachel

Bring on the Snowflakes!

Updated: Apr 27

Photo of a snowflake on a piece of fabric

Stop by the Children's Floor this month to create a beautiful snowflake for our Snowflake Wall! When you are done, grab a book all about snowflakes to take home for family storytime! Here are 5 to get you started!


The Story of Snow by Mark Cassino

This book about the science of snow features photos of snow crystals in their beautiful diversity and includes how snow crystals are formed into different shapes and snow-crystal-catching instructions in the back of the book.

Children's Non-Fiction

Request It!

Disney Frozen by Jennifer Keast

Look and Find with Elsa, Anna, Olaf, and friends! Search for hidden things in 7 fun-filled scenes. Then turn to the end of the book for more challenges!

Children's Board Book

Request It!

Snowy Sunday by Phyllis Root

One very snowy Sunday, snowflakes as big as balls of wool are falling on Bonnie Bumble's farm. The cow, the duck, the hens, and even Spot the dog are all shivery and cold. "This will never d-d-d-do," says Bonnie with chattering teeth. So she gets busy with needles and wool and knits and knits--hats and scarves, beak-warmers and tail-warmers. But how can she get the sun to make everyone warm and toasty?

Children's Picture Book

Request It!

The Snowflake by Neil Waldman

Follows the journey of a water droplet through the various stages of the water cycle, from precipitation to evaporation and condensation.

Children's Non-fiction

Request It!

Toby and the Snowflakes by Julie Halpern

Lonely after his best friend moves away, Toby finds new playmates in the talking snowflakes that begin to fall.

Children's Picture Book

Request It!


Don't forget to come in & add your touch to the Snowflake Wall on the Children's Floor!

29 views0 comments
bottom of page