Whose woods these are I think I know, his house is in the village though. He will not see me stopping here, to stop without a farmhouse near. And so it begins. The poem has long been a favorite and when Susan Jeffers added her illustrations it became downright magical.
This story follows the visit of the elusive, yet welcomed troll, Tomten, who pays nocturnal visit to a sleepy farm on a beautiful winter’s night.
Who says snowmen must have charcoal eyes and a carrot nose? Certainly not Lois Ehlert who will delight children with a sack full of interesting things with which to adorn a yard full of snowmen.
A beloved wintry tale filled with whimsy and magic, much like a new snow. Truly a classic that has been loved by generations.
Get ready for a giggle feast as Big Bear, who is hard of hearing, keeps misunderstanding Old Man Winter when he tells him to Sleep, Bear, Sleep.
It begins when one curious hedgehog gets his head stuck in a hat which he can’t get off and continues as more and more barnyard animals begin donning clothes. Beautiful and silly. A true delight.
Using photography to tell the tale, the woodland animals receive a message from a great gray owl that comes down from the far north, “Winter is coming early. Prepare.” Will the animals be ready in time for the first snow of the season?
While Frederick’s friends are busy gathering nuts and seeds for winter, Frederick tell them he is gathering sun rays, colors and words. When the food runs out, it’s Frederick’s contributions that help get them through the winter.
On a cold’s winter day, a mole is thrilled to find a mitten that has been lost in the woods. He burrows into it and is nice and toasty. As the day goes along, more and more animals squeeze in. How many animals can the mitten hold?
All snow storms start with 1 or 2 flakes. While the rest of the town chooses to believe they are not signalling a full fledged snowstorm, one young boy and his dog hold out hope for snow. When it begins to fill the city, the 2 are ready to enjoy every glorious flake.
What could be more magical for a young girl than to get up in the middle of the night and wander the snow covered hills with her dad? Discovering owls, of course. Follow this young girl on a most extraordinary adventure.
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