Snowtime fun – What we’re reading

IMG_7255This is a cute little board book for babies and toddlers. It is the perfect size for tiny hands (although for a board book the pages are quiet thin but they are sturdy all the same). It’s a fairly short book that although it says it is a Christmas book, I feel is more of a general winter book (as there is no mention of Christmas). Instead of focusing on Christmas, this little book describes nine fun winter activities such as sledging, building a snowman and drinking hot cocoa. Each activity has a page to itself with a fun and colourful illustration and a couple of rhyming sentence to describe the activity. This year my baby seems to enjoy looking at the colourful pictures and listening to the rhymes but I can imagine reading this to her in future years and her getting more out of it. For example you could read it to a toddler experiencing the first snow day that they really understand, before building a snowman or going for a winter walk.

IMG_6765 IMG_6771Linking up with What we’re reading over at Space for the butterflies.

I have one more Christmas book that I want to share with you, so come back next Tuesday (Christmas eve) for Christmas magic. I have a couple of posts on Christmas sensory play for babies that I hope to get up this week too.

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3 thoughts on “Snowtime fun – What we’re reading

  1. Oh that’s gorgeous – such lovely rich illustrations (I’m a complete sucker for lovely illustrations!) It’s nice to have wintery books that don’t suddenly seem passed it as soon as you get to Boxing Day too isn’t it!

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