Thursday, February 5, 2015


Earlier this week, I reviewed Frozen, a romantic anthology.  So the kids are getting their share of the chill today.

Lemonade in Winter by Emily Jenkins

A brother and sister have a lemonade stand in the middle of winter and learn lessons about money and the marketplace.

Mr. Popper's Penguins by  Richard Atwater

This classic tale is nothing like the movie.  Mr. Popper is a mild mannered family man who yearns for adventure and is gifted with his very own penguin.  Find out what happens when he gets this amazing gift and where it leads him.

Earmuffs for Everyone by Meghan McCarthy

This is the story of Chester Greenwood, the real inventor of earmuffs.  Chester didn't like having cold ears so he and his grandma make him a pair of ear warmers.  As a teen, he started his own company and sold the ear muffs and the rest is history.

Winter is the Warmest Season by Laura Stringer

This book follows a family through a winter day and features warmth from grilled cheese sandwiches to flannel pj's.

So cuddle up and stay warm and until next week, keep on reading.

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