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  1. We focused on Pinkney’s wordless The Lion and the Mouse this week and looking forward to the announcement of the Caldecott Awards next week. By the way we’re currently reading Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House in the Big Woods…parts of it take place during the winter, with extensive descriptions of preparing for winter to arrive. Look for our post on that book next week.

    We own a few pop up books but none of Robert Sabuda’s work. If I had the room and the income, I’d love to collect pop-ups. So visually interesting.

  2. AH! The Cold Lady book would be SUCH a huge hit around here!! I’d not heard of that one.

    And how cool are you with your nightly activity? Very appropriate indeed!

    Hope things can stay relatively calm around your parts!

    Thanks, as always, for hosting this!

  3. I absolutely love Snowflake Bentley.

    Our uncharacteristically cold weather (high 20s/low teens) seems to have vamoosed, leaving us in the 50s and 60s again (which is typical for here, for now). I could stand a little more winter, to be honest.

    Lord willing, I’ll be participating next week.

  4. Thanks for sharing all the winter books! It’s January Thaw right now, so it’s little “warmer” but not much. Still enjoy the snow – whether it’s outside or in books.

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