Winter Is for Snow (Board book)
On Our Shelves Now
An ode to everything winter in rambunctious, colorful Robert Neubecker style! Now available as a board book.
Winter is for snowball fights,
for sledding down the hills.
Winter is for skating rinks
and speedy, chilly thrills.
In this lyrical tribute to winter, two siblings explore a snowy wonderland . . . and end up in the cozy warmth of family. Delve into Robert Neubecker's expressive and rejuvenating illustrations that celebrate snow and the comfort of friends and family at home. Only Neubecker's magic touch could make kids love winter this much! Now available as a board book.
About the Author
Robert Neubecker (www.neubecker.com) is a regular contributor to Slate.com, the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.  His many books include Fall is for School  and Wow! City,  an American Library Association Notable book for 2005. He has recently illustrated Keith Haring: The Boy Who Just Kept Drawing  by Kay Haring. A longtime New Yorker, Robert now lives with his growing family and the occasional moose on Iron Mountain in Park City, Utah.
* "Neubecker's snow-laden illustrations are crammed with activity while also revealing a certain emotional thawing."—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"A rhyming, rollicking salute to the coldest season."—Booklist
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PRAISE FOR FALL IS FOR SCHOOL
"This cheery (rah! rah!) back-to-school selection is a colorful addition for school and public libraries."—School Library Journal