15 Winter Picture Books Your Kids Will Love

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We officially turned on the heater in our house, which meant it was time to dust off our winter picture books! Over the years, I’ve come across many precious books about Christmas and chilly weather and I wanted to share a handful in case you’re hoping to grow your little one’s bookshelf.

Our collection is a few of my childhood classics combined with my kids’ new favorites. They’re all about the seasons changing, making discoveries in the snow, and spending winter holidays with loved ones. Each book is heartwarming with beautiful illustrations and a thoughtful message about having special experiences when it’s cold outside.

My children are six and four now, but many of these titles come in a board book version so that you can start reading them with your curious little babies. The stories will stay the same as time passes, but you’ll get to watch your kids grow from gnawing on the pages to eventually reading them aloud to you. Tradition and nostalgia are already abundant during the winter months, and these sweet books add another sentimental layer.

Grab a cozy blanket, a few of these books, and snuggle up with your children for winter storytime!

What’s your family’s favorite winter picture book?

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Tasheena is a California native who moved to Columbia in 2018. She married her college sweetheart in 2013 and they’re raising two strong-minded daughters, ages seven and five. Tasheena has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education with a minor degree in Child and Family Science. After working as a kindergarten teacher, she transitioned to life as a stay-at-home mom when her second daughter was born. When she isn’t compulsively decluttering and obsessively meal planning, Tasheena enjoys yoga, reading, living room dance parties, and creating content about motherhood on her blog, TheCinnamonMom.com. She is passionate about helping moms spend meaningful time with family, raise empathetic children, and live more mindfully.

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