Books for Kids: Winter Reading

winter reading

It's getting chilly outside, and that means we spend more time indoors. If you're looking for some new books for your child, check out our blog Books for Kids on the Charlotte Parent website. This monthly reading recommendation blog is authored by the talented children's specialists at the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.

To get you started, we're featuring some lists containing titles that our specialists have hand-picked for the winter season:

  • Friends and Family "What a great time of year to celebrate friends, family, and loved ones." Jesse Isley recommends four great children's books to share with a person you love.
  • Being Thankful "Books can let us see there is so much more to holidays than gifts and receiving." Maeve Cunningham offers four wonderful titles to help start a positive conversation with your child about being thankful.
  • Five Great Reads for Winter Break “Whether traveling or staying at home, these new books are sure to fire up young imaginations, warm hearts, and keep kids from saying, ‘I’m bored!’” Carla Sztyber picks five titles to share during Winter Break.
  • Winter Reads “Many people know of The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats, Owl Moon by Jane Yolen, and The Mitten by Jan Brett, but here are some newer books celebrating winter.” Amanda Sprott-Goldson shares four titles that are sure to become new winter favorites.

Want more reading recommendations for children, hand-picked by our experts? Check out our blog Books for Kids on the Charlotte Parent website.