National Geographic Kids - Winter Wonderland by Jill Esbaum (published in 2010)
This one is a narrative nonfiction book told from Winter's perspective. It was an "easier to read" type of book but still had a lot of great language to share. We especially liked discussing how Winter can be sneaky, as the book suggests.
The Story of Snow: The Science of Winter's Wonder by Mark Cassino (published in 2009)
There was a lot of incredible information in this read. We shared it using Tumblebooks, which I think helped to engage some of my struggling readers. I even learned new things about snow in this one!
Who Likes the Snow? (Exploring the Elements) by Etta Kaner (published in 2006)
This is another narrative nonfiction book which was also read using Tumblebooks. I really liked that it gives the story portion, poses a question/wonder, and then provides answers/information.
I have a plan for the upcoming week but am also looking forward to getting suggestions from other participants! Also, be sure to check out Alyson Beecher's Kit Lit Frenzy, the host blog of this event.