We had a white Christmas! I know that doesn't mean much to a lot of you, but for me, it was my first white Christmas, and for my little town, it's been the first white Christmas in 47 years! So you can imagine, it was pretty special. That and we've all had precious moments with extended family!
So the perfect book for such an occasion is Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening (c. 1978). Once again, Susan Jeffers gives us a breathtakingly beautiful book. You must check out her interpretation of Robert Frost's poem.
Jeffers lends an enchanting quality to Frost's quietly enthralling poem. Frost's poem conveys the magical silence and deceleration to life's pace that a newly falling snow brings about. Jeffers faithfully compliments the peaceful solitude captured by Frost's poem. The text and illustrations in this book transports the reader into the allure of a snowstorm, bestowing a serene and spellbinding experience.
Readers, comment on which page or spread is your favorite. It's a tough choice, isn't it!