Let the brief taste of a winter wonderland linger by reading these books. All of them have the word “snow” in the title, and all of them are available at the library.
Set in Alaska in the 1920’s this book binds the drama of the landscape with magical realism to weave a tale you won’t easily forget. Find it in our catalog here.
Set in China, two women are able to communicate secretly through artwork. Well researched and with a story the pulls you along this book will let see the lives of women in a time and culture where foot binding was prevalent. Find this book in our catalog here. Not a reader? We have the movie too!
The school had a new student, Anna, who spent her time writing obituaries for people who were still alive. When she disappears and all that is found is her dress next to a hole in the ice of a frozen river. This books takes the reader on a mysterious and twisty ride to discover the truth. Find this book in our catalog here.
Based on the fairy tale of the same name, The Snow Queen is a story full of love, mystery, politics, and action. A familiar fairy tale translated into science fiction and given the complexity a modern retelling has to have to keep us reading. Find it in our catalog here.
In Wisconsin, Rosalie MacKenzie rescues a Siberian husky. Together they begin competing in dogsled races while Rosalie learns about history of dogsled racing and the fate of the Chukchi people who depended on the huskies for their livelihoods. Immerse yourself in Rosalie’s story of survival and discovery. Find this book in our catalog here.