The Children’s Book “Winter is the Warmest Season” by Lauren Stringer  » Books  »
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  • I found this book at the local library, but sites such as Amazon are always filled with books for all types of readers
  • I would strongly recommend that you look into purchasing this book for either a teacher’s classroom library, or for home libraries to get children involved and engaged in reading

    • by Susanna Frank
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      Not only is the book “Winter is the Warmest Season” by Lauren Stringer adorable and fun to read with its colorful pages, but it gives children something to relate to as they read. This is, if you haven’t already guessed, a children’s book for ages three to seven and would be perfect for children to read to adults, or vice versa.

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      first catches my interest as an adult is the wonderful pictures that on every page. Fun landscapes filled with happily painted people and vivid winter’s snow. For the children around my local area, which is Florida, snow is not something that they see during their winter months, and might not even be something they have ever seen at all except for through stories and movies.

      The plot of this story is also very well written that would make for a great way to get children interested in reading and come to love books. The boy in the story (who is the main character) is explaining to young readers that winter is his warmest season. He then goes into detail about all of the warm things he ...


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      gets to do in winter. Things such as hot baths, warm fuzzy hats and gloves and jackets, hot chocolate and warm meals.

      For children who live in the areas that it does snow, this book will be relatable to them. And for those who live in areas where it does not, it gives them to see about another type of climate that is

      substantially different from their own, where they can then compare and contrast.

      I found this book at the local library, but sites such as Amazon are always filled with books for all types of readers. I would strongly recommend that you look into purchasing this book for either a teacher’s classroom library, or for home libraries to get children involved and engaged in reading.




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