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5 Perfect Books for Cozy Winter Reading

Looking for some cozy winter books that your family can curl up with? Enjoy these suggestions, sorted by age range, from Save.

5 Perfect Books for Cozy Winter Reading

Is there any better time than a snow day or a cold winter night to curl up with a good read? Whether you're looking for a cozy mystery or winter books to read with your kids, check out our snuggle-worthy recommendations for all ages.

Mrs. Claus and the Santaland Slayings, by Liz Ireland

Newly married to Santa and adjusting to life at the North Pole, April gets more than she bargained for when an elf is found dead from a spider bite. Everyone thinks it was an accident, which means it's up to April to discover the truth. This snug mystery might be just what you need when you've had it up to here with the Christmas spirit.

Age range: Adult

Spinning, by Tillie Walden

The Winter Olympics are right around the corner, and figure skating is one of the most-watched sports of the games. In this remarkable graphic novel-style memoir, former skater Tillie Walden explores the all-encompassing world of training and competition, finding herself, and ultimately moving on. A must-read for teens exploring their own identity.

Age range: Middle school and high school

The Adventures of Balto: The Untold Story of Alaska's Famous Iditarod Sled Dog, by Pat Chargot

Balto the sled dog has a very important mission: delivering medicine to children who are dying of diptheria in snow-covered Alaska. When he's successful, he becomes an international hero. But then what? Find out what happens to Balto over the next eight years of his life. While you might know Balto from the movie about his heroic journey or his statue in Alaska, the rest of his story is worth the read.

This is a great book for dog lovers, kids who want to be doctors, or anyone who's ever struggled with finding their identity after an early success. In fact, it's worth reading together as a family.

Age range: Upper elementary

Hello Lighthouse, by Sophie Blackall

This lovely picture book explores the life of a lighthouse keeper and his family throughout the seasons. If you live near a lighthouse or have admired them in your travels, younger kids are sure to get a kick out of seeing how the keeper's family lives.

Age range: Lower elementary

Touch and Feel Winter

Part of Scholastic's Early Learners series, this padded mini-book is a great way to introduce babies and toddlers to the sights, animals, and words of winter. Tactile experiences keep kids engaged, while simple photo and word pairings expand their vocabulary.

Age range: 3 and under

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