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Winter Days in the Big Woods – A Month of Cozy Books

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When fall begins to approach, my mind always turns to Little House in the Big Woods. There is something warm and cozy about the scenes described in that Wisconsin log cabin. The novel is often too far advanced for young children, even for a read aloud. But little ones are sure to enjoy Winter Days in the Big Woods from the My First Little House Books.

The picture books in this series are filled with colorful illustrations and simple text designed for younger children. This book includes playing in the attic amid the pumpkins, making pretty patterns in the frost on the windows, churning butter, making paper dolls, and Pa singing songs.

Could anything be more cozy sounding?

Be sure to add Winter Days in the Big Woods to your family reading pile for the cozy days ahead!

This is part of my A Month of Cozy Books series!

Winter Days in the Big Woods - A Month of Cozy Books

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