The Booklist; great winter reads.

Eowyn Ivey’s first book, The Snow Child is the perfect story to read while snuggled under a warm blanket. This is a book I wish I’d written. A little bit of fantasy, a lot of amazing characters, and beautiful prose make this a top pick of mine.

You cannot go wrong with Bernd Heinrich no matter what the season. A great quote from this book, “When you consider life as a whole, intelligence is but a mere bristle on the hog.
For non-fiction lovers, A Year in the Maine Woods is perfect in every way.

Part fantasy, part history,…all amazing. Winter’s Tale by Mark Helprin takes place in a 20th century mythical New York City. At 768 pages, it’s a bit of a commitment, but delivers a strange and wonderful read for long winter nights.

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