Blog Winter Olympic Recommended Reads
The Winter Olympics are a celebration of winter sports and the best athletes in the world! From skiing to curling, ice hockey to the bobsleigh, the Winter Olympic games are full of fun! Check out our recommended reads to mark the wintery occasion below and get involved with the games.
Snowman Paul At The Winter Olympics
By Yossi Lapid (author), Joanna Pasek (illustrator)
Publisher: Yosef Lapid
This bright, engaging rhyming book is a fantastic introduction to the winter Olympics. Snowman Paul competes, but, is he getting help from his friends to win...?
A lovely book to share with young readers, and who knows it could inspire the Olympians of the future!
What Are the Winter Olympics?
By Gail Herman (author), Who HQ (author), Jake Murray (illustrator)
Publisher: Penguin Putnam Inc
Did you know that the winter Olympics didn't officially begin until 1924?
The Winter Olympics celebrates cold-weather sports such as skiing, ice-skating, ice hockey, snowboarding and curling. This book introduces readers to the different sports, some of their athletes and exciting Winter Games stories!
Kids Guide to the Olympics & Paralympics: 2022 Winter Games
By Robert S Bedeaux
SportsEngine & NBC Sports have created the most complete guide for kids and families to use while watching the 2022 Winter Games. Brush up on the history of the Olympic Winter Games and Paralympic Winter Games, learn the basics of each event, solve puzzles, play games, and become a Winter Games expert!
Mr. Men: Winter Sports
By Adam Hargreaves
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Some classic Mr Men storytelling, this time Little Miss Somersault is the star of the story as she shares with us her love for snow. Her favourite thing is skiing so she heads off to the mountains and decides to hold a skiing competition. However, some of the Mr Men are not as good at skiing as Little Miss Somersault... and the fun begins!Published: Mon 31st Jan 2022