Top 5 Saturday: Books with Snow on the Cover

Welcome to Top 5 Saturday! This is a weekly challenge hosted by Devouring Books, and this week’s challenge focuses on books with snow on the cover.

I really struggled again this week! Apparently I don’t read too many snowy, wintery, cozy books. For this list, I managed to come up with a list of books for adults and for children that feature snow in some way on the cover (some of which I’ve read, and some of which I haven’t). Without further ado, here are my top five choices (in no particular order)!

1. “The Memory Keeper’s Daughter” by Kim Edwards

Image result for the memory keeper's daughter book cover
  • Genre: Psychological Fiction

This book was also included in my list from last week! Does this count as snow? At the top it just looks like sparkles, but at the bottom it seems like snow so I’m going to count it. Like I said last week, this is one of my all-time favorite books and I highly recommend it!

You can find the Goodreads synopsis of The Memory Keeper’s Daughter HERE.

2. “Sundays at Tiffany’s” by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet

Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson, Gabrielle Charbonnet, Paperback |  Barnes & NobleĀ®
  • Genre: Romance

This was the first one I thought of when brainstorming for this week’s prompt (and it was actually the only one I could think of at first). This is a cozy, wintery romance! It’s one of the first romance novels I ever read, which is probably why it has stayed with me for so long!

You can find the Goodreads synopsis of Sundays at Tiffany’s HERE.

3. “Snow Falling” by Jane Gloriana Villanueva Snow Falling (9781507206621): Villanueva, Jane Gloriana: Books
  • Genre: Romance

Is anyone else here a fan of the show Jane the Virgin?? It’s one of my favorites! Inspired by telenovelas, it’s dramatic and entertaining and so, so clever. The main character, Jane Gloriana Villanueva, is an aspiring author throughout the series and this is the book she was working on. And they made it into an actual book! I haven’t actually read it yet, but I can’t wait!

You can find the Goodreads synopsis of Snow Falling HERE.

4. “The Snowy Day” by Ezra Jack Keats

The Snowy Day Board Book: Keats, Ezra Jack: 9780670867332: Books
  • Genre: Picture Book

An iconic children’s book! It’s a winner of the Caldecott Medal for a reason; the illustrations are beautiful. Such a great one to have in the classroom and read aloud during winter months!

You can find the Goodreads synopsis of The Snowy Day HERE.

5. “Ten Ways to Hear Snow” by Cathy Camper

Ten Ways to Hear Snow: Camper, Cathy, Pak, Kenard: 9780399186332: Books
  • Genre: Picture Book

I haven’t actually read this one yet, but I can’t wait to get it for my classroom! I saw a preview of it on Instagram, and it looks amazing. Beautiful illustrations, lyrical text… I’m so excited to find a copy of this one so that I can use it in my classroom.

You can find the Goodreads synopsis of Ten Ways to Hear Snow HERE.

Have you read any of these books? What would your top five be?

Let me know in the comments!

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