Reading in Winter
Winter is here, and though it's not the snowy winter many of us dreamed of, the weather is still often nasty enough to force us indoors for long periods of time.
What better way to pass the long, dark winter hours in the Pacific Northwest than to read books?
We've created a list of winter-themed books for you that are available in our own library, so it's just a short trip for you to grab a title you find intriguing, take it home, and read it--for free.
We've also made a list of some winter poems, with links so you can access them online.
So, pull up by the fire, stir your hot chocolate, turn on your reading lamp, and read.
"Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert Frost
"Blizzard" by William Carlos Williams
"Sonnet 97: How like a winter hath my absence been" by William Shakespeare
"The Snowman" by Wallace Stevens