Let’s break out the books about ice for kids! From stories that take place in frozen landscapes to books that teach about the science of ice and snow, there is a wealth of material for children to discover.
Winter is the perfect excuse to start learning about ice — whether you’re up to your eyeballs in snow or enjoying balmier weather!
Chill out with the Cat in the Hat as he takes Sally and Dick to visit the North and South Poles in this very cool Cat in the Hat Learning Library book!
Cat and Co. discover how the animals stay warm in freezing temperatures, why it’s colder at the South Pole than at the North Pole, that one pole is located on land and the other isn’t, and how scientists are studying climate change to keep both poles icy cold.
Perfect for fans of the hit PBS kids TV show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That, this is a great choice for curling up with on a winter’s day!
You and your family can learn all about the ins and outs of chemistry, biology, physics, the human body, and our planet with Dad’s Book of Awesome Science Experiments.
From Rock Candy Crystals to Magnetic Fields, each of these fun science projects features easy-to-understand instructions that can be carried out by even the youngest of lab partners, as well as awesome, full-color photographs that guide you through each step.
Complete with 30 interactive experiments and explanations for how and why they work.
Antarctica–vast, cold, and mysterious. This frozen continent is full of incredible stories. Here you can discover incredible wildlife, awe-inspiring landscapes, and adventurous scientists and explorers.
Join author Karen Romano Young on a trip across Antarctica, hanging out with people and animals and learning about how this special place is changing, and what it means for our planet.
Hang out with some of the coolest creatures on earth above and below the ice as you meet emperor penguins, killer whales, and elephant seals.
Suit up for the cold and explore some of the harshest landscapes on earth, following in the footsteps of brave explorers.
Learn about how scientists survive here today and what they do all day–from studying climate change to investigating ice cores almost a million years old to learn about the history–and future–of our planet.