One winter morning, Lina wakes up to silence. It’s the sound of snow — the kind that looks soft and glows bright in the winter sun. But as she walks to her grandmother’s house to help make the family recipe for warak enab, she continues to listen. As Lina walks past snowmen and across icy sidewalks, she discovers ten ways to pay attention to what might have otherwise gone unnoticed. With stunning illustrations by Kenard Pak and thoughtful representation of a modern Arab American family from Cathy Camper, Ten Ways to Hear Snow is a layered exploration of mindfulness, empathy, and what we realize when the world gets quiet.
This touching winter book can be used in speech therapy to address social/emotional issues like positive perspectives and themes including family and helping others. It is also great for targeting figurative language including onomatopoeias and imagery! Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using Ten Ways to Hear Snow in speech therapy below: