Winter for many is a time to slow down, conserve energy and plan for spring’s arrival, but if we look closely, we see buds on trees slowly begin to swell, and the first roots of snowdrops and bluebells take hold in the moist soil. Worms travel deeper in the warmth of the soil, mammals snuggle together, and birds migrate.
Relax through these chapters of winter told through story, poetry, images and traditions, and enjoy how they make you feel, what they remind you of and any conversations or thoughts that open and unfold.
You can enjoy the Winter book in many ways:
- View the book online or download a copy to print.
- Listen to the audiobook, narrated by authors Martin Maudsley and Sarah Acton. Scroll down to listen to the individual chapters or the entire audiobook.