Winter is coming to the north woods and the animals are all getting ready for the first big snow. The owl hears the wind whistle, but the moose sees the first flakes. Now the geese know it is time to fly south, and the bear knows it is time for sleep. Then it snows and snows and snows. Every flake is different. All of them are hushed. Both the fox and the hare will forage through the long winter — but now the hare's coat matches the white snow and the fox's fur stands out like a fiery beacon.Manya Stojic's lovely evocation of a world made white will help cheer young readers along until — at last! — the snow melts and spring returns to the north.