These are some great resources to pair with Sparkly Snowflakes.
If you study weather and snow, or are just looking to do something seasonal, check out some of these resources.
Wilson Bentley was the first man to photograph individual snowflakes, in 1885. He's the person who determined that no two snowflakes are exactly the same. A fascinating man, indeed.
Start your research at the Official Website of Wilson A. Bentley. You'll find a brief biography there, and some wonderful, printable images of his photographs. I printed out the collection and laminated them for my students to look at and admire.
For a more thorough biography, and one to share with your students, check out Snowflake Bentley. It's a picture book intended for children. The biography is written as a story, with a lot of factual information in the margins - you can decide how much to share based on your students.
For your own knowledge, you may want to read The Snowflake Man: A Biography of Wilson A. Bentley. I haven't read the whole book, but have read an excerpt. You can probably get it through your library system.
Two other books that look interesting are Snowflakes in Photographs and Snow Crystals. I'm not familiar with either book, but they are both collections of Bentley's images. Again, it might be worth looking for these at the library before investing.