The winter games are quickly approaching and we're starting to turn our minds from literary pursuits to more athletic ones.
While the modern summer games have been going since 1896, but the winter games didn't start until 1924 as "International Winter Sports Week". They have grown from a beginning of six sports and 14 events to 15 sports and 98 events. If you're interested in arm chair refereeing, but need to brush up on the finer points of the rules of curling, we've got The Sports Rules Book.
Other books about winter sports include:
We've also got biographies on past famous US winter Olympians
For a fun movie night, Miracle, gives a dramatic account of the 1980 US Men's Hockey team's win over Russia.
If you're interested in up to the minute info and pictures, the US Team's twitter feed is pretty fun.