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Holiday Books for Kids

Believe it or not, the holidays are coming soon! Now's the time to plan ahead for the festivities by picking up some holiday themed books for the kids. Who doesn't like reading a tale about presents, toys, and reindeer? Take our word for it. The kids will be clamoring to get into bed in order for you to read to them these delightful bedtime stories.

Holiday Books

Dear Santa, Love, Rachel Rosenstein is co-written by actress Amanda Peet and Andrea Troyer. Not everyone celebrates Christmas, especially not in Rachel Rosenstein's house, for this Jewish family doesn't put up holiday lights or decorates a tree. This year, Rachel is determined to celebrate Christmas so she writes a letter to Santa to plead her case. As Rachel wrestles with her Jewish culture, customs, and faith, she comes to learn that there are other special holidays in the world worth celebrating besides Christmas.

Holiday Books for Kids

Toys Meet Snow is a wintry story by Emily Jenkins and Paul O. Zelinsky. When the Little Girl leaves her home for winter vacation, the toys are left behind all alone in the quiet, dark house. From the window they spy a winter wonderland with snow covered trees and dancing snowflakes.The curious stingray, rubber ball, and stuffed buffalo head outside for their very first time on an amazing adventure to play in the magical snow. As the sun begins to set, they shuffle back inside for a peaceful night of slumber after experiencing an extraordinary day.

Holiday Books for Kids

I've always wanted my own reindeer. I bet your kids have, too! Husband-and-wife team Lori Evert and Per Breiehagen are back with another captivating Christmastime read, The Reindeer Wish, featuring their daughter, Anja. It's Christmas Eve, and Anja is busy skiing on a snowy hill in the far, far north. Tired from her exciting day, she decides to take a little nap as she waits for her mother to come fetch her. When she awakens, a tiny cardinal asks Anja for help to rescue an abandoned reindeer. And so, the magical adventure begins...

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Holiday Books for Kids

Who better than Grammy award winner Mariah Carey to celebrate Christmas with this holiday season? All I Want for Christmas is You highlights the lyrics from one of the most beloved holiday songs in a story about a young girl who wants a puppy for Christmas. With vivid illustrations of the festive season, this picture book will soon become one of your family's favorite Christmas reads. Also included in the book is a joyful Christmas letter from Mariah to all of her fans!

Holiday Books for Kids

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Holiday Books for Kids
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