With gentle humor and a bit of imagination, Santa’s Surprise: The Story of Bobby Lint reminds us that friends are not so much made as they are found.
Two Lists for Christmas is a warmly illustrated book that reminds adults and teaches children that Christmas is more than receiving toys and gifts.
How Santa Met the ELFs* is a clever and funny tale with a thoroughly modern take on a classic story.
We have some amazing kids’ Christmas Books picked out for young readers: activity books, picture books, and novels.
With the message that even pirates can clean up their act (as well as eat veggies), Happy Holidays, Pirates will be worth all yeh doubloons for the entertainment it will bring yeh laddies and lassies. Arrr!
In A Jolly Jingling Journey, readers are introduced to young Davy and his dogs Dahu and Magnus on Christmas Eve.
Which five words best describe The Lost Gift?
Kallie George: Giving, Believing, Persevering, Love, Friendship
Enter to win a copy of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Pop-Up Book, story by Lisa Ann Marsoli and illustrations by Keith Andrew Finch!
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Each Christmas season children see a beardless, or fake bearded Santa Claus in malls and on television shows leaving them confused and skeptical. Upon reading The Christmas Santa Had No Beard, children and parents alike will finally discover just how Santa can lose his beard.
Based on his beloved holiday song “The Happy Elf,” Grammy Award-winner Harry Connick, Jr. presents The Happy Elf picture book, a new holiday classic for the entire family, with vibrant illustrations from Dan Andreasen and including a CD of the song “The Happy Elf.”