In case you're looking for some new books to spice up your "Books that Celebrate Hanukkah" collection, here are two titles that we think you'll love reading (and cooking with) as you celebrate the Festival of Lights.
This year marks the 80th Anniversary of the Rockefeller Center Tree—the tree lighting will take place on Wednesday, November 28th— and we're honored here at TCBR to kick off the Random House blog tour for The carpenter's Gift: A Christmas Tale about the Rockefeller Center
Father’s Day is almost upon us. Why not celebrate by reading a few books about the proud papas who brighten our days? So snuggle up with your little ones and thank your lucky stars for the doting fathers in their lives.
Ever had aspirations to be someone or something other than who or what you are? The piggy in this book, Liam, wants to be a bunny—the Easter bunny, to be exact. He’s willing to put in the hard work, even if it means eating salad. Nobody in his family, except for his grandma, believes he can become the Easter bunny, but Liam remains focused and with his can-do-attitude and support from grandma he makes his dream come true. Jeremy Tankard’s ink and digital media artwork are the icing on the cake (or the foil wrapper on the Easter egg, if I may) adding emotion to the story through little piggy faces and bodies. Liam is adorable and so is this story. (Ages 4-6. Publisher: Feiwel and Friends)