Holiday Gift Guide: Best Books for Kids, 2013
The Children’s Book Review | November 29, 2013
It’s holiday shopping time! Hopefully you’re planing to #GiveBooks to the children in your life. Nothing beats the gift of reading. Look no further than these hand-picked book lists. You’ll find a broad range of topics to choose from: Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Sports & Science, Music, Arts, Dinosaurs, and Classic Literature. There is certainly something for everyone.
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There are definitely enough to satisfy the needs of anyone looking to teach the history, meaning, and/or spirit of Kwanzaa.