10 Great Holiday Books For Kids

10 Great Holiday Books For Kids

The Following is a fun list of 10 great holiday books kids ages 0 to 5 will love! Click the title to purchase a copy. Happy Holidays.:) – Mandy

1. Hanukkah!

Written by Ronni Schotter, Illustrated byMarilyn Hafner, Ages 4 – 8, 32 pages, $8.99, Published by LB Kids

2. A Christmas Carol: A BabyLit Colors Primer (BabyLit Books)

Written by Jennifer Adams,  Illustrated by Alison Oliver, Ages 0 – 3, 22 pages, $9.99, Published by Gibbs Smith

3. Li’l Rabbit’s Kwanzaa

Written by Donna L. Washington, Illustrated by Shane W. Evans, 32 pages, Ages 4 and up, $10.39, Published by Katherine Tegen Books

4. Christmastime Is Here!: Lift the Flap

By Ellen Weiss (for Fisher Price Little People), 10 pages, Ages 2 and up, $9.99, Published by Reader’s Digest

5. Together for Kwanzaa

Written By Juwanda G. Ford, Illustrated by Shelly Hehenberger, 24 pages, Ages 3 and up, $3.99, Published by Random House Books For Young Readers

6. Charlie and the Christmas Kitty

Written by Ree Drummond, Illustrated by Diane deGroat, 40 pages, Ages 4 and up, $11.83, Published by HarperCollins

7. Happy Hanukkah, Corduroy

Written by Don Freeman, Illustrated by Lisa McCue, 14 pages, Ages 3 and up, $5.99, Published by Viking Juvenile

8. How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

By Dr. Seuss, 64 pages, Ages 5 and up, $10.20, Published by Random House Books For Young Readers

9. Pete the Cat Saves Christmas

Created and illustrated by James Dean, Story by Eric Litwin, 40 pages, Ages 4 and up, $10.40, Published by HarperCollins

10. Hanukkah Lights

Written by David Martin, Illustrated by Melissa Sweet, 26 pages, Ages 1 and up, $5.99, Published by Candlewick

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My Toddler Loves Jane Eyre: A Series of Board Books For Brilliant Babies By Jennifer Adams and Alison Oliver

My Two-Year-Old Son, Brucie Loves The Baby Lit Board Book Series!

Title: Jane Eyre: A Series of Board Books For Brilliant Babies
Author: Jennifer Adams
Art By: Alison Oliver
Published by Gibbs Smith
Jennifer’s Info: Website | Twitter | Pinterest
Alison’s Info: Website | Facebook |Blog
Buy The Book: Amazon

Summary:

With the perennial popularity of classic writers like Charlotte Brontë and Lewis Carroll, Baby Lit™ is a fashionable way to introduce your toddler to the world of classic literature. With clever, simple text by Jennifer Adams, paired with stylish design and illustrations by Sugar’s Alison Oliver, Little Miss Brontë and Little Master Carroll are a must for every savvy parent’s nursery library.

Jennifer Adams is the author of a dozen books including Remarkably Jane: Notable Quotations on Jane Austen and the popular Y Is for Yorick: A Slightly Irreverent ABC Book for Grown-Ups. Jennifer works as a writer and editor in Salt Lake City.

Alison Oliver runs Sugar design studio. Alison’s design portfolio includes everything from logos to packaging and product design for clients such as Chronicle Books, Citibabes, Aerie, as well as Gibbs Smith. She lives in Manhattan.

A series of board books for brilliant babies. (Summary provided by Gibbs Smith.)

My Thoughts:

I am in love with this book by Jennifer Adams and Alison Oliver, and so is Brucie, my two-year-old son. Jane Eyre: A Series of Board Books For Brilliant Babies is one of the most unique educational board books for babies and toddlers that I have ever laid eyes on. The illustrations are breathtaking and the content is amazing. Each page has a Jane Eyre inspired item or concept for kids to count. Some of the words and concepts included for children to count and explore are governess, towers, chalkboards, and insects. Of course, characters from the classic novel are included as well. I loved hearing Brucie point at a picture in the book and say excitedly,”Mr. Rochester!” I exploded with nerd girl pride. Since reading it the first time Brucie has brought it up to me to read with him over and over again. “Read Jane Eyre Mom”! One of the things that makes this board book so great is that it is interactive. Children are encouraged to count as they read. Brucie quickly caught on and can also read it independently, counting each object as he turns the pages.

I plan to keep this book as an heirloom for my grandchildren to enjoy one day. The illustrations and story content is that gorgeous. Also, I foresee myself going on a Baby Lit shopping spree soon and buying every book in the series! Here are a couple of photos of Brucie and me reading this divine book:

Brucie Loves to Count!

Say Cheese!

FTC Disclosure:I received a complimentary copy of the book used in this post from the publisher. I also receive a small commission from any purchases made through the Amazon.com link in this post.

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