Books for the Little Reader in Your LifeLydia L.
I think we all can agree that books make the best presents. With the holidays here, now’s the time to pick up some choice reads for the children in your life. Inspire and delight with these books!
Perennial favorite Sandra Boynton’s Fifteen Animals is a delightful counting book that features 15 Bobs–well, make that 14 Bobs and one turtle named Simon James Alexander Ragsdale the Third. The distinctive illustrations and trademark Boynton wit and liveliness will leave readers from four and up laughing with glee!
The perfect bedtime story, Steam Train, Dream Train introduces a host of lovable characters as they load onto a train and snuggle in for the night. Charming illustrations pair perfectly with words suited to slowly ease your little one to sleep.
Talk about girl power! Pippi Longstocking has been inspiring girls to be themselves for years. And now it’s time to introduce her to a whole new generation! Go, Pippi, go, Pippi, go!
Dwight is heading for a new school. But his old friends remind him to stay weird–because that’s what makes him so special! Off-beat humor and a heartwarming message make for an incredibly entertaining read in The Secret of the Fortune Wookiee: An Origami Yoda Book.
Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House in the Big Woods is beloved by so many generations of readers for a very good reason: it’s just that good. A perfect book to read aloud to those eight and up, this adventure tale of living in the wilds of Wisconsin in the late 1800s will charm and delight!
From crafts and science experiments to games, trivia, “mystery and wonder,” Unbored: The Essential Field Guide to Serious Fun is tons of fun for the entire family. Grab your copy now!