Books are classic Holiday gifts and we never run out of wonderful new titles. Here are eight of the best new books on the market.
Bright Baby Touch and Feel Hanukkah by Roger Priddy. This is a lovely board book filled with textures as it introduces babies to the concepts of lighting candles, eating latkes and playing dreidel.
The Berenstain Bears Thanksgiving Blessing by Mike Berenstain. Take a ride through the wintry snow in a sleigh and learn all the things you have to be thankful for.
Diwali: A Cultural Adventure by Sana Sood. Enjoy simple rhymes and beautiful illustrations as you learn about the Hindu festival called Diwali.
Gifts of the Heart by Patricia Polocco. Richie and Trisha’s new housekeeper knows a lot about gifts—the ones that come straight from the heart.
When Christmas Feels Like Home by Gretchen Griffin. Eduardo has moved from a small village in Mexico to a town in the United States. Everything is different. Join his multi-cultural journey to learn that home is wherever your family lives.
A Child’s Christmas in New England by Robert Sullivan. Read about childhood memories of a time when the snow was deep and there was always a light in the window.
How to Chanukah by Sarah Mazor. This picture book explains the eight days of Chanukah and the story of the miracle of the never-ending oil.
A Radio Road Christmas by Jake Henderson. For older readers aged 9-12, this nostalgic look back at life in small towns during the holidays is a great read. Can Marshall and his friends save the beloved Family Fun Center?