Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Fantastic Holiday Book Roundup #HGG

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Here is another great roundup of books to get the whole family into the holiday spirit!

The Not Very Merry Pout-Pout  Fish  (ages 2-6)

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Will Mr. Fish find perfect gifts for everyone on his list? Will he finish his shopping in time? 

Swim along with Mr. Fish, from the New York Times best-selling Pout-Pout Fish series by Deborah Diesen and Dan Hanna, on his holiday shopping quest. He might just discover that the best gifts of all come straight from the heart. On sale Sept 2015.

How Machines Work: Zoo Break! (ages 7-10)

Check out this November 2015 release from DK! Caldecott-winner David Macaulay uses pop-ups and illustrations to demonstrate the technology of six simple machines. Follow the hilarious antics of Sloth and Sengi as they try to break out of the zoo with the help of levers, pulleys, screws, inclined planes, wedges and wheels. 

Packed with engaging, hands-on activities, this book will gear kids up for scientific and engineering greatness. 

Casey’s Bright Red Christmas (ages 4-8)

The “Casey & Friends” series offers future farmers an educational and entertaining look at how tractors, combines and tillage equipment operate together on the farm. This time, Casey the farmer is busy feeding animals, repairing fences and planning for the year ahead. 

With so much to do, she wonders if she’ll have time to prepare for the holidays. That’s when Tillus and the team unite to make this Christmas extra special for their busy friend. 

Countdown to Christmas: 24 Days of the Jesse Tree Tradition 

Night by night, children learn that Jesus had a family just like they do. This beautifully illustrated book will establish a family holiday tradition in your household and help your family connect the people in the Bible to Jesus. 

Begin your countdown to Christmas with a small 2' - 3' high tree in your home and read one story every night in the days before Christmas. After each story, hang an ornament to remember the biblical figures, starting with Adam and Eve and ending with Jesus. Includes a complete set of full-color ornaments. 

Brighten the holidays for the whole family by picking up a couple of these fantastic books this year!

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