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A wonderful holiday tale about the magic of the little moments we all share together that truly matter the most. Author: Heather Stricker ~ Illustrator: Martha Ratcliff
Learn about the old-fashioned Christmas spirit of Maine and discover the true essence of a time not so long ago in The Maine Christmas Song written by Con Fullam and illustrated by Cynthia Baker!
Brush water over the black and white illustrations and watch as festive Christmas scenes burst into color! This holiday coloring book is by Matthew Oldham.
Jan Brett’s bestselling “Goldilocks” is painted in her beautiful signature style. The familiar story and depiction of playful Arctic animals and birds dressed in colorful Inuit costumes make this classic tale a perfect choice for Brett's youngest fans.
Ever since it was published in 1978, the picture-book presentation of Robert Frost’s poem “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” has been an enduring favorite. Illustrator: Susan Jeffers.
Push the button on each page to hear the magical sound of an orchestra playing from Tchaikovsky's score to go along with the scene. Author: Katy Flint ~ Illustrator: Jessica Courtney Tickle.
It's Christmas Eve, and Rocket and his friends have gifts for Santa. They have their presents ready for when Santa arrives... but will they be able to stay awake? This adorable Christmas story is by the New York Times Bestselling author, Tad Hills.
Celebrate the fun and beauty of winter in Busytown! This is the perfect place to be after a winter snowfall. This wintry story is by Richard Scarry.
Follow Santa and his reindeer on their magical Christmas Eve night as they visit all the children around the world in this wordless graphic picture book. By Kathy Creamer.
Help the little bee find all the colors of the rainbow that are hidden in the garden. By Christie Matheson.
Follow along as the season transformations from a quiet cold winter to the newborn spring. Author: Kevin Henkes ~ Illustrator: Laura Dronzek.
In this follow-up to the holiday hit The Tree That’s Meant to Be, a fox and hare discover the magic of a first winter snowfall.