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See the real life starfish from How to Catch a Star, learn the true story of a boy and a penguin that inspired Lost and Found, and so much more! By Oliver 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.
The classic Christmas poem gets brought to life with charming illustrations by New York Times #1 Bestseller Charles Santore. This bundle comes with the book and a matching puzzle.
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.
5 More Sleeps 'till Christmas is a magical Christmas story from the host of NBC's The Tonight Show and three-time #1 New York Times-bestselling author Jimmy Fallon.
In the wonderful author/illustrator Jan Brett's Christmas picture book, Home For Christmas, what adventures pursue when a wild little troll runs away from his home right before the holidays? Find out in this wintery story with your little ones.
Come along on a crazy adventure as Gingerbread Baby and his friend Matti take their gingerbread band to the Christmas festival! Jan Brett's Gingerbread Christmas has beautiful words and illustrations-perfect for families during winter.
In this winter classic, Jan Brett’s character Hedgie tries to stay awake so he doesn’t miss out on all the winter fun that his friends are having, but it's hard when he's so sleepy!
Author and Illustrator Jan Brett share a story when Big Snowshoe tells Little Snow that the animals’ Santa is coming with presents for everyone, Little Snow wants to know who he is. The animals say they have never seen him.
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!
Go on a whimsical Christmas garden adventure to celebrate the beauty of nature and the power of imagination during the holiday season.
The Box of Delights by John Masefield is a spellbinding fantasy, and the perfect Christmas treat! This story is perfect for the holiday season, and great to read with the whole family.
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
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.
It's the perfect autumn day so Papa Bear tells his little cubs to bundle up in their cozy sweaters he knitted for them but it's easier said than done. By Matt Phelan.
Duck's best friend Goose is gone for the winter and Duck is feeling lonely. However, maybe Duck can come up with a game to play with the other animals in the meantime! This silly story is written and illustrated by Joy Heyer.
A retelling of Hans Christian Andersen's festive tale of a fir tree who longs to leave the forest and later becomes the town's Christmas tree.
Ride along on an enchanted journey that is set to the lyrics from the beloved holiday song. By Susan Jeffers.
The classic story of The Nutcracker is really brought to life in this book filled with lavish illustrations, attention to detail, enchanting holiday scenes, and a glitter brushed cover. By Susan Jeffers.
Newbery Medal-winning author Cynthia Rylant and Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator Christian Robinson team up to tell this snowy story about how five little penguins like to enjoy a snow day!
The magic of Christmas comes alive with this New York Times bestseller written by Lori Evert and pictures by Per Breiehagen. This Nordic tale is great to bring out every year for a traditional holiday read-along.
Owl Moon is a Caldecott Award-winning book, written by Jan Yolen and illustrated by John Schoenherr that tells the story of a girl and her father on a moonlight winter walk looking for owls.