It’s Monday and I’m happy to be participating in a weekly event with a community of bloggers who post reviews of books that they have read the previous week. Check out more IMWAYR posts here: Jen from Teach Mentor Texts and Kellee and Ricki from Unleashing Readers
Well it’s that time of year when I share some new festive, winter books that are released in time for the holidays. (Read my 3 part- blog post where I shared my favorite holiday classics here, here, and here if you would like to see more!)
Adorable book companion to the Toys Go Out series. Lumphy, StingRay, and Plastic’s adventure in the snow. Love these characters – such personality with great dialogue. Gorgeous illustrations.
Adorable! Beautiful vintage style illustrations and snappy, funny dialogue. A great read-aloud and perfect for making connections!
The awe, wonder and magic of a snow day, complete with animals in the zoo and toys that come to life. Lovely child-grandparent relationship.
Rachel Rosenstein is a young girl who loves everything about Christmas- but her family doesn’t celebrate because she is Jewish. Perfect connections for those children whose familes celebrate both Hanukkah and Christmas and a lovely introduction to other cultures.
Another great book celebrating both Hanukkah and Christmas. Beautiful illustrations.
Two sibling narrators give clever instructions and tips for “catching” Santa (be crafty! be clever! be gentle!) on Christmas Eve. Delightful, excited “how to” voice, lovely illustrations, wonderful humor. Love this one!
Canadian twist on “Jingle Bells” is a great companion to the popular Porcupine in a Pine Tree.
A perfect song to sing at your next Christmas concert!
Follow Juliette and her cousin as they collect Canadian gifts, including 6 Mounties marching and a loon in a maple tree, all the way from PEI to Vancouver.
Holiday addition to the popular Click Clack series. Simple structure, repetition – great read-aloud!
Thanks for stopping by! Which new holiday books will you be reading this season?