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NEW: Dream Snow by Eric Carle.
On a farm lived a farmer with 5 Animals and a tree. The farmer wakes up on a very cold winter evening and realizes he has an important job to finish. The readers are encouraged to learn the names of 5 animals and to count to 5. As is usual with Eric Carle's books, there is a sound surprise at the end.

A Christmas Story by Brian Wildsmith.
A beautifully illustrated rendition of the story of Jesus' birth.

Corduroy's Christmas by B.G. Hennessy.
Based on the character created by Don Freeman. A lift-the-flap book about Corduroy's preparations for Christmas.

Eight Days of Hanukkah by Harriet Ziefert.
The Friendly Beasts by Tomie dePaola. An old English Christmas Carol illustrated by Tomie dePaola.

Hanukkah! by Roni Schotter.
One family's preparation and traditional celebration.

A Hat for Minerva Louise by Janet Stoeke.
Minerva Louise, the chicken, looks for a hat to keep her warm on a cold, snowy day.

The Legend of the Poinsettia by Tomie dePaola.
A Mexican legend about how the poinsettia came to be regarded as the Christmas flower.

The Little Drummer Boy by Ezra Jack Keats.
An illustrated version of the well-known song.

Mimi's Christmas by Martin Waddell.
A simple story about a young mouse's Christmas wish.

The Mouse Before Christmas by Michael Garland.
My First Kwanzaa Book by Deborah Chocolate. This book explains the 7 principles of Kwanzaa through the eyes of a child.

Paddington's Magical Christmas by Michael Bond.
Paddington helps the family celebrate Christmas with special presents.

A Pussycat's Christmas by Margaret Wise Brown.
The little pussycat knew that Christmas was coming. How did she know?

Santa's Book of Names by David McPhail.
When his glasses get knocked off, Santa needs help to read his list.

Seven Candles for Kwanzaa by Andrea Pinkney.
This book details the history, origins, customs, and principles of the holiday.

Shhh! by Julie Sykes.
Santa must learn to be quiet and not wake the children.

The Twelve Days of Christmas by Jan Brett.
A richly illustrated version of the carol, with many things to see on every page.

Winter Wonderland by Dick Smith.
Illustrated by Jacqueline Rogers. A mouse family frolics through the song.

The Wild Christmas Reindeer by Jan Brett.
Who can calm the nervous reindeer?


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