A selection of great new December holiday books for children Read more on Riffle
A Homemade Together Christmas by Maryann Cocca-Leffler
It's hard for a young pig to make a nice homemade gift. This is a delightful reminder that *being* present is often the best present.
1 / 5
Oskar and the Eight Blessings by Tanya Simon
The most touching book of this holiday season. This is a heartwarming story of Hanukkah, New York City, Christmas Eve, and an immigrant boy far from his home in Nazi Germany. Wondrous illustrations!
2 / 5
Me and My Dragon by David Biedrzycki
With hilarious illustrations, we see a boy and his dragon take on odd jobs to earn money to buy presents. While the dragon is quietly philanthropic, the boy is at first oblivious to the true spirit of the Christmas holiday. Funny and sweet with a lovely holiday message.
3 / 5
Too Many Toys! by Heidi Deedman
What's a little girl to do when she has too many toys? Lulu has an idea. She's cute, she's kind, ... and she's practical. After all, every little girl wants toys. It's better to give *and* receive.
4 / 5
Miracle on 133rd Street by Sonia Manzano
This is a joyful, multicultural celebration of neighborhoods, urban life, and the positive power of community. 'Tis the season to love one's neighbor.
5 / 5