Best Holidays & Celebrations Books for 6 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 holidays & celebrations books for 6 year olds. Please click Read Review to read book reviews on Amazon. You can also click Find in Library to check book availability at your local library. If the default library is not correct, please follow Change Local Library to reset it.

1. Angel Birthdays: A Day to Remember, A New Way to Heal, A Celebration of Life

by: Erin GarayKristin Abbott
Release date: Aug 22, 2013
Number of Pages: 10
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When Gracie and Jake’s Grandma passes away, these children come up with a brilliant plan to help them grieve and celebrate their grandma’s life—to host an Angel Birthday Party to celebrate their grandma’s angel birthday. They buy balloons, bake her favorite cake, and create their own memorable gifts to celebrate her special day.

Angel Birthdays is a heartfelt book that encourages children and adults alike to reframe this universal experience. This story is positive, reassuring, and provides families with tangible activities they can incorporate into their own healing process. It is a true gift for any child, family, or friend who is celebrating an Angel Birthday of a loved one.

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Self-Help > Death & Grief > Grief & Bereavement

2. Where’s My Sweetie Pie?

by: Ed Emberley
Release date: Jan 01, 2010
Number of Pages: 14
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I’ve looked low,
I’ve looked high, but…
Where’s my sweetie pie?

Little ones will love listening and playing along with this adorable lift-the-flap book from beloved Caldecott Award-winning author/illustrator, Ed Emberley. Featuring a heart-shaped die-cut on the front cover and seven fun lift-the-flaps inside, this interactive board book shows a variety of cuddly critters hiding in all different places-but there’s no sweetie pie to be found! The anticipation of what’s hiding on the next page will keep kids guessing and giggling all the way to the surprise ending-when a double lift-the-flap reveals a heart-shaped mirror and shows who the real sweetie pie is!

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Children’s Books > Holidays & Celebrations > Valentine’s Day

3. What Is God Like? (Little Blessings)

by: Kathleen BostromElena Kucharik
Release date: Feb 02, 1998
Number of Pages: 80
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Featuring the charming Little Blessings characters by Elena Kucharik, What Is God Like? uses questions asked by children ages 3 to 6 to answer fundamental questions about who God is and what he is like.
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Children’s Books > Religions > Christianity > Bible > Reference & Interpretation

4. Maury C. Moose And The Forest Noel (Morgan James Kids)

by: Adam Baker
Release date: Oct 01, 2014
Number of Pages: 96
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Puns & Quirky Animal Characters
Funny pun animal names include:
  • Maury Chris Moose
  • G.R. Inchworm 
  • Simon C. Owl 
  • Stoc King Crab
  • Much more!

Childhood Whimsy + Adult Humor = Book For The Entire Family

Are you looking for a new book to enjoy with your kids? This Christmas chapter book mixes adult humor with childhood whimsy to create a story that kids and parents will love reading together. 
Why Is That Important?
A survey, conducted by Harris Interactive, found that only one in three parents read bedtime stories with their children every night, and 50 percent of parents say their children spend more time with TV or video games than with books. Maury C. Moose and The Forest Noel hopes to help reverse those statistics by providing content for the entire family to enjoy.
Kid Tested – Kickstarter Approved!
This book is brought to life thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign! Over 30 days, the project received $5,725 from 89 generous backers.
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Children’s Books > Animals

5. Peep and Egg: I’m Not Trick-or-Treating

by: Laura GehlJoyce Wan
Release date: Aug 09, 2016
Number of Pages: 40
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Peep is so excited to go trick-or-treating with her friend Egg. She wants to visit the duck pond and the cow pasture to get treats. But Egg thinks Halloween is too scary, with frightening monsters possibly lurking everywhere! Peep tells her jokes because laughing helps you feel less scared. Egg is still not cracking. But soon Egg learns that maybe trick-or-treating is not so scary after all when you have a friend to hold on to.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Birds

6. Kiss Kiss! (Classic Board Books)

by: Margaret WildBridget Strevens-Marzo
Release date: Dec 16, 2008
Number of Pages: 26
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In this board book edition of a simple and sweet picture book, Baby Hippo sets out one morning to wander through the jungle. As he passes different pairs of animal parents and babies, he hears “Kiss, kiss!” Finally, he realizes what forgot to do! He goes back the way he came to give his mama a big kiss!
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Children’s Books > Animals

7. Welcome Comfort

by: Patricia Polacco
Release date: Sep 27, 1999
Number of Pages: 40
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It’s not easy being Welcome Comfort-a foster child always moving from home to home and getting picked on by the kids at school. Even Christmas, the most wondrous time of the year, isn’t so wonderful for Welcome, who has no family, no presents, and no Santa Claus. “Santa! He’s not even real!” But when Mr. Hamp, the school custodian, becomes his closest friend, Welcome’s life changes forever. Now he has someone to visit and a family to be a part of. Yet Christmas is still a lonely time for Welcome since the Hamps go away every year and there’s still no sign of Santa. “Child, he’ll find you” says Mr. Hamp. “Maybe he hasn’t come because you haven’t believe hard enough.” Accompanied by art that radiates the brilliance of the season, Patricia Polacco’s heartwarming journey through the generations of a boy’s life proves that “believing is seeing” and ask if perhaps there isn’t a Santa Claus inside every one of us.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Orphans & Foster Homes

8. Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the Last Day of Kindergarten (Miss Bindergarten Books)

by: Joseph SlateAshley Wolff
Release date: Apr 06, 2006
Number of Pages: 40
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Miss Bindergarten and her class have had a great year in kindergarten! They have gone on a field trip, marked the 100th day, created a circus, and even survived a wild day. But now the school year is over, and it’s time to remember, to celebrate, and for Miss Bindergarten to say,”Goodbye, kindergarten. It’s been a special year.”

The bestselling Miss Bindergarten series comes to a sweet and jubilant conclusion by honoring an important passage: the last day of kindergarten. Filled with last-day classroom celebration ideas, it’s also a perfect gift to commemorate graduation and moving-up ceremonies!

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Children’s Books > Animals

9. The Christmas Pickle Tradition

by: Tammy Lee DwyerTom NewsomEduardo Paj
Release date: Nov 11, 2014
Number of Pages: 32
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The beautiful gift set comes with a glistening pickle ornament, annual pickle finder and the beautiful Christmas Pickle Tradition book in a ready-to-gift box. The Christmas Pickle Tradition is a wonderful holiday story and that reminds us all about the true spirit of Christmas. Follow the journey of Pickle Elf as he learns the magic of giving, and inspires Santa to begin this wonderful Christmas tradition. Want to join in the fun this holiday? It’s easy! Leave the pickle ornament by the milk and cookies for Santa to hang on your Christmas tree. In the morning watch your loved ones, big and small, search for the pickle. The first one to find it will receive an extra present from St. Nick!
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Children’s Books > Holidays & Celebrations > Christmas

10. The Secret of Santa’s Songbird

by: D. S. Jackson
Release date: Nov 10, 2013
Number of Pages: 28
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Meet Chipper the songbird, a Northern Cardinal who is rather slow at growing his feathers. He can only hope to be like other birds. Chipper is destined by the nature of his own heart, to deliver a Christmas gift not even Santa sees coming! 
This beautifully written narrative poem shares the spirit abiding within. It also shares a wonder of nature, to invite every child to realize nature’s gifts.

No other book of its kind compares to this one’s notoriety and compliment among ACEO artists world wide! Perhaps this is because the book itself has a secret. Anyone can add their own art on paper to any page! So embellish the pages of your choice or enjoy the story as it stands, heart to heart.

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The pages of Santa’s Songbird ™ softcover storybooks facilitate the addition of your choice of compatible art on paper. This makes it possible for you to embellish the story in ways unique to your own vision, turning out a priceless keepsake or gift. Young children can decorate a copy with their own favorite stickers or use blank 3″ x 5″ index cards to create their own pictures to be displayed in the book using photo corners. 
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Discover related art and more on the author’s website: SantasSongbird.com 

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Children’s Books > Classics

11. Gingerboy’s Search for Christmas

by: Joanne KimberlyBabcock John
Release date: Aug 13, 2014
Number of Pages: 64
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2nd edition special order for First United Methodist Church in Massillon, OH

Copies of this editon will be donated to the Community Services of Stark Country Family Living Center in Massillon.  Courtesy copies will also be provided to recipients participating in First United Methodist Church’s food pantry.

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Children’s Books > Holidays & Celebrations > Christmas

12. Meowy Christmas

by: Gregory E BrayHolly J Bray-CookMark Rylander
Release date: Nov 11, 2014
Number of Pages: 44
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Meowy Christmas by Gregory E. Bray is a heart warming children’s book about a Cat who’s about to learn a very important lesson on Christmas day. When Franklin wakes up on Christmas Eve he is shocked to find that there’s a Christmas present under the tree just for him!

At first he is excited about getting a present, but then he is sad that he didn’t get his family a present and doesn’t know what to do. After speaking with his doggy friend Charley, he realizes that there is more to the beauty of Christmas than just receiving presents.

Meowy Christmas by Gregory E. Bray is a warm and colorful children’s book that parents will love reading to their little ones over and over again to help them discover the true meaning of Christmas!

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Children’s Books > Holidays & Celebrations > Christmas

13. Ultimate Sticker Collection: LEGO Spooky! (Ultimate Sticker Collections)

by: DK
Release date: Aug 18, 2014
Number of Pages: 96
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Before the candy and the costumes, get kids excited for Halloween with the all-new Ultimate Sticker Collection: LEGO Spooky! Young LEGO fans can now learn more about the monsters, ghouls, and other ghostly minifigure from the LEGO universe, including the LEGO Monster Fighters. Packed with over 1,000 reusable stickers, they can create their own monster scenes and or decorate their Halloween bags with their favorite spooky minifigures using this new LEGO sticker collection from DK!
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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Activity Books

14. Doggy Celebrates Christmas (Ella the Doggy)

by: Jayne Flaagan
Release date: Jan 06, 2015
Number of Pages: 32
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Ella the doggy and her people family are getting ready for the Christmas Holiday!

This book is one of several great kids stories from the “Ella the Doggy” book series. This series is made up of short stories for kids about a real Husky who lives in Minnesota.

“Ella the Doggy”books are both entertaining and educational. They are great to read at home just for fun, for the home-school family or in an early childhood or preschool education program.

In this kid’s book “Doggy Celebrates Christmas,” there are all kinds of shiny, pretty things both inside and outside the house. Children will learn words such as “ornament, “decorate,” “village,” and more. There is also ample opportunity to discuss shapes, colors, the family and ages.

As children enjoy the beautiful pictures of Angel on top of the Christmas tree and a manger scene, the adult reader has a chance to further engage on these topics also, or the reader and listener can just enjoy the images.

As in all of Ella’s books,this book also contains large, beautiful pictures. The books, are fun to read and have lots of interactive text for the reader and the listener to engage in!

Come and join Ella this Christmas! As she checks things out, your child can learn right along with her as she discovers some of the wonders of Christmas!

Look for Ella’s other books also, including “Doggy’s Busy Day,” “Doggy Finds Her Bone,” “Doggy Loves Autumn,” and “Doggy’s Minnesota Winter.”

Join the reading list at http://www.ellathe doggy.com to receive a FREE book from the series, coloring pages of Ella, an audio recording of “Doggy’s Busy Day,” and more!

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

15. Edison the Christmas Elf and the Imperfect Perfect Toy

by: Papa VMelissa Blue
Release date: Oct 15, 2015
Number of Pages: 32
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Edison the Christmas Elf dreams of making the perfect holiday toy. He’s full of imaginative ideas, but they’re often disastrous! Every year, Santa Claus waits for Edison to reveal his new idea, and every year, Santa worries: just what enormous, tremendous, monstrous problem will Edison build next? Can the elf create the perfect toy, or will he destroy the workshop trying? Join Santa and find out!
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Chapter Books & Readers > Intermediate Readers

16. I Went to the Party in Kalamazoo

by: Ed ShankmanDave Frank
Release date: May 28, 2002
Number of Pages: 36
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This book is your child’s passport to the ultimate children’s party. Every detail of the book, and the party itself, has been designed with a child’s favorite things in mind. You’ll find “”sandboxes everywhere, and fields to play ball in, and places to hide in, and places to crawl in, and places to lie in, and places to fall in, and one that I’m sure you will feel very tall in.”” The party in Kalamazoo reveals itself through easy, playful rhymes and bright, whimsical illustrations that delight children and parents alike. You’ll meet “”puppies and ponies and marionettes. That’s the kind of excitement that no one forgets!”” Best of all, you and your child can attend the party in Kalamazoo again and again – on rainy days, at bedtime, and whenever else you like – for as long as this book remains a cherished part of your child’s collection.
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Children’s Books > Holidays & Celebrations

17. The Sparkle Egg

by: Jill HardieChristine Kornacki
Release date: Feb 01, 2014
Number of Pages: 32
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A new Easter tradition from the author of The Sparkle Box.

Easter is coming, and Sam loves Easter! But this year, he is upset about a lie he told his parents. Even though he apologized and they forgave him, Sam can’t shake the feeling that he is a bad kid for what he did. Meanwhile, his parents help him make a special Easter craft called a Sparkle Egg. His mom tells him to write anything he feels sorry about or ashamed of on a piece of paper and put it inside his Sparkle Egg.

On Easter morning, when he opens his Sparkle Egg expecting a surprise, Sam finds that it is empty! His parents explain that because Jesus died and rose again, we are forgiven. Like the tomb that first Easter Day, Sam’s egg is empty — and Sam’s wrongdoing is completely forgiven. Once he accepts this forgiveness fully, Sam realizes a truth: we can sparkle and shine with God’s light when we let God’s gift of grace into our hearts.

This touching story will strike a deep chord with readers of all ages, and the Sparkle Egg tradition will help readers and their families grasp the totality of God’s perfect grace. Ages 4-8.

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Religious Fiction > Christian

18. Up and Away on My First Flight

by: April ReadyLorie Miller Hansen
Release date: Jan 02, 2013
Number of Pages: 14
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Up and Away on My First Flight is about a baby bears first anticipated trip to see her grandparents for the holidays. But when the plane takes off she is in for more than expected.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Bears

19. Santa’s Little Friend: A Fun Christmas Picture Story for Toddlers and Young Children

by: MK Grassi
Release date: Dec 23, 2013
Number of Pages: 44
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“It is Christmas Eve and someone is coming.”

And so begins this enchanting picture book by award winning artist/author MK Grassi.

Hearkening back to such Christmas classics as “Twas The Night Before Christmas” and “Rudolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer”, Santa’s Little Friend features…

* beautiful color illustrations that will captivate your children
* a warmhearted, humorous story with a surprising “feel good” twist at the end
* simple flowing text that will engage your children and sustain their interest

Santa’s Little Friend is written for toddlers and young children, but older ones (and their parents) will enjoy it too!

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Children’s Books > Holidays & Celebrations > Christmas

20. Ericka The Puppy’s First Halloween (Volume 3)

by: Chasity Conley
Release date: Sep 20, 2016
Number of Pages: 24
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Ericka the puppy is going Trick-or-Treating for the very first time. Robin teaches her about Halloween safety, and they have a fun filled, spooky night! Along the way they see ghosts, a mummy, and even friends!
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Children’s Books > Holidays & Celebrations > Halloween

21. The Goopy Ghost at Thanksgiving

by: V. R. Duin
Release date: Apr 07, 2011
Number of Pages: 32
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Goopy is ghostly, goopy, and adored by kids everywhere! Goopy Ghost is the beloved, boo-tiful spirit that is always eager to help the Brown family. In the third installment of this vibrantly illustrated rhyming children’s book series, a storm threatens to ruin Thanksgiving and the Brown’s family home. Enter Goopy to scare up some fun for the entire family.
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Children’s Books > Holidays & Celebrations > Thanksgiving

22. The Night Before Christmas

by: Clement C. MooreChristine Brallier
Release date: Oct 18, 2013
Number of Pages: 32
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‘Twas the night before Christmas and Santa’s late night visit has a man and his curious kitty investigating. Did you know that Santa can play the guitar? Well, he can! Each page is filled with thoughtful details, luscious color, and a joyful whimsy. Mosaic artist Christine Brallier has created fifteen stained glass mosaic illustrations in her unique rendition of the classic The Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore. Reading the book with her family nearly five years ago, Christine was inspired to create her own version of the story and to put her family and their cat in it. The next four and a half years were spent illustrating the mosaics for the book, which were made by hand cutting thousands of pieces of stained glass and fitting them together to form the images. Signed by the illustrator, Christine Brallier
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Children’s Books > Holidays & Celebrations > Christmas

23. The Homeless Christmas Tree

by: Leslie M. GordonCourt Bailey
Release date: Oct 01, 2005
Number of Pages: 48
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?Of what use is one ugly little tree?”

Atop a windswept hill, a crooked little tree stands alone . . . until one Christmas Eve, when an old woman labors up the hill with a box of ornaments, and tells the tree that he is special. He is to be the official Christmas tree for all of the homeless people in the city below!

Year after year, colored balls and garland adorn the tree at Christmastime, but one year, the woman does not come. Will there be a Christmas for homeless? This story is based on actual events about a funny-looking mimosa tree that sits above a busy freeway in Fort Worth, Texas. A formerly homeless woman decorated the tree, year after year, so that the homeless would have a Christmas tree. When she died, neighbors took over the custom and now decorate it for Easter, Halloween, and other holidays as well. It can be seen on the north side of Interstate 30 near the Oakland exit.

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Children’s Books > Holidays & Celebrations > Christmas

24. Earth Day–Hooray! (MathStart 3)

by: Stuart J. MurphyRenee Andriani
Release date: Jan 20, 2004
Number of Pages: 40
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Earth Day is on the way, and Ryan, Luke, and Carly have a plan. If they manage to collect and recycle 5,000 aluminum cans, they can make enough money to buy some beautiful flowers for nearby Gilroy Park.

CAN they do it?

Counting the cans gives Ryan, Luke, and Carly — along with readers — a lesson in place value. And facts about recycling throughout the story will help readers understand how important it is to take care of the earth.

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Health > Diseases

25. Laura and the Leprechauns

by: Amber T. KingstonFinalist-Interior Design3 or More Color Children s/Young AdultAmber T. KingstonJill Ronsley
Release date: Nov 17, 2007
Number of Pages: 32
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Do you believe in leprechauns? Little Laura does. That is, until her friends tell her that they aren t real. But Laura doesn t give up so easily. She decides to write the wee folk to find out for herself. When two tiny leprechauns pay Laura a visit, she has a St. Patrick s Day that she ll never forget!
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Children’s Books > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths

26. Lucy Lick-Me-Not and the Day Eaters: A Birthday Story (The fantastic tales of Lucy Lick-Me-Not Book 1)

by: Claudine CarmelBret Burkmar
Release date: Jul 01, 2014
Number of Pages: 42
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NAMED TO KIRKUS REVIEWS’ BEST BOOKS OF 2014

Lucy Lick-Me-Not and the Day Eaters is the first in a series of fantastic tales about Lucy, a brave little girl with poisonous skin who overcomes strange situations with bizarre beasts, marvelous monsters and curious creatures. The stories are told in verse with beautiful, distinctive illustrations.

Lucy wakes up on her birthday expecting gifts and chocolate cake, but instead she finds the day has completely vanished. When she comes face-to-face with the Day Eaters, the monsters responsible for her birthday’s disappearance, she must think fast and come up with a cunning plan to stop these greedy beasts and get her birthday back before she disappears too.

“In this fanciful picture book, a birthday disappears, and a little girl must get it back.
What if your favorite day just up and disappeared? What if that day was your birthday, never to be celebrated again? Such is Lucy’s dilemma. When she was younger, a frog shot her with a venom dart—thankfully, she was immune to the frog’s poison, but it turned her skin, well, poisonous. This proves to be perilous when the little girl begins to make friends. Soon, she becomes known as Lucy Lick-Me-Not (she’s lost a few kittens along the way). Like any child, Lucy loves her birthday—March 32nd—and she dreams of cake and presents. But it’s not to be so: Lucy wakes up on her birthday to find not presents and balloons, but just any other day—her birthday has vanished. When she comes upon the Day Eaters—the grumpy, colorful monsters responsible for this calendar change—Lucy must think fast in order to get her birthday back. A little dark and plenty humorous, this gem of a picture book will appeal to both kids and grown-ups. Children will appreciate the vibrant illustrations and the heroine’s happy-go-lucky attitude, while adults reading along will chuckle at Lucy Lick-Me-Not’s weirder, darker origin. Carmel’s rhyming prose is frothy and funny—a feat, considering that Carmel is telling the absurd tale of a girl whose skin is poisonous. The rhyming couplets work well, driving the story along while still keeping things lighthearted. Illustrator Burkmar’s drawings are vivacious and alluring, perfectly aligning with the work’s irreverent vibe; the monsters etched on the page are indeed absurd, but certainly not scary enough to frighten away younger readers. This work is the first in a planned Lucy Lick-Me-Not series, and future installments of Lucy’s story will assuredly be welcomed with open arms.
Bad news for kittens. A charming, wildly imaginative introduction to a brave new girl.” Kirkus Reviews (Starred Review)

For more information visit http://www.lucylickmenot.com

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Children’s Books > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Spine-Chilling Horror

27. Shalu, Happy Raksha Bandhan

by: Nick Sharma
Release date: Aug 08, 2015
Number of Pages: 32
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For Ages 5-7
Lessons & Activities Included
Subject: Raksha Bandhan Tradition
Subject: Sharing

Come and play with Shalu as she teaches about the Indian tradition of Raksha Bandhan and learns about sharing.

Happy Raksha Bandhan is a story about love and tradition. Shalu searches for a Rakhi to buy for her brother. When she is unable to find one, her mother suggests Shalu could make one. Shalu works very hard and proudly gives her brother his special gift. Later, when she sees her brother is no longer wearing his Rakhi, Shalu becomes very sad, until her brother shows her what happened. Shalu not only learns about sharing but also realizes how caring her brother truly is. Happy Raksha Bandhan helps teach children of all ages one of India’s most beautiful traditions as well as important life lessons.

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life

28. Hanukkah!

by: Roni SchotterMarylin Hafner
Release date: Oct 21, 2008
Number of Pages: 32
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Flip, flap here.
Flip, flop there.
Potato pancakes in the air.

Latkes flying everywhere!

Winner of the National Jewish Book Award, Hanukkah! follows one family’s celebration of the holiday, from eating latkes and spinning the dreidel, to singing prayers and lighting the menorah. With sweet rhyming text and warm illustrations, this is the perfect was to celebrate the festival of lights.

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Multigenerational

29. I am running out of candies

by: Winnie MarthRosalea TanWinnie MarthRosalea Tan
Release date: Oct 26, 2016
Number of Pages: 81
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Do you want to meet a boy who has an unusual head with flying lice orbiting around it? Or meet a girl who planted a lot of noses? Or a princess whose hair is made of bubbles? It is fine if you just want to borrow a time machine, visit a monster house on your way, or follow a wombat to their glamorous castle. But don’t forget to try if you can catch “now”, bring a dog into Zoe’s house, and avoid an old creepy lady…

If, just in case, none of these interests you, answer this multiple-choice question to see if you will love this book: A.) You are capable of laughing and B). Your age is a number between 0 and 150. C.) None of the above. If your answer is C), sorry then, this book may not suit you.

Indulge yourself and any person you love with these 37 hilarious poems and cute hand drawn pictures, which in this current everything-generated-by-computer world look extremely precious. It is definitely a book that will make a great gift and everyone read and read again. Get it today, for the child beside or inside you! And happy holidays to all of you!

THE HOLIDAY SEASON

Here again comes the holiday season.

Last year’s lights are not out of fashion.

I only miss the flowers and leaves I buried with lugubrious sensation.

Maybe the holiday season was invented to wash away the frustrations.

So let’s grow the joy with extra motivation.

Let’s share the joy with no reservation.

Next year won’t be this year’s duplication.

There will be new flowers, new leaves, new regenerations;

And a new cycle leading to another new holiday season.

MY FEET WANT TO GO TO LAS VEGAS

Why it is so hard to go to sleep?

Isn’t it just as easy as counting to three?

My eyes say “I feel lonely when I cannot see”.

My brain says “Hum a song so everybody knows they are where they should be.”

My mouth says “How about this one called ‘Lemon Tree’?”

My ears say “Wait till it makes me have to pee.”

My nose says “Why there is something in me and I cannot breathe?”

My hand is reaching,

“Looks like there is some booger I am coming to seize!”

My feet,

As always,

Yell,

“I want to go to Las Vegas, even if I have to cross the sea!”

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Poetry > Humorous

30. The Little Christmas Angel

by: Peggy BaronsIzzy Bean
Release date: Oct 01, 2016
Number of Pages: 32
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This boxed gift set contains one hardcover color illustrated children’s book, with beautifully designed Christmas Angel doll. The story begins in ancient Bethlehem, but quickly moves into modern times taking the reader on a lively journey with a little angel, right into their own home.

Oh no! It’s Christmas Eve in Bethlehem, but the Little Christmas Angel is too small to make it to the stable to greet Baby Jesus. She must figure out what to do instead to spread the good news. Find out what she does to share God’s message that “All Children are Good;” first in Bethlehem, and then in your house too, filling up every room with Christmas spirit. She only travels at night, while everyone is asleep, and you never know where you’ll find her the next morning! She keeps the whole family happy and involved in all the days leading up to Christmas.

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Christian Books & Bibles > Christian Living > Holidays > Christmas

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