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7 Holiday Reads To Enjoy This Winter

Cozy up this winter season in a nice warm blanket under the glow of the fireplace with a good book to read as temperatures drop, create cherished memories as they immerse themselves in the magic of holiday tales. 


Holiday Cheer for Youngsters
Let’s Celebrate: Special Days Around the World by Kate DePalma takes you on an imaginative international journey across the world to see how other cultures celebrate during Christmas time. $9.99

Soulful Holidays is a clever rhyming picture book written by Ciara L. Hill that pictures the holiday joy of one big family, reunited to celebrate the traditions of both Christmas and Kwanzaa in one great, big, festive house. $12.95

Juliana Perdomo tells the story of Ramón, who is very eager to share the magic of the holiday season with the shy, friendly monster from under his bed, El Cucuy, that Christmas is nothing to be afraid of in It’s Navidad, El Cucuy. $18.99

Transcendent Reads for Teens
In This Winter, three teenage siblings band together to support one another through a crazy family Christmas filled with drama, secrets, and love. If you enjoy this book, check out other books in the Heart Stopper series by Alice Oseman. $12.60

Niki has led her life by making calculated decisions until things fall apart, leading her to throw caution to the wind. She buys a last-minute plane ticket to her friend’s wedding and spends a magical holiday season in Mumbai, finding a love she didn’t know she was looking for in A Holly Jolly Diwali by Sonya Lalli. $11.16

After getting laid off, Starr moves home and begins helping out at her friend’s late mother’s toy shop and finds unsuspecting love that makes her question whether she will move back to New York or stay for newfound love in You Make It Feel Like Christmas by Toni Shiloh. $13.02

Bonus Book
Singin’ Swingin’ and Gettin’ Merry Like Christmas by Maya Angelou, Maya overcomes her challenges through odd jobs and a failed marriage to become one of the most popular nightclub singers in San Francisco. Struggling to provide for her son, she decides to travel the world performing. Although Maya’s satisfied with the money, she’s unfulfilled without the love of her son. $16

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