Childrens BooksA boy finds joy, loss, healing, and love in the power of storytelling... [The] luscious, cinematic artwork will transport readers. --Kirkus, STARRED REVIEW
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In THE TRAVELERS GIFT by Danielle Davidson, illustrated by Anne Lambelet, when a lonely boy meets a traveling storyteller, the power of a magical gift is handed down.
Liam loved his fatherís stories of life at sea. But one day, his fatherís ship doesnít return, and Liamís love of stories fades. Then the Traveler, a mysterious old man who spins stories with a magical beard like a tapestry, arrives, reminding Liam of his father. They embark on the Travelerís final voyage together, and before the journey ends, the Traveler passes on his magical gift to Liam.
Woven with themes of loss, discovery, and friendship, this poignant tale captures the unexpected magic of shared stories and refound hope.
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Children's Books for January Celebrations
Kick off a brand new year with this wonderful collection of preschool New Years books. These picture books will help little ones learn more about the holiday. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore. If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them on Amazon by clicking the images below. But while Grandma fixed chitlins, baked ham, greens, and cornbread, she forgot the black-eyed peas!
The Chinese New Year starts with the first new moon of the year and is welcomed with a day celebration.
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12 New Yearís Picks For Your Book List for Little Kids
Holiday books are not usually in short supply and there are quite a lot of books about Chinese New Year and Rosh Hashanah, but surprisingly few for the January 1st holiday. I was even able to rustle up picture books that describe the way people around the world celebrate, plus diverse celebrations from different cultures here at home., Sign up for our newsletter to receive family-friendly activity, recipe and craft ideas throughout the year! However, while many of these books use Chinese New Year as a device to address various Chinese cultural topics in general, very few actually focus on the holiday itself.