Looking for children’s holiday gift ideas? Browse our editors’ picks for a wide assortment of children’s books – from story books to cookbooks. That’s me with our books at our last event. See brief summaries of these books below, with more info at http://www.imagesunlimitedpublishing.com
The Littlest Christmas Kitten – This is a story of how the lost is found in the midst of a miracle on that Holy Night. It helps children gain a close-up, richer understanding of the Nativity. Plus, all cat lovers and those who enjoy animals will enjoy this book with its big and bold art work by noted artist, Kelly Dupre, adding dimension to the story.
Cooking Around the Calendar with Kids – Holiday and Seasonal Food and Fun – Get kids involved this holiday through this seasonal cookbook loaded with lots of recipes and activities to keep children interested. Includes party ideas and holiday information all year long. Kids learn life skills while having fun in the kitchen. Makes a great gift, especially when bundled with the next book:
Cooking Around the Country with Kids – USA Regional Recipes and Fun Activities – Celebrate America’s diversity with over 250 pages of kid-friendly recipes, learning activities and food history. This cookbook encourages children to engage with the history of the U.S. through different foods of various regions of the country. Children learn where their food is grown and how to prepare it.
Healthy to the Core! All Natural Low Sugar/No Sugar Apple Recipes for Kids – Here is a kids and teens entry into the world of cooking with less sugar but great taste. Since apples are one of their favorite foods, share ideas on how to prepare apple dishes in hundreds of different ways. It’s also a guide to healthy tips in everyday eating – kids, too, are interested in eating healthy.
Listening to the Mukies and Their Character Building Adventures – This outer-world tribe of optimistic Mukies is confronted with many of the same problems found in current school-age society, namely bullying, name-calling, jealousy, racism, war-waging. Find out how the Mukies handle these situations. The eight short chapters allow for lots of room for discussion and interaction.
Ciderella and the Little Glass Sipper - This wonderful adaption of the well-known fairy tale takes children on a magical adventure through the land of royal apple orchards and farm country. Ciderella, the chief cider maker, needs help from the fairy godmother to make her dreams come true.
Beauty and the Bees - Beauty’s simple wish for a pretty flower leads to a budding relationship with the beekeeper. She learns about the important role bees play in producing honey. Magical gifts and broken spells await her.
I seriously recommend you go to our website http://www.imagesunlimitedpublishing.com and order these books for the children on your list. Order early because supplies are limited.
May you have a happy “getting ready for the holidays” season!
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