Friday, November 1, 2019

Zonderkidz holiday books for the family

Disclaimer:  I was given products in this post for the purpose of review.  I was not paid to write this review All opinions are my own  
We are less than 2 months away from Christmas!!  I cannot believe it is that close.  One of the things my boys and I do during the holiday season is read Christmas stories, we have one huge book that talks all about traditions and who does what around the world, but after several nights my boys get bored with it.  Don't worry though thanks to ZonderKidz we are now upping our Christmas book collections!!  Check out all the great title below and the best part if they are books my kids can read, so now I am not the only one reading :)



In The Berenstain Bears Go Christmas Caroling, the whole Bear family is invited by the Bear Country Carolers for a round of Christmas Eve caroling. Join Mama, Papa, Brother, Sister, and Honey as they venture out together in the snowy, cold night to travel from door to door singing Christmas classics.

 

A Christmas Gift for Santa, A Bedtime Book shows a different side of the Christmas story. When Santa Claus returns home after delivering Christmas presents to all the boys and girls, he wonders if he too will receive a gift.


 

From Grammy winner Michael W. Smith comes Merry Christmas, Nighty Night, a cute and cuddly padded board book in the familiar, soothing cadence of the Clement Moore classic poem “The Night Before Christmas” that tells the story of the Nighty Nights helping their friends Cole and Rose snuggle in for a silent night on Christmas Eve.


In this follow-up to the blockbuster hit Fiona the Hippo, based on the internet sensation from the Cincinnati Zoo, join Fiona and her loveable animal friends for a heartwarming holiday romp through the zoo in this fun and whimsical picture book.  This is the perfect Christmas read-aloud for fans of Fiona (and hippos!) everywhere who are looking for a book with a sweet holiday message of love for others.


In Mouse’s Christmas Gift, written by Mindy Baker and illustrated by Dow Phumiruk, one tiny church mouse must find a way to bring Christmas spirit to his little town when Parson gets sick and the usual Christmas Eve service is cancelled. Mouse never gives up hope as he prepares the nativity set and lights a small candle in the window to signal the villagers. Mouse’s small act of faith sparks a chain reaction of hope and love, demonstrating that even the smallest creature can make a big difference. This adorable book, with a cover adorned with foil and glitter, captures the spirit of Christmas and the joy of doing for others during the holiday season.
That night, on Christmas Eve, a small group of villagers gathered in front of the darkened church. Mouse peered out the window and his heart began to pound. They came!