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The Christmas Boot by Lisa Wheeler; Jerry Pinkney (Illustrator)
Wishing for the partner of a lovely warm boot she discovers in the forest, a poor woman is delighted when her wish, as well as other hopes for comfort, begin coming true before a red-suited, one-booted new friend arrives at her door.
Dasher by Matt Tavares
Dasher is an adventurous young reindeer with a wish in her heart. She spends her days with her family under the hot sun in a traveling circus, but she longs for a different life -- one where there is snow beneath her hooves and the North Star above her head. One day, when the opportunity arises, Dasher seizes her destiny and takes off in pursuit of the life she wants to live.
Gingerbread Friends by Jan Brett
There are many more Jan Brett books that are perfect for winter reading!
The Great Santa Stakeout by Betsy Bird; Dan Santat
Call Number: E BIR
Freddy Melcher is Santa's #1 Fan. He has Santa posters, Santa action figures, and even Santa underwear. But there is one prize Freddy desperately wants: A photograph taken with Santa, fresh out of the chimney.
Hanukkah Bear by Eric A. Kimmel; Mike Wohnoutka (Illustrator)
Bubba Brayna's legendary latkes lure an unexpected visitor into her home in this playful Hanukkah tale from a master storyteller.
Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins by Eric A. Kimmel (Retold by); Trina Schart Hyman (Illustrator)
A traveler rids a village synagogue of goblins by outwitting them. A Caldecott Honor Book.
Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree by Robert Barry
Christmas is here and Mr. Willowby's tree has arrived! There's just one big problem . . . the tree is too tall to fit in his parlor. He cuts off the top so it will fit, but little does he know that the top of that tree will travel clear across the countryside, bringing holiday cheer to the homes of bears, rabbits, mice, and more!
Red and Lulu by Matt Tavares
A heart-tugging story combining the cheer of Christmas, the magic of New York City, and the real meaning of the holiday season: how important it is to be surrounded by love.
Shooting at the Stars by John Hendrix
Shooting at the Stars is the moving story of a young British soldier on the front lines during World War I who experiences an unforgettable Christmas Eve. In a letter home to his mother, he describes how, despite fierce fighting earlier from both sides, Allied and German soldiers ceased firing and came together on the battlefield to celebrate the holiday. They sang carols, exchanged gifts, and even lit Christmas trees. But as the holiday came to a close, they returned to their separate trenches to await orders for the war to begin again.
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost; Susan Jeffers (Illustrator)
A richly illustrated version of Frost's most famous poem.
Winter Is the Warmest Season by Lauren Stringer
Winter Is the Warmest Season celebrates all the wonderful things that make winter the coziest time of the year.