We are a family of readers! When the kids were small, we would spend hours reading to them. But now that they are older, it’s rewarding to see them with their heads buried in their own latest favorite book. One of the problems with growing young readers is the need to constantly find new books. If you are looking for some new book recommendations for the holiday season, then Zonderkidz has some great new options.
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New Book Recommendations for the Holidays
Whether you are looking for a new book for your own kids or already thinking about gift ideas for the holidays, these books are great options. I’m thinking that this first book will be a great baby shower gift for a friend who is expecting a baby this month!
God’s Great Love for You
by Rick Warren
New York Times bestselling author and respected pastor, Rick Warren, takes children on a whimsical and heartfelt journey as they explore God’s love through this delightful picture book. Illustrations by Chris Saunders paired with Warren’s prose teach children that nothing can separate them from God’s great love. It’s sure to become a treasured family favorite!
‘Twas the Evening Before Christmas
By Glenys Nellist
’Twas the Evening of Christmas, written by Glenys Nellist and illustrated by Elena Selivanova, echoes the familiar language and rhythm of Clement Moore’s beloved poem, but focuses on baby Jesus, who is the true hero of Christmas. Families will delight in this simple retelling of one of the most famous stories ever told.
Your Own Beautiful
by Chelsea Crockett
A life, faith, and beauty guide for young women, Your Own Beautiful highlights YouTube sensation Chelsea Crockett’s trademark beauty tips while featuring advice on the big issues all girls face—from self-confidence and friendship to following your dreams.
Glimmer & Shine
365 Devotions to Inspire by Natalie Grant
In Glimmer and Shine: 365 devotions to inspire joy and confidence, author and award-winning recording-artist Natalie Grant challenges girls ages 8 and up to have fun while following Jesus. The sense of wonder and adventure found in biblical promises is enough to step out. This Faithgirlz devotional encourages girls to find the beauty of believing.
Sharon Williams is a mom of 3 who loves to read, travel, take pictures, work in the flowers and spend time with family. When she’s not blogging, she’s probably out enjoying life so she’ll have something fun to blog about tomorrow!