Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Little Reader

Puffin Classics Set ($140) | This Moose Belongs to Me ($11.16) | Journey ($10.27) | The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm ($39.99) | P'Kolino Book Buggee ($36.40) | Madeline and the Old House in Paris ($17.99) | Little Owl Lost ($) | Maps ($35) | I Want My Hat Back ($12.72) | We're Going on a Bear Hunt ($10.88) | Pride & Prejudice ($8.99)

Last year's little reader gift guide plus don't forget to enter the foxy thing and play time giveaways!

2013 Holiday Gift Guide:
  • For Your Little Artist
  • For the Babes
  • Make Believe
  • Musical Toys
  • Play Kitchen
  • Animal Friends
  • Little Movers
  • Pretend
  • Dolls

  • Featured:

    The holidays are just around the corner!  It’s time to get in a holly jolly mood, break out the eggnog, and select some wonderful gifts for your loved ones.  

    Easy to wrap or tuck inside a stocking, our seasonal titles are perfect for family togetherness. Please visit our website to view our 2013 gift-giving picks, tailor-made to spread holiday cheer. 

    We have some dynamic picture books on our list including How to Train a Train, a field guide to finding, keeping, and training your very own pet train – a must-have for young train lovers. Also among our holiday favorites are Forever, a charmingly illustrated story about the bond between a polar bear mama and her baby, and With a Mighty Hand, a unique adaptation of the Torah brought to life by richly-hued paintings. Offering all of the games, puzzles, and comics you can dream of, The Goods: Volume 1 by McSweeney’s is the perfect way to spend a snowy day indoors. Finally, Dragonology, the book that launched the New York Times best-selling Ology series ten years ago, is now available in a stunning anniversary edition.


    1. There are some lovely choices here, but I'm surprised that a book that ends in lies and killing tops your list for "little readers". Have you read "I Want My Hat Back"? I'd be pretty upset if someone bought that for my child as a gift...

      1. Sorry Jenny, we just think it's silly! I honestly don't even think that Violet really "gets it". And bears do eat rabbits - circle of life right ;) Didn't mean to offend! xo, Lauren



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