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Holiday Book Gifts for Teens
Matching the perfect teen with the perfect book is easier than you think! Especially with our holiday gift guide filled with amazing YA and teen-friendly titles.
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Holiday Book Gifts for Tweens Ages 9 – 12
In this gift guide, you'll find exciting new titles, timely stories, and gift-worthy books to give your tween this holiday season — whether they love action-packed adventures, heartfelt stories, or fascinating nonfiction.
Holiday Book Gifts: Ages 6 – 8
Whether your growing reader is into books about magical creatures, outer space, quests and adventures, or celebrating the things that make each of us unique, the perfect book is out there.
Holiday Book Gifts: Ages 3 – 5
This holiday season, give children a gift that ignites their imagination, makes them laugh out loud, or teaches them something new with the best present of all: a book!
Baby & Toddler
Holiday Book Gifts: Ages 0 – 2
These books are not only solid and sturdy enough to withstand the less-than-careful hands of our youngest readers, but they also expose them to important lessons about antiracism, kindness, and more.
Merry & Bright: Gift Guides, Holiday Stories, and More!
From unique, thoughtful gift ideas for every kid and teen reader on your shopping list to festive reads that light up the season, you’ll find everything you need to celebrate this holiday.
The Best Children’s and YA Books of October 2020
October’s best new books are all treats and no tricks (though there’s plenty of mischief afoot — we’re looking at you, Underwear Dragon). Poignant and playful, fascinating and festive, these new releases can’t be missed.
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A handbook on caring for spooky specters, our new Brightly Storytime features a sweet and quirky guide to making a friend for life (and beyond)!
Author Brad Meltzer and Illustrator Christopher Eliopoulos on the Heroes and Lessons We Need Right Now
Author Brad Meltzer and illustrator Christopher Eliopoulos discuss the new books in the Ordinary People Change the World series and what they hope kids learn from them.