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Library for Peace Children’s Library
Reading is one of the most important activities that you can encourage your children to do. It’s entertaining, thought provoking,
and absolutely critical to success later in life.
It's time to deck the halls, but since we can't get together for the holidays we have a collection of Christmas books to help keep the spirit alive.
We recommend the books listed below, and even though you cannot check them out of our library at this time, you can order them from book sellers online.
The link below has over 100 Great Christmas Stories, Books, Poems, and Christmas Carols for you to enjoy; stories to kindle your holiday spirit:
Be healthy. Be safe this holiday season.
Books in the
Library for Peace
to Talk About:
Sixteen years after it first appeared, this perennial favorite is still the book that thousands turn to for sound, no-nonsense advice on how to combat Christmas commercialism and create a joyful, stress-free holiday season. The authors answer all the most commonly asked questions, from "How can I reduce the stress of preparing for Christmas?" to "How can I teach my children that Christmas means mote than just presents?" and many more.
A Basque Christmas story celebrating Advent.
When Grandpa Nathan was asked where “Thankful Straws” originated, his only answer was: “As long as I remember and as long as I live we have ‘Thankful Straws of Christmas’.”
“Christmas comes when the bandana is empty, and the nativity is full of straws.”
A beautifully illustrated story of the Nativity. He was just an ordinary donkey, but on his back he carried a miracle. He carried the Virgin Mary to Bethlehem on the night she gave birth. Along the way he dreamed he was carrying a city, a ship, a fountain, and a rose. He dreamed he was carrying a lady full of heaven--and he was. Barbara Helen Berger's glowing artwork and lyrical text perfectly convey the beauty and majesty of the story of the Nativity.
For the smallest seedling on the tree farm, waiting and growing seem to take an eternity. As the seasons pass, the seedling observes the gifts that nature brings her - the sky, the wind, the birds and animals, and the sun and rain that help her grow. She dreams about the things she could become and gradually realizes that becoming a Christmas tree is only one of the many options life presents.