Christmas Cheer

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Bookscape Board Books: Christmas Cheer. Explore a festive winter wonderland with this enchanting addition to the Bookscape Board Books series! Christmas Cheer festively depicts the colorful, dynamic scenes of Christmas time—from caroling to baking, building a snowman to decorating the tree, and more. Each uniquely shaped page overlaps with the next to create a complete landscape when closed—and an immersive world to explore with each turn of the page when open. Delightfully petite and chunky board book Begs to be picked up thanks to its tactile, toy-like quality Filled with simple concept-based text and bright, jubilant illustrations With each turn of a page, step deeper into the magic and spirit of the Christmas season. This one-of-a-kind format—complete with art by celebrated illustrator Ingela Arrhenius—is a celebration of a winter wonderland. A great Christmas gift for new parents, grandparents, and caregivers, or for a winter baby shower or birthday Kids love the sturdy, toy-like quality of these shaped books. Perfect for those who adored Santa's Workshop: Christmas Lift-a-Flap Board Book by Holly Berry-Byrd; Oh, Christmas Tree!: Children's Board Book by Holly Berry-Byrd; and All Aboard! The Christmas Train by Nichole Mara.

 

 

 

Why reading is important for your little ones.

Sharing stories, talking and singing every day helps your child’s development in many ways.

Reading and sharing stories can:

  • help your child get to know sounds, words and language, and develop early literacy skills
  • learn to value books and stories
  • spark your child’s imagination and stimulate curiosity
  • help develop your child’s brain, ability to focus, concentration, social skills and communication skills
  • help your child learn the difference between ‘real’ and ‘make-believe’
  • help your child understand new or frightening events, and the strong emotions that come with them
  • help your child learn about the world, their own culture and other cultures.

Sharing stories with your child doesn’t mean you have to read from the book.

Just by looking at books with your child and talking about them, you can be a great storyteller and a good model for using language and books. Your child will learn by watching you hold a book the right way and seeing how you move through the book by gently turning the pages.

Reading stories with children has benefits for grown-ups too. The special time you spend reading together promotes bonding and helps to build your relationship with your child.