Children’s books to cuddle up to over Christmas

Books are the gifts that keep on giving. Here are some suggestions for your littler loved ones this year

27th November, 2021
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A History of the World in 25 Cities, written by Tracy Turner and Andrew Donkin, illustrated by Libby Vander Ploeg

Books are the Christmas gifts that keep on giving. If you can get the right one into the right reader’s hand, it will be treasured for years. The days of intellectual snobbery are over. Whatever book draws your young reader’s eye is good enough to establish a love of, and habit for, reading. When a child opens the cover, it is an invitation to dream: to travel back in time, to imagine new futures, to...

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