Books for the holidays: Numerous books would make great stocking stuffers for young audiences
Here’s a book with two front covers whose story meets in the middle while the story is resolved at the opposing cover. Sounds like a puzzle? It is — with lots of fun included in deciding what goes where.
• For children who need ideas for projects “Craft-A-Day: 365 Simple Handmade Projects” by Sarah Goldschadt is just the thing. From toys to cooking, garlands to T-shirts, there’s something here for children in grades 1 through 6.
• Two books for the scribblers on the shopping list are “The Puppets Doodle Book” (learning to draw the favorite Muppet characters) and “Fill in the Blank.” Part sketchbook, part design and doodling book, this will fill the bill when someone says, “I’m bored!”
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