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How Winston came home for Christmas

Join Winston the mouse as he sets out on another irresistible Christmas adventure!

From Alex T. Smith, bestselling author of the Claude series, comes How Winston Came Home for Christmas - the festive sequel to the much-loved How Winston Delivered Christmas . Full of gorgeous colour artwork and Christmassy activities for all the family to enjoy, this second Winston adventure is sure to become a Christmas classic to be enjoyed year after year.

The magic compass : a Christmas adventure

Set in the enchanted Island Kingdom, The Magic Compass is a delightful Christmas adventure for children, to be read aloud, one chapter at a time, on each of the days of December leading up to Christmas. The story's rich narrative, unforgettable characters, playful humour and full-colour illustrations make this book a great family read that is sure to become a holiday tradition. The Island Kingdom is inhabited by humans, trolls and nisses (elves) who embark on spirited, sometimes perilous escapades as they anticipate and prepare for Christmas.

Red and green and blue and white

Inspired by a true story, this is a tale of a community that banded together to spread light.

It's a holiday season that both Isaac, whose family is Jewish, and Teresa, whose family is Christian, have looked forward to for months! They've been counting the days, playing in the snow, making cookies, drawing (Teresa) and writing poems (Isaac). They enjoy all the things they share, as well as the things that make them different.

But when Isaac's window is smashed in the middle of the night, it seems like maybe not everyone appreciates "difference."

Charlotte and the nutcracker : the true story of a girl who made ballet history

A reimagined and modern take on the holiday favorite, this picture book weaves together the classicChristmastale of The Nutcracker and the true-life story of12-year-old ballerina Charlotte Nebres,the first Black girl to play Marie in the New York City Ballet's production.

The only thing Charlotte loves as much as ballet is Christmas. So, when she gets the opportunity to play Marie in the New York City Ballet's The Nutcracker , she leaps at the chance.

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