For the month of December, we will be featuring (at least) a book a day leading up to Christmas. Start a Christmas tradition of reading a new book each day this month until Christmas Eve. You can get books from the library or pick up new ones to add to your home library while you are out shopping for the holidays. Our books will range from board books for infants and toddlers, to chapter books for teens, to craft books for the holidays to books for adults. Let us know if you pick up one either at a bookstore or the library and what you think about it.
To check out a full list of books from our Book a Day December 2017, click here.
A touching tale about a girl, her lost doll, and a bear who brings them back together. This is a sweet tale with strong family dynamics about with beautiful illustrations and a surprise hero. A wonderful winter themed story that isn’t about Christmas. Don’t get us wrong, we love Christmas stories, but we also like stories about winter.
More than anything, Willa adores her ragdoll, Rosie, made just for her by Grandma. Together, through the seasons, they picnic, pick berries, and jump in piles of leaves. But one winter’s day, on a bumpy sleigh ride to Grandma’s birthday dinner, Rosie falls into the snow and disappears. Willa is inconsolable—and not even a new gift from Grandma helps.
Then, mysteriously, Rosie reappears at Grandma’s door. Can Willa find a way to thank the special friend who returned her doll? With its charming folk-style illustrations, this beautiful picture book will warm the heart of every child who has ever had a favorite, beloved toy.