16 Aug Broadry Books: Holiday Classics
By: Broadry Book Reviews
From vegan cookbooks to Christmas novelties and old classics, here’s a few recommendations from Welbeck Children’s Publishing that are sure to delight the kiddos this holiday season.
How Many Sleeps ‘Til Christmas?
Joff Brown, illustrated by Gabriele Tafuni
Count down to the most exciting day of the year with this celebration of fun and familiar Christmas activities and characters.
Paperscapes: The Nutcracker
Lauren Holowaty, illustrated by Margarida Esteves
The fairytale set in a series of intricately crafted die-cut pages, forming layered scenes that make each realm unique and picturesque. Children collect pressout characters along the way for display in a beautiful diorama.
Annabel Karmel’s Fun, Fast & Easy
Ages 5 and up
“Positive and educational, this entertaining cookbook delivers on its title promise to make cooking fun, fast, and easy, with a side order of deliciousness.”—ForeWord Reviews
Anna Claybourne, illustrated by Kerry Hyndman
“[C]oncise, well-organized sections that young readers will find enticing….Simple prose keeps the information accessible….Detailed, well-spaced illustrations…will further engage readers.”—Publishers Weekly
Inspiration is in Here
Laura Baker, illustrated by Tjarda Borsboom
Creativity is calling — learn to make bath bombs, discover the art of calligraphy, write a haiku, start a dream diary, learn how to crochet, and find plenty of other opportunities to let your self-expression flourish!
The World Book
Joe Fullman, illustrated by Rose Blake
Where would you like to visit next? Take a tour of every single country in the world within the pages of The World Book. Packed with facts, stats and flags – explore different cultures and the best things to see, do and taste on this planet.
Be More Vegan
Ages 12 and up
“From soups to pasta to curries, these plant-based dishes (containing no meat, eggs, or dairy) cover a range of tempting options for all tastes, and each recipe is accompanied by a bright, colorful photo. No boring salads to be seen here…a fine choice.” —Kirkus Reviews