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The School Collection: Children's Literature at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library

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Entries from Children's Literature at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library tagged with 'holidays'

Happy Father's Day!

Father's Day is June 21, and we would like to send out a note of thanks and appreciation to fathers everywhere. Listed below are a few of our favorite fictional books about dads, ideas and instructions for making a gift...

Santa Stories

When the calendar page turns over to December, many children eagerly begin to count the days until Christmas and the arrival of Santa Claus. The following stories about Santa Claus provide humor, suspense, and holiday cheer for kids who can't...

Thanksgiving Books for Children

As Thanksgiving approaches, many children, teachers, and caregivers will begin searching for books about this popular American holiday. Because the tradition has its origins in the early encounters between European colonists and Native Americans, selection of quality books that are...

Winter Holiday Books

Winter is a time for many holiday traditions around the world. Join in the celebration and learn about other cultures through stories, games, and craft projects! The following is a sample of fiction and non-fiction winter holiday titles that can...

Halloween Picture Books for Preschoolers

What better books to share with children than stories about Jack-o-lanterns, trick-or-treating, skeletons, and haunted houses, when Halloween is drawing near? Most of the following titles, collected from a posting compiled by Stacey Schultz (Oct 21, 2005) at the PUBYAC...

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