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Do you know the story of Hanukkah? Let your imagination run wild with these fun 15 Hanukkah books for children. Pick one up as a gift for your little one.

Reading Guide: 15 Hanukkah Books For Children

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Hanukkah, the celebration of lights, is almost here. Hanukkah is just around the corner, a fun and festive holiday that is loved by children and adults alike! Get in on the fun with these great Hanukkah books for children, featuring some of your child’s favorite characters like Clifford, Elmo, and Curios George.

Groovy Joe isn't your average dog he loves music, singing and ICE CREAM!!! Will Groovy Joe share his beloved doggy ice cream with his unexpected guests???

Bedtime Stories with Groovy Joe: Ice Cream and Dinosaurs {Giveaway}

I’ve partnered with Scholastic once again to introduce you to the grooviest dog on the planet! Groovy Joe isn’t your average dog, he’s groovy in all sorts of ways – especially in his love for music, singing and ICE CREAM!!! Who doesn’t love ice cream, right? Well, it’s time to get grooving because some unexpected guests are about to arrive and they want only one thing – ICE CREAM.

Last Minute Social Good Easter Basket Idea For Less Than $5

Easter is just around the corner and stores are selling out of pre-made Easter baskets quickly. While those premade Easter baskets are fun, they are usually filled with candy and cheap toys. If you’ve ever seen my children’s playroom, you would know we have more than enough toys. I always try to do things a bit different, and I really love adding books to baskets.

Picture Books for Young Readers: The Story Starts Here #Giveaway

Can you recall at what age your love of reading developed? The one thing my mama never had an issue providing me with money for were those book order forms we received monthly at school. Which is why I excitedly partnered with Scholastic for their The Story Starts Here picture books campaign for young readers.

When a child reads on their own, or someone reads to them, their minds are able to open up to exploration and imagination.