Friday, November 23, 2012

Ideas for Gifting

We hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and were able to celebrate with family and friends. We at BFB love Thanksgiving and appreciate that we begin the holiday season with a day set aside for gratitude. And now the lead up to Christmas begins so we thought we would share some of our ideas for Christmas gifts.

Gifts for Little Ones (Ages 3-6)

The Obadiah Trio, only $18.95 for all three beautiful books. 

The Billy and Blaze Set, a beautiful collection of seven books relating the adventures of a boy and his beloved pony. Only $36.95

This beautiful collection of books contains many classics and titles that are sure to become family favorites. Each is beautifully illustrated and your family will be able to spend hours reading each story over and over. 

Gifts for Children (Ages 7-10)

The Landmark Collection Give your voracious reader hours of entertainment with this collection of 26 titles. Characters well known and obscure come alive in this series featuring the biographies of Alexander the Great, Abe Lincoln, Sacagawea, D-Day, the Barbary Pirates, Amelia Earhart, and many many more. 

The d'Aulaire Collection, a must for any family library these gorgeously illustrated classics will be pored over for hours. The engaging text, personal details, and impeccable research ensure that these historical figure will come alive. 

The Teaching Character Intermediate Pack will introduce your student to the fairy tales of Oscar Wilde, Chaucer, and the well-loved Little Prince. You will also delve into the world of Hans Christian Andersen and enjoy Newbery award winners. 

Family Read Aloud Classics

The Ralph Moody Collection will move you, make you laugh, and bond your family together as you endure the trials and challenges faced by the Moody family. You will laugh at the antics of cowboys and trick riders, cry with the losses of a family struggling against all odds, and learn a lot about a piece of American history rarely covered in textbooks and classrooms. These are a must for every family who loves to read together. 

For more ideas, check out our blog entries on read-aloud favorites for all ages:

Family Read-Alouds Part II

Family Read-Alouds Part III

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