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January Books For Kids

As our kids head back to school from holiday break, keeping their reading material fresh and new is super important to excite their reading habits. With so many great stories about winter, family, new goals, and more, this is a great season to update our children’s libraries and remind them how fun picking up a new book can be.

Start the year off with a New Year themed coloring book. A great addition to any indoor winter day.
How we speak to ourselves say so much about how we think about ourselves. This sweet story reminds our children to be kind to themselves just as much as others.
Hanley doesn’t like to read. But when asked to find his favorite book, he quickly realizes how special read that book is to him.
A great story about different animals with different abilities and difficulties, who come together for a really fun time.
From the “What would Darla do?’ collections, this coloring book will inspire your daughter to be brave and confident!
Do your children earn an allowance? This is a wonderful read in helping our children understand the value of earning and saving money.
This useful story teaches our children how fun it can be to nourish our bodies with fruit and vegetables. A great library addition for any family.
During the winter months I love gifting my kids books that can keep us busy while stuck inside. This book offers gauranteed home bound fun!
Another really sweet story about self acceptance and positive self talk. With so much going on in the world, our children deserve to know and feel how special they are.
A hilarious book about a little girl who wishes for a pet Ostrich! Makes for a great gift!
Follow along as five animal friends share laughter, story telling, and adventure.
Best-selling author Rick Riordan presents Indigenous fantasy writer Rebecca Roanhorse’s thrilling adventure about a Navajo girl who discovers she’s a monsterslayer.
The Pike family is taking a vacation to the beach, and Stacey and Mary Anne get to go along to help out! Two weeks of sun, sand . . . and the cutest lifeguard Stacey has ever seen!
Tami Charles pens a poetic, lyrical text that is part love letter, part anthem, assuring readers that they always have, and always will, matter.
Joe and Anna had no idea of the magic that would soon change their lives

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9 thoughts on “January Books For Kids”

  1. These look like some wonderful books. I’ll have to show them to my kids. I know The Babysitters Club is one they already read and love.

  2. It has been my experience that if we want kids to read, we must give them interesting things to read. You have such a variety of book choices here that it should be possible to find something for almost every kid.

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