4 Books to read to your kids this January
Baby, it’s cold outside So grab your little one and curl up under the covers with these four new children’s books. They’ll be fast favorites.
‘The Black Rabbit’
One day, a plucky rabbit wakes up and sees a scary black rabbit right behind him. Rabbit runs and swims, but can’t shake him. Is this new black rabbit a friend or foe for little rabbit? (Spoiler alert: It’s his adorable shadow!)
Looking for a Valentine’s Day gift for the new baby in your life? This easy-to-read board book follows a little baby looking for a snuggly hug and kiss from everyone.
Few authors are as beloved as Neil Gaiman — and now he’s aiming to have an entirely new generation fall in love with him with “Chu’s Day.” Coupled with Adam Rex’s gorgeous illustrations, readers follow a little panda named Chu to see if he will unleash a giant sneeze or not.
“Sunny Acres was the friendliest little farm in the country … until one day that grumpy goat arrived,” is how Helquist’s latest begins. But one day, Grumpy Goat meets a new friend and his outlook changes. It’s a touching, beautifully illustrated book about life and loss for little ones.