Books That Make You Want to Celebrate the Holidays in Diverse and Inclusive Ways
The holidays mean different things to different people. While we certainly celebrate many of the same traditions year after year, we can learn about history, the true meaning of giving, and inclusion at any time. These messages can be especially poignant for children.
These four guests have all written holiday-themed books that bring home a special message. They’re all a lot of fun, and we’re going to have a good time here in this special holiday Books That Make You Show:
Maria Alexander, author of “Snowed”, the first book in the “Bloodline of Yule” Trilogy, among many other horror and comedy crime stories.
Gina Cavalier and Jeanette DePattie collaborated for “How I Became Santa Claus”, a book that allows us to see the world through someone else’s eyes – and find out what it’s like to be Santa.
Lee Wind, author of “Red and Green and Blue and White,” illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky, based on the true story of a Jewish and Christian family helping to bring a community together for the holidays.