Blurb Books: The Best Gift Books

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There’s something about the holidays—that warm glow from the fire, the fact that you actually get to spend time with your kids (or your friends’ and family’s kids)—that makes it the perfect time to curl up with the little ones in your life and read them a storybook. Reading a totally new, beautiful, amazing book with a child is a treasured holiday experience. And if you choose the right book, every time the child reads it alone in the future will bring back the memory of that time you shared.



I’ve written guest posts for Blurb.com before, in fact multiple times. Generally when given a prewritten chunk of text, I choose to write my own post so that it differs substantially from other bloggers. But you know what, I’m just not in the mood right now. So there you have it. I’ll just use the prewritten text. Check out these awesome Blurb books! They would make a fantastic Christmas gift, and if you order now you’ll still get it by the 25th.


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If you’re a little tired of the standard children’s book selections in your local brick and mortar store, Blurb has a really incredible assortment of self-published children’s books that you won’t find anywhere else this holiday season. Try a few of these future classics and create some new holiday memories this year.


Ollie + Loo by Joni Cooper
Joni Cooper brings incredibly original characters to life with brilliant illustrations in a book that will have parents and kids laughing along together.


Myrtle & the Scarecrow by Kate Lowe
Myrtle finds solace with a not-so-scary scarecrow?and learns a lot about herself? in this short but sweet tale. The atmospheric illustrations have a little magic about them—we look forward to more from this young, talented illustrator.


Ahwen’s Journal by Alice Alder
It would be impossible not to fall in love with the beautifully illustrated characters in this book. Ahwen, Harn, Charwood—we’ll be keeping an eye out for you the next time we’re in the woods.

Baby Bear gets a Present by Chris Wood
Even toys relegated to a box in a forgotten corner of the house have lives of their own. In this heartwarming tale we learn just how much fun they have.


Visit Blurb.com for hunderds of other books to choose from!

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