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Books a a great gift, not only during the holidays. We could gift books all year long. But if you are looking for the gift that keeps on giving, books are your best shot. No one can have to many books and giving kids books is a way to keep them entertained and also provide them with fun way to keep them learning.
Fun cartoon character books are the best for kids. Most of them will have a message that will help kids not only with their reading skills but will teach them something new. Charlie Brown books are great. They will convey educational facts, fun stories, and cuteness, because well, we all know Snoopy is just plain cute.
What's the Big Idea, Charlie Brown?
Rediscover history’s great inventions—and learn about a very important inventor you’ve never even heard of before—in this fun and enlightening new Peanuts story. The book includes presentations on great inventors and activity pages.
My son loved this book because it gave him information about the inventors of the telephone, light bulb among others.
Where Did You Go, Charlie Brown?
Retrace the remarkable journeys of men and women who tread new ground—including one woman you’ve never heard of before—in this exciting new Peanuts adventure. Book includes presentations on great explorers and activity pages.
My son loved this book because showed him great explorers such as Christopher Columbus and Amelia Earhart.
Who Cares, Charlie Brown?
This touching ode to some of the world’s great humanitarian heroes—including one forgotten hero who helped little kids!—will warm hearts and inspire. Book includes presentations on great humanitarian heroes and activity pages.
My son loved this book because he learned about Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr.
This books are available as individuals books or you can buy all of them and make it a great collections. This books will be the books that your child can read today and you want to save as part of the library of books that will be pass to the next generation.