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8 New Year’s Children’s Books To Kick Off

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New Year’s children’s books also can teach kids about many different familial and cultural traditions

Other books on the list are perfect to read on New Year’s Eve or New Year’

Some even explain how while many people celebrate New Year’s on January first, that isn’t

A few are out of print though, so you might have to hunt them down in the

It’s time to break out the confetti and sparkling cider, read some New Year’s children’

This rhyming picture book explains different New Year’s traditions through the eyes of young Shante Keys

When her grandmother forgets the black-eyed peas that her family eats on New Year’s Day for

Or her Chinese American neighbor who celebrates in an entirely different month

Rafa lives in Spain and is excited to be staying up until midnight for the first time

But he learns about a New Year’s Eve tradition that he didn’t know about: eating 12

Now he just has to figure out how to stay up late enough to participate

This rhyming picture books introduces the character Amanda Dade, who gets to lead the New Year’s

It’s a simple story, but one that kids will have a fun to reading along with

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On New Year’s Day, Ti Gran teaches Belle how to make their family’s traditional Freedom

It’s New Year’s Eve and the whole family is determined to stay up until midnight

Will they all make it to midnight awake? You have to read this cute book from Natasha

This nonfiction book prepares young readers for the ins and outs of different New Year’s celebrations

It explains different ways people celebrate the holiday and what a New Year’s resolution is

But it is a very straightforward description of the New Year’s for children

There are several clever details about the month of January worked into the story

While this book isn’t solely about the New Year’s holiday, it’s a great book

Musa isn’t sure if he will like the other kids on his first day of school

The answers vary from Christmas to Black History Month to Pi Day

Not only does this book celebrate New Year’s Day, but it provides a calendar of diverse