The holiday shopping season is here! It’s been a weird year, but as we near the end of 2020, it’s the perfect time to think about how you can make this holiday season special for the kids on your shopping list.
To help you get into the holiday shopping spirit, we’ve got our annual gift guide! This year we’ve got a ton of options for you; from the DIY educational gifts we love to simple fun your kids need. Make this a year to learn by doing with these amazing gift options.
Gift Guide - Books
First on the list, we’ve got a few books from Lulu creators your kids will absolutely love. There’s really no better gift you can give than a book. So help kickstart a love for reading this year with a new book.
The Fear Beard
Maggie lives in a little town that holds a secret. They are hiding an old magic man away in a tall tower. The tower is rumoured to hold a persons fears, so one day Maggie decides to tell it her worries. Instead she discovers the old man, and after hearing his story decides to help him out. Maggie descends the tower and grabs her quest by its fluffy beard!
“I Am Her: The ABC’s of Black Women in History,” is a book, that was creatively written, so that children can learn about black women pioneers in history. It is important that children gain as much knowledge about historical figures. The idea is that youth will be inspired by people who have broken many barriers to succeed in different careers.
Look What I Can Be Lab Book, is a 100-page workbook for ages 8 to adult. It includes 9 stem labs such as make your own lip gloss, ice cream, and brain model. It includes detailed instructions with each lab along with a lab report.
Whether you’re looking to journal your feelings or need a great gift for yourself, friends or loved ones, this sloth-themed inspirational notebook journal is sure to lift your spirits and bring happiness to your daily life.
Our exciting “Lucy Learns Inner Magic” is a lovely book that teaches kids to be proud of their talents and abilities. Also, they should not be ashamed or compare themselves to others, but to be empowered by who they are.
My name is Wil. On my eleventh birthday, I turned into a zombie. One moment, I was enjoying video games. The next my skin was turning green. I even wanted to eat brains! There’s only one thing that can save me. Junk food. Lots of junk food.
Illustrated with beautiful graphics, this story is based on ancient Yoruba folklore about the creation of the world. Oduduwa, one of the sky gods and son of the supreme being Olodumare, is sent down from the skies to create the earth after his brother Obatala fails to complete the same task.
Hello! We are live at the famous North Pole, Where the elves don’t just work, but they shoot for the goal! The Elf Games are back! What’s in store? Why, some peppermint hockey sticks, cookie pucks, more! We’ve got licorice bats just like we’ve had in the past, Now, don’t miss a beat, readers, for it will go fast!
The Missing Oink is a pragmatic picture book about accepting change with grace, instead of defeat. This book is intended to facilitate conversations between parent/guardian and child (ren) about the feelings associated with uncomfortable situations and falls in the category of resilience literature.
This book collects four traditional folk stories from around the world. Take a look inside and you will find: two talking birds a flying stool, a vegeta-baby, three kings, a trip to the moon, a superhuman talking baby, a helpful mermaid … and lots of other funny, strange and surprising things!
Animal Dads is a book based on real animal dads whose parenting skills are above all others in the animal kingdom. From seahorses to emperor penguins, readers will learn about how these animal dads are number one when raising their offspring. Ami Dobelle has had an extensive career at zoos and aquariums
Get Animal Dads today and combo it with an adorable plush seahorse created by the author!
Next up we have a selection of awesome toys from some of our favorite retailers! These aren’t just action figures or dolls; when we look for toys we look for interactive, educational, and above all fun!
So if you’re not sure what to buy for the kids on your shopping list, our guide has you covered.