Charlie Brown Books for the Holidays

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One of my most recommended gifts for children is a book. I recently saw the idea for a Christmas countdown of opening one book a day for the first 24 days of December. I think it's a fabulous idea because it's a great way to instill a love of reading together with your children. These three Charlie Brown books by Charles M. Schulz are fantastic titles to add to your home library!
Who Cares, Charlie Brown? tells of a day when Charlie Brown and his friends are playing on the baseball field. Their game turns into something more when the Peanuts gang starts learning about the many men and women who changed the course of history by helping their fellow humans. This inspiring book honors some of the world’s great humanitarian heroes.
Where Did You Go, Charlie Brown? is the story of Charlie Brown and his friends who set out for some adventures. As the Peanuts gang explores the outdoors, they begin to reenact the feats of great explorers they learned about in school. Their adventure traces some remarkable journeys of men and women who tread new ground.
What's the Big Idea, Charlie Brown? is about a party to celebrate great inventions. To prepare for the party, everyone in the Peanuts gang is coming up with a favorite “big idea” from history. Charlie Brown has a problem, because he can’t think of any big ideas. This fun, enlightening story explores some of history's greatest inventions.
These books are wonderfully written, beautifully illustrated, and the perfect way to make learning fun with your children. The books even feature activities that further immerse your child into the subject of the book and get them thinking about how it relates to them.
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