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Books to Celebrate with in February

Despite being the shortest month of the year, February is packed full of reasons to celebrate. From month-long tributes, to candy-worthy days of glee, to major sporting events, we’ve got a book to join you and your little one no matter what the celebration might be. Here’s our suggested pairings:

 

For Black History Month (All Month Long)

We suggest: Emmanuel’s Dream

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Share with your child this incredible, true story about a man with a disability who rides his bike 400 miles to prove that dreams can become a reality.

 

For the Super Bowl (and the aftermath of no more football season) (Feb. 4th and after)

We suggest: Goodnight Football

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Sharing hobbies is a great way to build family time and bonding. This is the perfect night time story to keep football, and those family memories, around all year long.

 

For Mardi Gras (Feb. 13th)

We suggest: What the Dinosaurs Did Last Night

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Everyone needs to let their hair down and celebrate on occasion, even toys. What sort of mischief will be unleashed this time?

 

For Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14th)

We suggest: I Love You Through and Through

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Incredibly sweet and very relatable for young kids, this rhyming story is a great one to snuggle up with on the day celebrating all kinds of love.

 

For President’s Day (Feb. 19th)

We suggest: Grace for President

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Use this very colorful, fun, and accessible book to teach kids about politics, public service, and the electoral college during presidential elections.

 

For Tell a Fairy Tale Day (Feb. 26th)

We suggest: Zen Shorts

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Stillwater the giant panda loves to tell a good story that always helps his young neighbors learn important lessons.

 

Tell us what books you celebrated with this month! Join the conversation on social media or email us at info@noveleffect.com.

 

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