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Last Minute Christmas Gift Ideas... A Book for Everyone

Looking for some last minute gift ideas?  Why not gift a book to that special someone on your Christmas list.  There's still time to stop by your local bookstore or major retail store and grab a book or two.  Check out these novel books sure to be treasured for years to come.

Thank You, Teacher!

Love, love, love this little gem.  It was the perfect gift for the Little Old Lady's teacher.  She absolutely adored it.  Thank You, Teacher! coupled with a gift card is a great gift idea for your child's teacher.  The book is merely a small token of appreciation for all the hard work teachers do but a great way to let your child's teacher know you appreciate everything they do.

Kitten's First Full Moon 

Kitten's First Full Moon is a Three Boys and an Old Lady fave.  It's a classic and one I can't wait to share with my grandchildren when they arrive in the next 10, 15, 20 years.  It's the cutest story of a kitten who is a tad obsessed with the moon because he thinks it's a giant bowl of milk.  This is one your kids will want you to read over and over again.

The Boy of Steel
Got a Little Leaguer or t-ball star in your household?  The Boy of Steel is one they'll enjoy.  A heartwarming tale of a little boy who gets the chance to fulfill a lifelong dream but just as his big moment arrives... *insert suspenseful music* well, you'll just have to get the book and find out.

What books are you reading this holiday season?  Let me know, leave a comment below.

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