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Here are a few suggestions for children’s books that might be suitable for the New Year holiday:

  1. “The Night Before New Year’s” by Natasha Wing: This is a playful retelling of the classic poem “The Night Before Christmas,” set in the context of New Year’s Eve.
  2. “Happy New Year, Everywhere!” by Arlene Erlbach: This book celebrates New Year’s traditions from around the world, including counting down to midnight, making resolutions, and eating special foods.
  3. “New Year at the Pier” by Karen Ackerman: This is a heartwarming story about a family’s New Year’s Eve celebration at the beach, complete with fireworks, music, and fun.
  4. “New Year’s Eve Countdown” by Sherri Duskey Rinker: This is a colorful and interactive counting book that helps young children learn about the concept of time and the tradition of counting down to midnight on New Year’s Eve.
  5. “Auld Lang Syne: The Story of the New Year’s Eve Song” by John H. Thompson: This book tells the history and meaning behind the popular New Year’s Eve song “Auld Lang Syne,” and includes a CD with a recording of the song.
  1. “New Year’s Resolutions” by Alison Reynolds: This book teaches young children about the concept of making and keeping resolutions, and includes ideas for resolutions they can make themselves.
  2. “The New Year Dragon Dilemma” by Grace Lin: In this charming story, a young dragon must find a way to keep the mischievous New Year’s Eve fireworks dragon from causing chaos in the village.
  3. “New Year, New You!” by Sandra Magsamen: This book encourages young children to think about the things they want to change or improve in the new year, and includes interactive prompts and activities to help them set goals and make plans.
  4. “New Year, New Me!” by Bob Shea: This is a fun and playful story about a young animal who decides to make a resolution to be more adventurous and try new things in the new year.
  5. “A Very Happy New Year” by Felicity Brooks: This book introduces young children to the concept of the new year and the traditions and celebrations that go along with it, including making resolutions and having parties.

I hope these suggestions are helpful!

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