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New Year's Celebration (Kids)

Enjoy these fabulous books and movies for kids while you bring in a great New Year!

Squirrel's New Year's resolution by Pat Miller

Squirrel cannot think of a New Year's resolution until she realizes that by helping her friends, she has made one after all

Frog and friends : celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Eve by Eve Bunting

"A beginning reader book containing three stories in which Frog shares a Thanksgiving feast with his woodland friends, celebrates his first Christmas, and rings in the New Year with a twist on tradition"--Provided by publisher

Happy New Year, Mallory! by Laurie B Friedman

When a bad stomachache sends Mallory to the hospital during a winter reunion with neighbor Mary Ann and their summer camp bunkmates, she is sad that her friends seem to be having great fun without her

Happy New Year, Corduroy by Don Freeman

3 . . . 2 . . . 1 . . . Celebrate with Corduroy! Corduroy and his friends are ringing in the New Year with a party. They drink hot cocoa, play games, and count down to midnight together. This brightly colored shaped board book is perfect for the youngest fans of Corduroy, one of the most adored characters in children?s books for forty years.

Freedom Soup by Tami Charles

When the new year comes, Ti Gran teaches Belle how to make Freedom Soup, while sharing the history of the soup, her family, and Haiti.

New Year's Eve thieves by Ron Roy

While investigating a mystery on New Year's Eve, four friends encounter a big surprise

A frozen New Years' eve

It's the greatest event in the North Pole, the New Year's Dance Party, and all the animals and friends in town, are eager to show off their best moves on stage! Join Santa himself, along with his main reindeer, Mittens, and all your favorites from around town, like Peeps the turkey, Violet the bunny, Lily the cow, Bennie the bear, and Fritz, the wise-cracking ice cream monkey! It's a holiday to remember!

Astrid and Apollo and the happy New Year by V Bidania

Astrid and Apollo are attending the Hmong New Year festival (which is held at a big arena in St. Paul or Minneapolis in November or December), but in the crowded arena they are soon separated from their parents and younger sister, and between rescuing a little lost boy, and getting mistaken for a pair of famous child singers, the festival turns into quite an adventure for the twins.

Every month is a new year : celebrations around the world by Marilyn Singer

"A collection of original poems about New Year celebrations throughout the year and around the world. Includes an introduction about worldwide New Year celebrations plus a map, information about calendars, New Year greetings in many languages, additionalfactual information about the celebrations, and author's sources"--

Holiday Kids. all about New Year's

Kids learn all about the origins of New Year's. What is the history of the calendar? How is New Year's celebrated around the world? What are some U.S. New Year's traditions and customs? The answers to all of these questions are covered in a fun, kid-friendly style with detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video, as well as on-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each segment that reinforce important concepts

Mighty mighty monsters. New fear's eve

Scorned by monster girls and unable to get a date for the New Years Eve monster dance, Vlad accepts Dr. Shcherbatova's 'invite' to participate in the James A. Meredith middle school talk show production. Dragging Frankie and Gunnar along, Vlad's vanity sinks the bros into a lame talk-show filled with soul bearing emotions, facial makeovers and the dreaded New Years Eve human kiss

A Frozen New Year's

Cozy-up tight, it's New Years Eve! Santa and his trusty deer fly high and listen to holiday songs that fill them with cheer! Ride and sing along with the holiday heroes on the most festive of nights!

Feliz new year, Ava Gabriela! by Alexandra Alessandri

Ava Gabriela is excited to celebrate the New Year with her extended family in Colombia, but being around her loud relatives in an unfamiliar place makes her shy and quiet. Includes author's note and glossary of Spanish words.
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