Friday, December 7, 2012

Gibbs- Smith Publishing #christmasjubilee #giveaway







Christmas at our house wouldn't be the same without books, books and more books! Gibbs Smith has an array of great Christmas gift ideas this holiday season. From BabyLit, to cooking, to pocketdoodles, something for everyone on your shopping list!




What a beautiful way to share the classic Christmas Carol with your youngest!! Super introduction, using colors as the theme of the story. I love the illustrations in this book and the simplicity for babies and toddlers!



Mrs. Claus is in love with Paris as she takes in the sites and fashion of the beloved city! Santa comes to whisk her back home to get ready for the gift giving of Christmas Eve. 
Fun play on the old classic!



From simple recipes like toffee and fudge to creative candy delights that kids enjoy creating like silly snowmen, colorful lollipops and seashell pearls. Great ideas for themed birthday parties, and social gatherings. Have the kids pitch in and help with your next holiday bash with their own cookbook!





Doodle books are a must for us at Christmas! The kids use their doodlebook throughout the year and by Christmas have hopes for a new one. They are so fun and creative. I love to see their imagination go wild with these. Gibbs-Smith has several doodle books in different themes!


For the girl who wants to doodle her deepest thoughts! Use as a memory book sort of tool by sharing your hobbies, trips and friends. Save ticket stubs and use different mediums to personalize the book.



Lots of great choices for Kids as well as Adults at Gibbs-Smith!!

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16 comments:

  1. Classic Southern Cooking or Atlanta Kitchens

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  2. i like the pocketdoodles for girls

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  3. I like 101 things to do with a salad

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  4. Backyard Birding For Kids. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

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  5. Grandma's Night Before Christmas
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  6. Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking

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  7. My kids would love Cooking On A Stick : Campfire Recipes for Kids
    Illustrated

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  8. I'd like Alice in Wonderland : A BabyLit Colors Primer for my niece. Thanks!

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  9. mastering the art of southern cooking definitely!

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  10. Origami Zoo : 25 Fun Paper Animal Creations!

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  11. Balloonology or Superhero doodles for kids

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