The Vine: December 4, 2013
Welcome back to the Happy Hellidays iteration of The Vine — it's all Ask The Readers and holiday etiquette from now 'til New Year's.
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My sister-in-law lives in the south and has two daughters, one of whom doesn't believe it is currently winter, as they haven't had any snow yet. She was hoping for some winter-themed children's books that don't involve snow, for kids in the 2-8 year range. The only ones I've found so far are Mexican Christmas books, which are fine, but we were hoping for some more variety (not just Christmas, not just Mexican/Latino). Does the Nation have suggestions?
Thanks so much,
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