Nobody looks forward to the New Year like children! With anticipation of a miracle, with a sinking heart, with endless questions “when? when?”, with sincere joy because of the first snow or a decorated Christmas tree. How to prolong and nourish this feeling in your children and give them magical winter memories that they will carry through their whole lives? Here, as usual, books will help you. We have collected wonderful New Year's books for kids - those that will strengthen faith in a miracle. The best books about the New Year for kids are not necessarily books that tell directly about the holiday. In this rating, we have collected atmospheric winter stories, from which the soul becomes calm and warm. Books about the New Year for kids are books about a home and a refuge in which you can hide from the storm and bad weather, stories about winter entertainment, about the nature of cold, snow and ice and about what a person can oppose to a harsh winter. Namely, about family, care and love. New Year's books for kids, collected in this rating, are good to read in the evening before going to bed, when the whole apartment is plunged into a soft half-sleep. Turn on the lights on the tree, climb under the covers with your child and allow yourself to slow down, plunge into magical winter stories. The best of them are interesting not only for kids, but also for older children and, of course, for adults, who often also lack the fabulous and wonderful in their lives. And books about the New Year and winter will be a good gift for kids. Wrap them in pretty paper and place them with the rest of the wrapped gifts. Just do not be discouraged if at first the child prefers other gifts to the new book - for example, a lego or a new doll. Toys and books are not rivals, but allies. On the first of January, give your baby plenty of play with his favorite toys, and then take him under your wing and leaf through the book together - admire the pictures, rustle the pages. In this rating of books about New Year and Christmas for kids, we tried to collect the newest books, although the golden classics in the person of Sven Nordqvist also crept here. If you haven't read his Winter Stories yet, get started! And if sometime in childhood you fell in love with the world of the Moomin trolls, pay attention to the books by Lisa Moroni and Ulrika Kestere. Lovers of beautiful and poignant philosophical stories and stunning illustrations will surely love Sandra Dieckmann's book. You may remember her from the book Miracle, published several years ago, with a sad and touching story. Read to children, read with children, give children books, and may the coming year be generous with high-quality children's (and not only!) Literature!