With such a wealth of great gift book options on offer this year, we wanted to make your gift giving easier than ever!
This fall we asked some of Canada's best bloggers and book reviewers to pick a title from our 2016 Gift Guide and review it.
Here are six of our best gift books each with a short review - to read each bloggers full review simply click on the highlighted text!
"...encourages creativity, and helps children to enhance their physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and literacy skills. We found that this book is helpful for our children to think outside the box, and to create unique structures using the variety of LEGO pieces they own. Both my children enjoy using this book to get ideas, then make their own models."
"...a fantastic resource for children of all ages, from those who can't yet read up to middle-grade kids who can read and explore the book independently. Whether explored on the lap of a grown up, as a school research tool or for independent reading, this book will be satisfy your child's need to know all about the world around them."
"The topics cover ideas that kids are likely to be interested in... the articles are all short and varied enough to keep their attention. The unique layout also adds novelty to the reading experience...great for tweens and up!"
"The DC Comics Encyclopedia has virtually everything there is to know about the DC Universe packed into it. There’s so much to discover in this book that you could spend hours flipping through and following the details of each new character you find."
"All the detailed illustrations are stunning and it is fun to learn more about the key locations and places featured in the Star Wars films. You can seriously spend hours looking closely at all of the tiny details inside the buildings, rooms, etc. This is an outstanding book that would make a fantastic gift for any Star Wars fan."
"...a page turner, filled with interesting facts, pictures and origins of almost every breed you could imagine...over 300 pages to turn, and each page is just as interesting as the page before."