Annick's 2022 Holiday Gift Guide
Our holiday gift guide is here! If you are trying to find the perfect gift, the Annick Gift Guide is here to help! Whether it is your child who is learning to read for the first time, your teenager who is a picky reader, or your friend who only reads non-fiction, browse our gift guide to discover amazing books for anyone on your list.
Award-winning books make perfect gifts! If you are looking for the perfect gift for your special someone, you can't go wrong with some of our most buzzed-about and award-winning books of 2022!
- The Words In My Hands by Asphyxia
- The Power of Style: How Fashion and Beauty Are Being Used to Reclaim Cultures by Christian Allaire
- Abuelita and Me by Leonarda Carranza, illustrated by Rafael Mayani
- Treaty Words by Aimée Craft, illustrated by Luke Swinson
- Wild Outside by Les Stroud, illustrated by Andrew P. Barr, photographs by Laura Bombier
Are you looking for the perfect gift for your teenager? Look no further! Even the pickiest reader on your list will enjoy these books.
- The Queen of Junk Island by Alexandra Mae Jones
- My Long List of Impossible Things by Michelle Barker
- The House of One Thousand Eyes by Michelle Barker
For the person who loves scary movies and spooky vibes all year long:
- A House Unsettled by Trynne Delaney
- The Wolf Suit by Sid Sharp
- The Ghost Collector by Allison Mills
For the people in your life who are expecting a new addition in the new year, give them the gift of their baby's first library.
- Red is Best by Kathy Stinson, illustrated by Robin Baird Lewis
- Llamas With Lemonade: An Unusual Animal ABC by Ariana Koultourides
- The Mole Sisters and the Rainy Day by Roslyn Schwartz
- Classic Munsch ABC by Robert Munsch, illustrated by Michael Martchenko
For those who are always wanting to learn something new:
- More Than Money by Hadley Dyer & Mitchell Bernard, illustrated by Paul Gill
- Why Does My Shadow Follow Me? More Science Questions from Real Kids by Kira Vermond, illustrated by Suharu Ogawa
- Chasing Bats and Tracking Rats by Cylita Guy PhD, illustrated by Cornelia Li
- Searching Beyond the Stars by Nicole Mortillaro, illustrated by Amanda Key
Graphic Novels with amazing illustrations and gripping plots that will keep any reader hooked from start to finish:
- Four Faces of the Moon by Amanda Strong
- Rabbit Chase by Elizabeth LaPensée, illustrated by KC Oster, translated by Aarin Dokum
- Living With Viola by Rosena Fung
Picture books that every child (and adult) will love!
- Buffalo Wild! by Deidre Havrelock, illustrated by Azby Whitecalf
- My Name Is Saajin Singh by Kuljinder Kaur Brar, illustrated by Samrath Kaur
- Salma the Syrian Chef by Danny Ramadan, illustrated by Anna Bron
- Bharatanatyam in Ballet Shoes by Mahak Jain, illustrated by Anu Chouhan