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For the little fashionista:: LOL Kids Armonk bills (Credit: David Maietta)

For the little fashionista:: LOL Kids Armonk bills itself as the "home to the world's best dressed kids," so if you know a little girl who likes to dress like a diva, this is the place to shop. Owner Vasilika Poniros said that the Silvian Heach Kids feather and faux fur vest, which features fringed beading and a velour ribbon, is selling fast, and is one of the most popular items in the store. ($138; lolkidsarmonk.com)

Holiday gifts for kids from Hudson Valley shops

Looking for a gift for your son, daughter, grandchild or other little one in your life? Store owners from Hudson Valley shops give their recommendations for books, clothing, toys and more. -Compiled by Kirthana Ramisetti

For the little fashionista:: LOL Kids Armonk bills
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For the little fashionista:: LOL Kids Armonk bills itself as the "home to the world's best dressed kids," so if you know a little girl who likes to dress like a diva, this is the place to shop. Owner Vasilika Poniros said that the Silvian Heach Kids feather and faux fur vest, which features fringed beading and a velour ribbon, is selling fast, and is one of the most popular items in the store. ($138; lolkidsarmonk.com)

For game lovers: Eagle-eyed kids who are fans
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For game lovers: Eagle-eyed kids who are fans of the classic card game Memory will surely enjoy Spot It!, a fast-moving card game that's fun for the whole family. Linda Schwartz, owner of Try and Buy Toys in Pleasantville, said Spot It! is a very visual game in which players try to match symbols between any two cards. Although the game is for kids 7 and up, Schwartz said kids as young as 5 can play, too. ($12.99; tryandbuytoys.com)

For a holiday look: For parents who want
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For a holiday look: For parents who want to give their little ones a festive outfit they can wear during the holiday season, Adrian East, owner of Fiersons Young Fashions in Bronxville, recommends this matching velour dress and onesie from Kissy Kissy. The dress, suitable for babies up to 24 months, and onesie, suitable for children 6 to 9 months, feature white cotton peter pan collars and red and green smocking. "It's perfect for a brother/sister first Christmas," East said. (Onesie: $69, dress: $78; fiersons.com)

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For outdoorsy kids: Children who love to explore
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For outdoorsy kids: Children who love to explore the outdoors will enjoy this Farm Explorer gift pack, available at the Stone Barns Center Farm Store in Pocantino Hills. Suitable for ages 6 and up, the gift pack includes the picture book "A Seed is Sleepy," a junior magnifying glass, binoculars and a Sunprint Kit that lets kids make photographic-type prints. All store proceeds benefit the center's public programs, children's education and farmer training. ($37.75; stonebarnscenter.org)

For younger readers: Francine Lucidon, the owner of
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For younger readers: Francine Lucidon, the owner of The Voracious Reader in Larchmont, recommends "The Christmas Quiet Book" by Deborah Underwood and Renata Liwska (Illustrator) for young readers. This picture book, perfect for kids ages 4 to 8, chronicles the quiet moments of joy and anticipation that little ones experience during the Christmas season. ($12.99; thevoraciousreader.com)

For older readers: If you know a bookworm
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For older readers: If you know a bookworm ages 9 or older, Wanda Sgarlata, co-owner of Womrath Bookshop in Bronxville, recommends the latest book in the phenomenally popular "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" series, "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Third Wheel" by Jeff Kinney. Sgarlata calls the book an "absolute must." ($13.95; womrath.com)

For creative kids: Most kids probably wouldn't be
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For creative kids: Most kids probably wouldn't be very excited to receive a gift card -- unless it's for a visit to the Groovy on Grand Design Studio in Croton-on-Hudson. Owner Andrea Andrews said a gift card to her fashion design and crafts studio allows kids ages 6 and up to express their creativity by personalizing items such as T-shirts, leggings, sweatshirts, pillows and blankets. Design options include silk screen, studs, paint, dye, vinyl and appliqué. (Gift card prices vary between $25 and $30 depending on the item; groovyongrand.com)

For the little superhero: Young fans of Batman,
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For the little superhero: Young fans of Batman, Superman and other superheroes can dress like their favorite characters with these D Xtreme graphic tees, available at Mimi's Treasures in Pearl River. Owner Kelly Maris said the superhero shirts are her store's hottest items for boys. ($32; www.mimistreasures.net)

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