Christmas is here. All the people decorating the Christmas tree, picking out presents, and donning the home with garlands and lights.
Some of the fun Christmas activities to do with our families are to watch a Christmas movie for kids or play a Christmas game for kids, but even more special is to read a favorite Christmas book or more with kids.
Here are some fun, educational, and interesting Christmas books for kids (and not only). Take a look.
A fresh spin on the famous holiday favorite ballet, The Nutcracker. A young girl named Georgie gets the role of a lifetime: Clara in The Nutcracker ballet. But when the Nutcracker’s magic begins to seep into the real world, Georgie must save her friend, the Nutcracker, and most especially, herself.
- All the Little Snowflakes
All the Little Snowflakes is a perfect choice for the young reader who loves to interact with their stories.
- Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Christmas Stories
Laura Ingalls Wilder’s beloved classics. This edition includes bonus material such as games and activities!
- All the Colors of Christmas
A diverse cast of children in All the Colors of Christmas shows us that Christmas is composed of all the colors of the rainbow and best celebrated together with the ones we love.
- Here Comes Santa Cat
Cat knows he hasn’t behaved this year, and he’s pretty sure Santa just might skip him. Join Cat for this fun-filled story as he learns the true meaning and spirit of gift-giving.
- A Charlie Brown Christmas
A classic and pretty famous book. A Charlie Brown Christmas is a must for any holiday reading session and will help spark conversations about the true meaning of the season.
- Silent Night (The Christmas Choir)
The beloved holiday song is brought to life in this favorite reimagining that highlights the diversity of the world in lush, detailed illustrations.
- The Tree That’s Meant to Be
This tale tells the story of a lonely Christmas tree that learns what it means to be loved when the forest animals adopt it as their own, proving each of us is worthy of love just as we are.
- I Got the Christmas Spirit
I Got the Christmas Spirit follows one joy-filled little girl on the perfect holiday outing with her mother, spreading holiday happiness to everyone around her and proving that the season is about giving.
- Letters From Father Christmas
J.R.R. Tolkien’s kids got a letter from Father Christmas every year, with detailed stories and illustrations to go with each. Here, his magical notes are remembered for all to enjoy.
- The Crippled Lamb
One little lamb can’t run and play with the rest of his friends, but he soon finds out there’s a bigger plan for everyone.
- The Night Before Christmas
Number one is the iconic poem by Clement C. Moore—complete with beautiful illustrations.
- How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
Before you watch the kid-favorite Christmas movie this year, read the original children’s story by Dr. Seuss.
- Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Classic Story
The deluxe 50th-anniversary edition comes in beautiful red hardcover for a Christmas keepsake that stands the test of time.
- How to Catch Santa
Here’s a funny Christmas book for young pranksters.
Merry Christmas I Wish You The Best!
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