I love giving books for Christmas- in fact, they’re one of my favorite gifts to give. Finding that perfect book, writing a special message in it and watching people’s faces light up as they open and read it makes my heart full.
I enjoy searching for and purchasing new Christmas books to gift my kids each year. Here are some great ones I wanted to share with you:
Cowgirl Christmas is a charming story celebrating the joy and magic of Christmas. Snow is falling, the decorations are up, treats are prepared, gifts are wrapped, there is fun to be had. Follow along with Cowgirl and Duchess as they bring cheer to their community.
Rediscover the true meaning of Christmas with this magical adventure full of friendship, love and joy.
Cami and Wyatt love Christmas. They love Santa, Christmas decorations and Christmas cookies. And they love Christmas PRESENTS! Christmas this year is looking to be the best one yet, but things change when new neighbors move in. Cami and Wyatt notice that they seem lonely and sad. Can Cami and Wyatt befriend their shy new neighbors and figure out how to share the true meaning of Christmas? Cami and Wyatt Share the Christmas Spirit is a heartwarming children’s book you’ll want to read again and again. Full of Christmas magic, this beautiful picture book will remind you that the true meaning of Christmas lies in our hearts.
Join the creatures of the forest as they all come together to throw a festive winter’s ball in this adorable, rhyming holiday book.
It’s Christmas Eve and Rachel can’t wait for Santa to come. She’s too excited to go to sleep. As Santa waits to make his delivery, Mister Moon persuades Rachel to go up to bed. Will she be asleep in time for Santa to deliver her presents? This lovely book brings Christmas Eve to life, making it a fabulous bedtime story for parents to share and for young independent readers.
The Christmas season brings joy, gifts and treats and also the thrill of decorating the Christmas tree. Follow Timble the mouse, as he sets out to find the perfect Christmas tree and learns a valuable lesson about being himself.
The books is inspired by the classic song “White Christmas”, but as imagined through the eyes of a young African-American child living in the city. The words and images celebrate many of the wonderful brown things we all enjoy at Christmastime like fresh-baked cookies, warm cups of hot chocolate and a golden brown turkey hot from the oven. Most importantly, it celebrates the many shades of brown we see on the faces of family and friends.
Follow the hilarious antics of a lovable elf named Trip, as he struggles to make Santa proud. With his clumsy escapades causing mayhem, can Santa help Trip find the perfect job? Will he ever find his place to shine? The Clumsy Elf is a Christmas treat children will adore, and is sure to be a fun festive favorite. Let the Christmas elf chaos begin!
Are you looking ways to motivate your child to brush their teeth? Check out this fun and creative story designed to encourage children to brush diligently and at the same time care about for the earth. Environmental issues and personal hygiene go hand in hand with the help of some fairy dust.
When a sweet girl, Brooke Lynn, sends a personal letter to Santa Claus, she hopes and prays he will receive her special request for her friend. Endless visions of elves, flying reindeer, and St. Nick delivering gifts swirl in her head. Did this curious youngster hear Santa Claus late last night or was it all a dream? Early the next day, she tiptoes down the stairs and spies a red box under the tree. What will she find? Mistletoe, holly, and yuletide festivities are delicately woven throughout each vibrant illustration accompanying this sparkly rhyming story.
What are your favorite Christmas books? May you have a happy holiday season with your families and give the gift of reading to someone special in your life this year.