Our Favorite Christmas Books: Part One

Luke is 3 years, 8 months old and Lilah is 2 years, 4 months old.



We have been enjoying TONS of Christmas books this holiday season, so I thought it’d be nice to share the ones we have in case you are looking to start or add to your own collection.  These are a mix of religious and non-religious Christmas books in totally random order.  


**Before reading any new book to your child, I highly recommend reading it first yourself to be sure it’s appropriate for your child’s maturity level and melds with your family’s beliefs.  For some books, I have added notes in italics for your consideration.

by Trinka Hakes Noble

by Michelle Medlock Adams

by Ezra Jack Keats
by Karma Wilson
by Pearl S. Buck 
(**This book is told by an older man looking back at a Christmas when he was 15, and in the current time his father has passed away.  There is a brief mention of this at the beginning and again at the end.)

by Mary Manz Simon 
(a complete story using only 20 words; great for beginning readers)
by Mary Manz Simon 
(a complete story using only 17 words; great for beginning readers)

by Joanne Bader 
(Bible Rhyme Story Time)

by Eric Carle

by Crystal Bowman 
(ZonderKidz)

by Dr. Seuss

by Melissa Lagonegro and illustrated by the Disney Storybook Artists 
(Step into Reading, level 1)

by Vivian Walsh and J. Otto Seibold

The Twelve Days of Christmas 
illustrated by John Patience 
(a Pop-Up Christmas Classic)

by Norman Bridwell

by David Small 
(not technically a Christmas story, but there is a brief mention)

by Martin Waddell

by Cynthia Cotton

by Susan Wojciechowski

by Will Hillenbrand 
(Personally, I’m not very fond of this one; I find it difficult to read and follow the storyline, but it is one of L&L’s most requested.)

Stay tuned for Our Favorite Christmas Books: Part Two!!



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