Our Favorite Christmas Books: Part Two

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 20 books are a mix of religious and non-religious books in totally random order. If you missed part one of our collection, click here!

**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.


retold and illustrated by Tomie dePaola
(**In this story, the mother of the little girl becomes ill and can’t be with the family for Christmas.)

by Eve Bunting


by Anne Vittur Kennedy 
(ZonderKidz)


by Dandi Daley Mackall 
(Concordia Publishing House) 


by Joyce Dunbar 

by Clement C. Moore 

by Jean Marzollo 

by Mary D. Lankford 

illustrated by Jan Brett 

by Holley Gerth 

by Ray Gibson and Fiona Watt 
(Usborne) 

by Cass R. Sandak
(An Easy-Read Holiday Book) 

by Carol North 
(A Golden Book) 


by Will Hillenbrand 

by Hisako Aoki 

by Jan Brett 
(not technically Christmas) 

illustrated by Lauren Castillo 
(words from the King James Bible) 

by Dandi Daley Mackall 
(Concordia Publishing House) 

by Robert Barry 

by Martha Jander 
(Concordia Publishing House)


Which of these have you read?  

Stay tuned for Our Favorite Christmas Books: Part Three!

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