Christmas is the season of warmth, joy, and nostalgia. It is the season to get together with your family and friends and make the best of the year-end.
The advent of Christmas is filled with so many fun activities – decorating your house, watching Christmas movies (psst…Die-hard totally counts, okay?), making snowmen, baking gingerbread cookies, and sipping on peppermint hot chocolate.
However, at times it becomes hard to get your rambunctious kids to sit down and enjoy the moment with you. Kids just want to play with their toys or run around eating cookies, don’t they?
So what are a few things you can do to get your kids to sit still and spend time with you? Of course, board games are great fun for the whole family, but reading books for kids together is an excellent activity to spend one-on-one time with your children.
Children’s books are like a gateway to fantastical new worlds, and Christmas is filled with the feeling of joy and nostalgia. Join the two together, and you get Christmas books for kids.
Get Your Kids In A Reading Mood
The large print on this book can help your little ones appreciate the words and beautiful imagery—a must-have for all your bedtime stories during Christmas.
This Christmas classic is a must-have for your Christmas book list. Not only are the pictures so very pretty, but this edition features a child’s perspective for your kids to relate to. In addition, the beautiful illustrations just capture attention with every turn of the page.
Mr. Clausen is the new substitute teacher. Jack and his friends are puzzled by the man’s familiar beard, Ho-Ho-Hoing, and his propensity for milk and cookies for snacks.
The apt book for anyone who loves unicorns and Christmas. A beautiful story about the friendship between beings and humans – this book is truly heartwarming.
Mia misses her father on Christmas day. However, a magical escapade awaits her as she is whisked away on a fantastic adventure through a postbox?
Did you think humans are the only ones who celebrate Christmas? Think again – here’s a hilarious look at how tiny crayons and their families enjoy the holiday season.
Although on the pricey side, this edition of the book by Dr. Seuss comes with a plush Grinch. Hug the soft plushy and enjoying how the Grinch turns over a new leaf in this timeless classic tale.
A gentle teaching book that tells children how people around the world welcome Santa. From milk and cookies to ginger tea, Santa gets a veritable feat every year.
Dasher wishes to travel the world away from the circus. One day she gets an opportunity to meet a red-suited man named Santa, who takes her along on a magical journey.
The magic of Christmas is dying, and not even Santa can stop it. Read this humorous tale about Amelia, an ordinary girl who ends up saving Christmas.
Christmas Books – A Near Endless List
So, there you have it – a beautiful activity for parents and children to enjoy together.
The holiday season brings inherent warmth and joy – and what better to experience it than with some good books and bonding moments.
Books have been my safe place ever since I have been a child. And the opportunity to share this with my child makes me so happy.
This is our list of Christmas books for the holiday season – leave a comment below sharing yours!