Tuesday, November 29, 2016

25 Christmas Books for Children {The Great Christmas Roundup}

I am beyond blessed to be joining hands with Crystal, Liz, Justine and Stephanie for The Great Christmas Roundup! Not only do I adore these ladies but being able to celebrate this special season is an honor I don't want to ever take lightly or for granted.

I'm sharing our favorite 25 Christmas Books for Children. All of these are titles I love and that Kinsey and Brielana both enjoy. Some are classics, some are specific to this year, some are faith-based and some are whimsical but they are all great books to add your child's library. Enjoy! Affiliate links used. A small commission may be received if you purchase an item through my links. Thank you for supporting my blog!
25 Christmas books for Children
In no particular order:

The Night Before Christmas- this title has to end our book Advent Calendar. This version is the one I grew up reading and still cherish.
Santa & the Christ Child- keeping the reason for the season in focus.
A Charlie Brown Christmas (Peanuts)- we ADORE the Peanuts Gang here.
You Are My Miracle- sweetest book ever.
Jingle Bells- the classic song turned book.
The Velveteen Rabbit- who doesn't get touched by this story of love?
Christmas Tree!- this rhyming book is awesome.
The Little Drummer Boy- Keats has soul-stirring illustrations.
The Gingerbread Boy- another one of my childhood favorites.
Christmas Trolls- Brett has the best illustrations! I also like the original Mountain Trolls version.
Olivia Helps with Christmas- the sassiest pig I know.
Peppa's Christmas Wish- the sweetest pig I know (lol).
Polar Express 30th anniversary edition- again these illustrations are wonderful.
The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition Book Only- we're having our inaugural Elf visit and I need to study up ;)
How the Grinch Stole Christmas!- You can't celebrate the season without that grumpy green guy. 
God Gave Us Christmas- I adore this God Gave Us Series. A bit on the wordy side I would say this is for older children 4+.
The Nutcracker- the classic ballet.
Olive, the Other Reindeer- the cartoon is sweet too! Olive is voiced by Drew Barrymore.
And if you do a Christmas Book Advent Calendar these would be great titles to include! Here's our wrapped books all ready to go!

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9 comments:

  1. Love this! We have so many Christmas books that they fill two baskets. Ha ha! And I just keep adding. I just bought There was an old lady who swallowed a bell and it's adorable. We love Pete the Cat Saves Christmas and Click Clack Ho Ho Ho. Books are the best!

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  2. Great choices! Our Elf just brought Little Blue Truck Christmas. So I may have a silly question, do you purchase 25 NEW books every year or are these ones you already own?

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  3. Aaaahhhh, this is the first year in 4 years that I won't be doing the wrapped books :(. It kind of makes me a teensy bit sad, but we've just outgrown the tradition (as much as that pains me to say). I am just going to display our basket of books on the 1st unwrapped.

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  4. I love these books! Such a great collection of titles. Most of these I've read many times with my own littles, but a couple are new to me. :) Thanks so much for participating Whitney!

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  5. This is such a great list! And there are a few we do not currently have! I can't wait to add them to our collection.

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  6. Great list! I spot a few of our favorites and a ton of new ones to add to our list this year.

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  7. great list! my daughter loves to read so i'll be adding a few of these on to her christmas wishlist! xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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  8. SO. MANY. GREAT. BOOKS!!! Our Elf on the Shelf delivers a different holiday book each time he visits, and The Night Before Christmas is always his last book! Our elf has never delivered There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bell, but we have another There Was an Old Lady Book, and I think the Bell version would be a mighty fine addition the the elf's collection!

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  9. So many of these we don't have! I am going to need to make a run to the library and stock up on some new to us books so we can read all things Christmas this month.

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