I cannot believe that December is almost here! It’s time that I bring out our Christmas books and begin reading 1 or 2 each day. We own so many Christmas Books that we will need to read a few each day all month long in order to get through them all! This month’s free printable calendar is also clickable with links to Amazon so you can buy a book if you see one that you do not own!
Bear Stays Up for Christmas Celebrate the holidays with Bear and his friends in this sweet picture book from bestselling author Karma Wilson!
A modern Christmas classic about how the animals prepare a cozy welcome for the baby Jesus.
The Christmas Wish
This New York Times bestselling Nordic tale in the tradition of The Snowman, The Polar Express, and the many books of Jan Brett will have readers of all ages believing in the magic of Christmas. This is one to pull out every year and savor!
The Christmas Story for Children tells readers about the birth of a special baby whose story is filled with love for us all. Young readers as well as their parents will appreciate the beautiful words and artwork that convey the message that we are loved and cherished.
The Littlest Elf Oliver may be the littlest elf in the North Pole, but he has a big desire to discover his very special job in Santa’s workshop! But after getting lost in the toy shop, making a mess at the book shop, and falling in the mixing machine at the bakery, is the littlest elf just too little?
How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
“Every Who down in Who-ville liked Christmas a lot . . . but the Grinch, who lived just north of Who-ville, did NOT!” Not since “
The Christmas Story It’s simple but poetic text gently invites children to hear the story of Jesus’ birth in a stable in Bethlehem.
Corduroy’s Christmas Surprise
Christmas is coming, and Corduroy has a list of gifts he’d like from Santa-until he discovers the true meaning of Christmas is not about train sets and ice skates, but about good friends
God Gave Us Christmas As Little Cub and her family prepare to celebrate the most special day of the year, the curious young polar bear begins to wonder…
The gentle beauty of the story of the first Christmas is now available as a board book. With a simple, lyrical text and radiant artwork, this book is perfect for the youngest child to be a part of the wonder of the Nativity.
That cold winter’s night,beneath the star’s light… …a Little One came for the world.
The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey
Jonathan Toomey is the best woodcarver in the valley, but he is always alone and never smiles. No one knows about the mementos of his lost wife and child that he keeps in an unopened drawer. But one early winter’s day, a widow and her young son approach him with a gentle request that leads to a joyful miracle. The moving, lyrical tale, gloriously illustrated by P.J. Lynch, has been widely hailed as a true Christmas classic.
This Is the Stable
A gorgeous, poetic new version of the Nativity story
Wondrous things are happening in this humble little stable. The animals are gathering round. Shepherds and wise men and angels are coming from afar. All of them are flocking to see the Christ child, born this night in Bethlehem.
In The Berenstain Bears and The Joy of Giving Brother and Sister Bear can’t wait for Christmas and all the presents they’ll open. But during the Christmas Eve pageant, something special happens! The Bear cubs learn a very valuable lesson about the joy of giving to others.
Christmas is here and Mr. Willowby’s tree has arrived! There’s just one big problem . . . the tree is too tall to fit in his parlor.
Merry Christmas Mom and Dad Mercer Mayer’s Little Critter is getting ready for Christmas in this classic, funny, and heartwarming book
Danny’s friend the dinosaur has never experienced Christmas before, so he and Danny decide to celebrate—dino-style! But what will happen when the museum director isn’t so happy with the new museum decorations?
Girls and boys ages 2 to 5 will have great fun finding more than 30 flaps to lift in this sturdy board book as they counting down the days to Christmas with Elmo and his Sesame Street friends.
There are only five days until Christmas, and the Littlest Christmas Tree is still waiting for a home. All it wants is for a family to take it home, decorate it, and sing its favorite song, “Oh Christmas tree, Oh Christmas tree, how lovely are thy branches…”
Benjamin Bear is so impatient for Christmas to come. To help the time pass more quickly, his mother tells him that every day when he opens a door on his Advent calendar she’ll tell him a story–“”twenty-four stories all about another little bear and his long, arduous journey to Bethlehem.
We’ve all heard the story of the three wise men who brought their gifts to Baby Jesus. But what about the camels who carried them?
The Berenstain Bears and the Christmas Angel It is almost Christmas and there is finally snow in Bear Country. Brother, Sister, and Honey Bear are ready to build a snowbear … until Honey Bear’s snow angel gives the cubs a better idea.
The Little Match Girl The luminous art of three-time Caldecott Honor recipient Jerry Pinkney transforms the nineteenth-century Danish girl of Andersen’s tale into a child plucked straight from America’s melting pot, shedding new light on the invisibility of the poor among the prosperous-a circumstance as familiar in Andersen’s day as it is in our ow
Polar Express by A young boy, lying awake one Christmas Eve, is welcomed aboard a magical trip to the North Pole . . .
With gentle, lyrical text from Margaret Wise Brown and heartwarming illustrations from Caldecott Honor-winning artist Diane Goode, Christmas in the Barn introduces young readers to the story of the first Christmas.