15 Christmas books for kids of all ages!
This fantastic collection of Christmas books for kids is well-rounded and picked for toddlers, preschoolers, and big kids.
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Yep. This children’s book is on top of the list for a reason. We love it! Blue heads out to town to deliver Christmas trees. It is a mix of rhythm and counting.
Take a trip around the globe to discover how families leave Christmas cookies for Santa.
This children’s book is another favorite Christmas book that led us to a Christmas tree farm last winter. This year, we are headed back to the farm for a fresh one!
This Christmas book for kids takes me back to my childhood. I love seeing New York City covered in wintery lights through the eyes of Red and Lulu.
Have you read this classic? Bear is ready to hibernate for the winter, and his animal friends insist he stays awake.
Is there an Eric Carle book I don’t love? The answer is no. I enjoy them all! Dream Snow is another hit from a favorite author.
When I was a child, we read this book every year on Christmas Eve. Now I have my classic edition to read to my children as well.
Just like the snowman at night, this is another fun and simple tale about what snowmen do after the sun goes down—a whimsical Christmas book for kids.
This children’s book is a wordless story that creates lots of conversation with kids—a great book to snuggle in after a long day and connect.
I read this book every year as a teacher and continue to read it to my children. This winter tale makes us feel like we are walking through a snowy day.
Jan Brett’s books always leave me in awe. Her illustrations are detailed and bring on lots of discussions. The best part is little sneak peeks that help with making predictions about what will happen next.
We watched the Polar Express 500 times a few years in a row. It was a FAVORITE. Including this picture book in our collection was a must.
Sandra Boynton is another favorite author of mine. Her books are short and playful—a fun collection for toddlers and early preschoolers.