Christmas is almost here. It's never too early to get your reading list in the holiday spirit. We've gathered 25 beloved Children's Christmas books that we've enjoyed through the years for you to read and warm your heart and home this holiday season.
This is a touching story about loss and healing with beautiful illustrations that convey the message of Christmas in a wonderful way. It is about a Woodcarver Jonathan Toomey who lost his wife and child many years ago and has been sad in his life ever since until one day a widower and her son come to ask him to carve them a nativity scene in time for Christmas. Get your copy and an extra box of tissues.
It is a lovely story about a family who lives in a remote village in the Appalachian mountains.
With her father off fighting in WW1, will Ruthie and her mother be able to get the Christmas tree for their church as it is her family’s turn?
For an old fashioned Christmas feeling, spend Christmas at the turn of the 20th century; this is a cute book about Swedish children's lives during the holidays. It is written by Astrid Lindgreen, the author of Pippi Longstocking. Great story. Colourful, vibrant pictures.
A beautifully illustrated story about kindness and how the stocking came to be a symbol of Christmas
This book is about a little girl's first Christmas in the prairie.
It is a book with Beautiful photography of wintry scenes and a Scandinavian girl Anja on her journey to the north pole to become one of Santa’s elves.
It is the story of a boy who doesn’t have a lot of money and wants to give his dad a gift. It is a beautifully written story of love and service and the true meaning of Christmas by Pulitzer prize recipient and noble prize in literature recipient Pearl Buck.
Heartwarming British tradition Christmas book by Shirley Hughes
It is the story of a young girl, Lucy, in a small town and the candy cane's meaning.
A moving story of wonderful coincidences and a family as they move to a new state to start a new Church.
It is a story of a boy and his father selling Christmas trees in downtown New York during the Great Depression. It is A beautifully illustrated book and a great message. One being: “To those who give without looking back and those who receive without forgetting.” Plus, the back of the book has an interesting historical note how the first Christmas tree was erected at Rockefeller Center and how the tradition has continued.