Sometimes, you’re looking for a specific kind of Christmas book, but it’s hard to find one because the bookstore or library has them all just categorized as “Christmas.”
Whether you’re looking for a Santa story, a Christmas version of your child’s favorite book, or a sweet story to read together, this list will have you covered with suggestions for exactly the kind of book you want.
- If you’re looking for a Santa story, pick up My Pen Pal, Santa or Little Santa.
- Want a classic to read to your child? Grab How the Grinch Stole Christmas or The Nutcracker.
- If you want something heartwarming, check out The Story of Holly and Ivy or The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey.
- If you are searching for a book about the nativity, try Room for a Little One or Christmas is Here.
- Does your child already have a favorite literary character and you want a Christmas version of it? How about Olivia Helps with Christmas or Llama Llama Holiday Drama?
Looking for more great Christmas tales? Check out our list of Classic and Soon-to-be-Classic Christmas Reads.
Question of the Day
What’s your families favorite holiday book to read together?
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