Last weekend we put up our tree and decorated the house. That includes getting out my Christmas books and displaying them in the living room. I got this Happy Holidays basket a few years ago during an after-Christmas sale. I use the basket year round by turning it around so the holiday words are facing the wall, or sometimes I remove the liner all together. I put this basket in the living room and this is where I placed all our holiday books so they are separate from our other books and the kids can easily see them and read them whenever they want.
Also, this year I went light on the decorations because this little guy wanted to get into everything.
Even had to hang the stocking up extra high so he wouldn't pull them down. Just look at him on the chair scheming a way to get them.
One thing he is learning to do is to sit still for story time. It's so cute, he'll bring me a book and snuggle up right next to me on the couch. He's also finally letting me turn the pages and read the entire story (as long as it's not too long).
So here's my list of must read Christmas books for kids. Affiliate links provided so you can easily buy these for your own Christmas collection.
This is a fun and silly book great for younger kids. Just goes to show you how a Dad would do anything for his kids.
We have this in board book form so it's great for babies and toddlers. It's a cute story about how a gift from the heart means more than all the goodies and festivities at Christmastime.
This has become a classic in our home as well as the movie. I can't wait to watch the movie this year with our train loving two year old. One year we did our own version called the "Mini Van Express" where the kids got tickets and we drove around looking at all the Christmas lights. You can find out all about that adventure HERE.
Another fun book for little kids, even non readers can enjoy this and perhaps look at it on their own, giving you some time to bake or wrap presents.
A collection of stories to read to your kids that illustrate kindness and becoming more like our Savior this Christmas season.
What are some of your favorite Christmas books to read to your kids?
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