Nothing takes me back to childhood quite like reading a Christmas book that was a favorite of mine 30+ years ago!
If you have little people living at home or grandchildren who love to be read to, you probably have a few of these already, but perhaps you will discover a new title that can become part of your collection!
So here is my list, and I’d love to hear yours in the comments!
Do you remember this classic, The Sweet Smell of Christmas? This one will take you back with just a sniff.
Santa Mouse, my husband’s favorite Christmas book as a little boy!
The Crippled Lamb…sweet, thought-provoking, and beautifully illustrated.
Magical! Love this precious story!
You can quote this one!
The Night Tree…love, love, love this one! A charming story you don’t want to miss.
I’ve posted this one for Easter, as well, and it’s a beautiful story for any time of year. The manger plays a role in this tale, making it a great addition to our Christmas collection.
“Everyone’s favorite woolly sheep is ‘baaaack’ in a Christmas story perfect for any eager child awaiting Santa’s arrival.”
A happy, silly, rhyming story about some clever cows and how they save their Christmas.
A classic for every child!
We never get tired of this one!
“That cold winter’s night, beneath the star’s light…a Little One came for the world.”
A personal favorite…Mr Willowby’s tree is too tall, so he asks his butler to chop off the top. What happens to the treetop? A charming, classic, Christmas tale!
A sweet story my friend Shelley told me about. Heartwarming and appropriate for older children, too.
I Spy Christmas…fun for all ages. One of our all-time favorite books! Beautiful pictures and loads of fun!
Every Christmas, my dear childhood friend, Claire, or my mom add a new Christmas book to our collection, so our shelf is quite full. We never tire of these!
I’d love to hear about your favorite Christmas books! Leave a comment with your favorite ones!
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