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One of my favorite holiday rituals is reading a famous “Christmas book for Children” We read these books year after year, whether they’re classics or contemporary favorites, and they’ve become a staple of our celebrations.

These timeless Christmas books have stood the test of time and are still as popular now as they were when originally published. Many of these were part of my childhood memories, and my own children also treasure them. In addition, the newer additions are quickly becoming household favorites.

Here are some lovely Christmas books for kids.

  1. Jane Werner Watson’s The Christmas Story is illustrated by Eloise Wilkin.

This book has become a popular Christmas classic for families thanks to its gorgeous pictures and easy retelling of Christ’s birth. It is one of the most popular children’s books about the Christmas tale, having first been published in 1952.

  1. Gloria Houston’s The Year of the Perfect Christmas Tree is illustrated by Barbara Cooney.

This timeless classic, well-known for its sincere message, will stay with you long after you’ve finished reading it. It’s a touching storey about family, sacrifice, and heartfelt gifts set in a small Appalachian village.

  1. Clement C. Moore’s The Night Before Christmas, illustrated by Corinne Malvern

In this timeless Christmas tale, a young father wakes up to find Santa Claus shimmying down his chimney. This timeless Little Golden Book from 1949 is now accessible for a new generation of readers to enjoy.

04.Rick Bunsen’s Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is illustrated by Golden Books.

This reimagining of the famous film takes you to the North Pole and on a Christmas adventure. Anyone who enjoys the annual stop-motion film will enjoy reading the book. It’s a fantastic stocking stuffer!

  1. Eric Carle’s Dream Snow

This modern classic is a must-read for every family because of its vibrant artwork, straightforward prose, and uplifting holiday story. Lifting snowy flaps to reveal farm animals and pressing a button that lights up a tree and plays holiday music will delight young children as they engage with the story.

  1. Robert Barry’s Mr. Willowby’s Christmas Tree

The top of Mr. Willowby’s Christmas tree is too tall for his parlour, so he cuts it off and gives it to the maid. who then cuts off the top and gives it away. The tree has brought delight to a wide variety of individuals and animals at the end of the merry tale.

  1. The Crayons’ Christmas, by Drew Daywalt, is drawn by Oliver Jeffers.

This festive chapter of the Crayons series is jam-packed with interactive fun! Read the Crayons’ folded letters, find out how Duncan celebrates the holidays, and much more.

  1. The Christmas Treasury of Jan BrettJan Brett’s Christmas Treasury is a collection of works by Jan Brett.

Jan Brett’s popular Christmas classics, including The Wild Christmas Reindeer and The Mitten, are included in this ideal gift box.

  1. Patricia M. Scarry’s The Sweet Smell of Christmas is illustrated by J.P. Miller.

With this deliciously scented storybook, scratch and smell your way to festive pleasure. This holiday favourite for kids and parents alike is a modern classic about a bear getting ready for Christmas. It’s a must-have for the holidays!

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