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Christmas Books – My Reader’s Favourite

| November 17, 2013 | 17 Comments

30 Christmas Books - I challenge you not to find something new!

I asked my Facebook reader’s what their favourite Christmas books EVER where – I can’t resist a good Christmas Story and I was looking for some new reads with the kids this Advent season. My Facebook readers then asked if I could pull the list together here for them. So I have. I apologise if there are no “descriptions” of the books, as I don’t know them all myself (plenty for me to explore). They are also in no particular order!

Please Note: I HAVE added affiliate links, which help me raise a little money towards the running of the site, whilst you shop. I hope that is ok!!

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25 Christmas Lane

Harvey Slumfenburger’s Christmas Present

Wombat Divine

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Christmas Wombat

The Jolly Christmas Postman

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas

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Nightmare Before Christmas

The Night Before Christmas

The Polar Express

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Rocking Horse Christmas

The Snowman

Lucy & Tom’s Christmas

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Olive The Other Reindeer

Father Christmas Needs a Wee

Little One, We Know You’d Come

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The Latke Who Wouldn’t Stop Screaming

Alpaca Saves Christmas

The Children of Green Knowe

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Mr Willowby’s Christmas Tree

Princes & Fairy: A Very Sparkly Christmas

Granny goes to Bethlehem

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Santa Mouse

Auntie Clause

12 Days of Christmas

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Russel the Sheep Saves Christmas

The 12 Dogs of Christmas

The Gift of the Magi

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The Box of Delights (for older kids)

The Christmas Cookie Sprinkle Snitcher

The Animal’s Christmas Eve

So, I do hope you like this wonderful list of eclectic Christmas books – there are traditional Christmas books, funny Chirstmas books and modern Christmas books.. What is YOUR favourite book and which of the above are you tempted to get?!

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  1. Lauren says:

    We like “Going Home” by Eve Bunting. And I *still* tear up a bit at the end of Wombat Divine!

  2. Luda C says:

    We love “Stick Man”. Our favourite this time of the year! :)

  3. Rob Dixon says:

    Our family favorite is “the Christmas Mystery” by Jostein Gaarder

  4. Johanna GGG says:

    I love this list and have a love of christmas books – when we were little we loved Santa’s Toy Shop by al dempster, last year I really loved Room for a Little One by Martin Waddell from the library and this year I am excited to have a wonderful book by my friend Nicki Greenberg, The Naughtiest Reindeer – always gives Sylvia a laugh.

    The jolly postman is one of my favourites in your list – such a delightful book and I think I would like to have a gander at Russell the Sheep Saves Christmas.

    Now I am looking forward to getting out the Christmas books in a couple of weeks

  5. Yay, so glad The Polar Express made it. I’ve heard there’s an actual Polar Express train journey you can ride at this time of year … complete with hot chocolate!!

    I also love, love Dream Snow by the ever so talented Eric Carle (Hungry Caterpillar), oh that ending *sigh*

  6. Viv says:

    We’ve just come across Mortimer’s Christmas Manger – it’s our new favourite. Thanks for the list, will have to go exploring. :)

  7. Elaine says:

    Love this list :-). I will definatley be adding a couple of these to our christmas box. Our favourite is The Christmas Handbook by Malcolm Bird and Alan Dart, it has so many great christmas crafts and cute illustrations and just about everything a child needs to know about christmas. It’s out of print now but I got a copy from eBay for £2.

  8. Mammasaurus says:

    What a fab range – we love Happy Christmas to you too Blue Kangaroo from Emma Chichester-Clark the best x

  9. audra says:

    My childhood favorite is Jolly Old Santa Clause By George Hinke. The illustrations are beautiful.
    Don’t forget the “best Christmas pageant ever”

  10. Lucy says:

    Dear Santa by Rod Campbell is a great one for infants and toddlers.

  11. julie rowland says:

    I’ll Be Home For Christmas (Toot & Puddle)by Hollie Hobbie

    and

    Melrose and Croc a Christmas to Remember by Emma Chichester Clark

  12. Carol Schmitt says:

    Cookie Count by Robert Sabuda is a great book to read to a small group. I was a preschool teacher and chose that one to read every year in December. The final page cut out is amazing.

  13. Brenda says:

    I’ll always love “The Doll’s Christmas” by Tasha Tudor – such a quaint story, and wonderful illustrations…

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