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MHCT&M: Children’s Christmas Book Gift Guide

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Hello friends! 

 

Can you believe Christmas is next week?! 

One of our favorite Christmas traditions is to read a different Christmas book every night of December until Christmas. We add a new Christmas book to our collection each year, so sometimes we read 2-3 books a day so we can fit them all in. 

 

I thought it would be fun to share some of our very favorite books with you in this Children’s Christmas Book Gift Guide! 
 

 

This Children's Book Gift Guide is a great present source. 

 

 

 How the Grinch Stole Christmas // 
Polar Express //

The Spirit of Christmas //

Snowmen at Christmas //

The Legend of Old Befana //

The Night Before Christmas //

Frosty the Snowman //

A Wish to Be a Christmas Tree //

The Christmas Baby //

Charlie and the Christmas Kitty //

A Charlie Brown Christmas //

Mr. Willowby’s Christmas Tree //

Merry Christmas, Stinky Face

 

 

This Christmas season I am really working hard to be intentional
with my time and not cram too much in. When I do, I end up losing sight
of the joy the holiday season brings. One tradition that we kept this
year was our nightly Christmas book reading. Because who doesn’t love a
good Christmas book? 
This gift guide is bound to come in handy for someone on your Christmas shopping list!  

 

 

Christmas book traditions

 

 

 The Christmas Story //

Miracle on 34th Street 
// 
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer //  How to Catch an Elf //

The Advent Storybook //

Bear Stays Up for Christmas //

Pete the Cat Saves Christmas //

God Gave Us Christmas //

Mouse’s Christmas Gift //

Richard Scarry’s Christmas Mice //

Snow Bunny’s Christmas Gift //

The Year of the Perfect Christmas Tree

 

 

Favorite Christmas books 

 

 

There are 25 of our favorites and we own most of them (some we check out from the library or read on our Kindle!). 

 

Do you have a favorite? I have too many to list! 

If you have any to add, leave the titles in the comments!

 

 

  

 

 

I love that this Christmas book tradition encourages quality time with our children, don’t you? 

 

We hope you have a very Merry Christmas, friends! 

Enjoy your sweet families and your traditions.  

 

 

Your hostesses,

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