Now I don’t do this often, but today I’m sharing with you my Christmas book list of books we have in our home that we love. I’m also including a link to purchase, of course, in case you don’t already have them and would like them. I do make a small commission off of anything you might purchase through the link, and to learn more about that, please check out my full disclosure policy here. šŸ™‚ And without firth ado, here are a few books your family might enjoy. If you’re a brand new mama, you may not have a Christmas collection yet, or you just may not have these books. Now’s the time to get them. I hope you love them as much as we do.


The Night Before Christmas

I actually still have my version from when I was little. It’s old! I actually have all my books from my childhood which I have excitedly passed down to my children. This is a classic, and I think every family should have a copy.


How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Another Christmas classic. I love the movie, and I love this book. We read it every year.


How to Catch Santa

This one was actually given to us a few years ago. It’sĀ  cute book about (obviously) how to catch Santa. Let’s hope the kids don’t really try to catch him. šŸ™‚


Santa is Coming to Georgia

I know not everyone lives in Georgia, but there are other state books. šŸ™‚ It’s always neat to see landmarks and places that are familiar in a story. At least, I think so.


Little Blue Truck’s Christmas

It lights up. It’s cute. Our’s doesn’t light up any more, but the kids loved it when it did.


God Gave Us Christmas

Super sweet story about how God gave us Christmas. It’s conversation between a mama polar bear and her little bear.


The Best Christmas Pageant Ever

I actually just ordered this one for the kids. I remember reading this (or this being read to me) in second grade by our teacher’s assistant Mrs. Collins. (She was one of the sweetest ladies ever.) I loved this story growing up, and I hope my kids enjoy it as much as I did.


The Joy of Giving

It’s what we should do at Christmas, right? We have almost all of the Bearenstain Bear books. (Again, mostly from my childhood.) So of course we have this one.

We actually have more than this for Christmas books, but I’d be here a long time if I listed everything. These are just a few of my favorites. I hope you give these a try if you don’t already own them. I’d love to hear about your Christmas reading traditions. Something we are starting this year is reading one chapter of the Book of Luke to the children each day. It’s good for me too. I enjoy the decorations, lights, FOOD, music, and presents…but let’s remember the reason we celebrate. Also, remember to be thankful! Merry Christmas!

Until next time friends…


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