With the Christmas fast approaching, familyies start to gather to spend more time together. Reading to your little ones can be a favorite pastime for not only you, but for other relatives, such as aunts and uncles, and even grandparents. Christmas Holiday books are a great way for them to interact with your children and are a treat the entire family can enjoy together.
First on the list is a classic favorite, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” by Dr. Suess. Gather everyone around to hear the tale about how the Grinch nearly stole christmas from who-ville, and about how little Cindy-Lou-Who touched even the Grinch’s cold heart and saved the day.
“A Wish To Be A Christmas Tree” written by Colleen Monroe is a rhyming story filled with love, the Christmas spirit and appreciation of how dreams do come true. “The Christmas Trolls” by Jan Brett is a perfect story to read to those who have children with the Christmas”Gimme’s” It tells a tale of three trolls who learn that having everything they want, isn’t as much fun as it seems.
“Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer by Rick Bunsen is a classical story about Rudolph, the red nosed reindeer being born with a light up red nose and how he was teased and excluded, until everyone learned that being different isn’t bad at all, and how with Rudolph’s help, Santa was able to continue with his Christmas ride.
“The Legend of the Christmas Stocking” By Jim Griffin tells the tale of young Peter who sells newspapers to help his family while his father is at sea. Peter sets aside money to buy a schooner of his own, but when his Uncle Jim, a woodworker, tells him the story of St. Nicholas, Peter discovers the meaning of hanging and filling of christmas stockings and learns a lesson in generousity and kindness. Not only are these holiday books great, they teach lessons important to your children as well.