‘Tis the season to enjoy our favorite holiday traditions.
Family Christmas stories and holiday meals together are just some of the ways we love spending time with our kids. For many moms and dads, this includes unpacking the box with holiday books to read before bedtime and on snow days.
Cozy up with your most comfortable Little Sleepies pajamas and grab your Christmas, Hanukkah, and holiday books. Ignite their imaginations with these 15 favorite book recommendations from real moms - kid-tested and approved!
You’re My Little Christmas Wish by Nicola Edwards is a great starter children’s book to share the holiday heroes with your kids: snowmen, gingerbread men, and reindeer. And the die-cut is a fun way to encourage your little to interact with the book. (ages: baby - 2 years)
The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg is a children’s holiday classic read and should be included on this important list. Be a part of the adventure to the North Pole, and ask your kids to make their own Christmas wishes. (ages: 2 - 7 years)
How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss is beloved by kids and adults and a favorite to read for all moms and dads! Before they watch the movie, take their imagination to new heights with this classic. (ages: 2 - 7 years)
Pete the Cat Saves Christmas by James Dean is a beloved children’s book character who is now taking on the holiday! This colorful book includes a sticker sheet for additional activities. (ages: 3 - 6 years)
I Got the Christmas Spirit by Connie Schofield-Morrison follows a little girl and her mom as they enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of the holiday season. And you’ll love the illustrations. (ages: 3 - 6 years)
The Jolly Christmas Postman by Allan Ahlberg shares the story of the second-hardest worker during the holiday - the postman! He delivers mail from some of your children’s favorite fairy tale characters, and your kids can hold the letters. (age: 4 - 7 years)
Traditions come in all shapes and colors! What books do you love reading with the kids during the holiday season? What were your favorite holiday books as a child? Share in the comments below or with other moms on our Facebook VIP Group.