Christmas Picture Books – Reader Requests
Are you ready for some more Christmas picture books? A couple of weeks ago I shared our Top 50, and invited my readers to nominate which ones they would like to see a more detailed review. So, here they are:
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List of books:
- The Church Mice at Christmas, by Graham Oakley (requested by Dara)
- Christmas Farm, by Mary Lyn Ray & Barry Root (requested by Louise)
- The Day Santa Stopped Believing in Harold, by Maureen Fergus & Cale Atkinson (requested by Nicola)
- Bear Stays Up for Christmas, by Karma Wilson & Jane Chapman (requested by Ann & Amy)
What are your favourite Christmas picture books? Please feel free to share in the comments below!
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Aww I love Christmas books so much! We have been enjoying reading The Gruffalo’s Child and The Jolly Postman :)
A lovely selection here. We are reading Harry Potter to our son at the moment, I would love to get some more Christmas books.
Oh I love all of these especially the Church Mice At Christmas. We have a nice selection which we read through so it doesn’t feel like we are just reading the same things for a few weeks!
When I was young we used to have a collection of Christmas books and we always read them on the Eve of Christmas.
These all look like really lovely books for smaller ones, I’m looking for something nice for my 8 and 12 year old and it’s proving to be tricky x
My 8 year old still enjoys these picture books, but you could also check out ‘Winston Deliver Christmas’ which just came out this year. It’s an illustrated chapter book and a good length for that age. Your 12 year old might enjoy Jostein Gaarder’s Christmas Mystery. I reviewed it in my recent video of the books I’m reading right now, though it is actually a children’s book. No pictures in this one. I think 12 would be a good age for it. Both books have 24 or 25 chapters, and are intended so you can read one chapter a day during Advent, but you can of course read them at whatever pace you like.
Christmas books are lovely! My kids don’t read those books anymore but I still have a few of them on my shelf. They’re just too beautiful and too good to get rid of :)
Christmas books are my favourite! I love the sound of the Father Christmas & Harold book, sounds good fun
What a lovely selection of books. Our grandsons don’t have many Christmas books so these would be make lovely Christmas presents.
What a lovely selection of books, my children love Christmas books as it makes leading up to Christmas even more exciting!