Christmas 001Christmas is a special time of year that calls for special kinds of books.  I have too many book recommendations for this season to be able to write individual reviews for them, so I have created a list of some of my favorite Christmas and wintertime books to read.  Most of these books are picture books, which makes them great read-alouds.  Some of these books are favorites in my family, but others are ones that I recently discovered.  Of course, above all of these books, I recommend reading Luke 2:1-20.  I hope that you will enjoy reading these books during the Christmas and winter season.  Merry Christmas!

Christmas – Spiritual

1. The Handel’s Messiah Family Advent Reader by Donna W. Payne and Fran Zenzo

Handel's Messiah Family Advent Reader

2. Christmas Spirit by George Grant and Gregory Wilbur

Christmas Spirit

3. Take Joy by Tasha Tudor

Take Joy

4. Papa Panov’s Special Day by Ruben Saillens

Papa Panov's Special Day

5. The Year of the Perfect Christmas Tree by Gloria Houston

The Year of the Perfect Christmas Tree

6. One Wintry Night by Ruth Bell Graham

One Wintry Night

7. I Saw Three Ships by Elizabeth Goudge

I Saw Three Ships 002

Christmas – Not Necessarily Spiritual

8. The Twelve Days of Christmas illustrated by Jan Brett

The Twelve Days of Christmas

9. Trouble with Trolls by Jan Brett

Trouble with Trolls

10. Christmas Trolls by Jan Brett

Christmas Trolls

11. The Hat by Jan Brett

The Hat

12. Cranberry Christmas by Wende and Harry Devlin

Cranberry Christmas

13. The Nutcracker by Susan Jeffers

The Nutcracker

14. Winter Story by Jill Barklem

Winter Story

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