Are you looking for some fun and silly Christmas books to share with the children in your lives? Well, you have come to the right place. I just pulled all of our Christmas books out and found 10 to share with you that are down right fun to read. I am teaming up with a great group of kid bloggers to bring you a variety of top 10 posts all Christmas themed!
Christmas Mice!– The mice have a Christmas party. The pictures are nice and the mouse sized appliances are cute and imaginative.
Olive, the Other Reindeer– The dog heard incorrectly “Olive the other Reindeer” instead of ALL of the other reindeer and thinks he must be a reindeer!
If You Take a Mouse to the Movies– The mouse in the book does all sorts of crazy things like taking the popcorn from the movies to decorate a tree. Then he keeps making more and more messes.
Frosty the Snowman– The traditional song set to some very cute illustrations.
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bell!– a crazy Christmas take on the original “Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly.” She swallows holiday decorations including a sleigh!
One Snowy Night– Hedgehoggot a gift from Santa but it did not fit. Badger was given it and not happy about it. Badger gave the hat to Fox. Fox made some adjustments to the hat and then found another Hedgehog to give the hat to.
S Is for Star: A Christmas Alphabet-The Christmas story and the origin of many holiday traditions are thoroughly detailed in the text of S is for Star: A Christmas Alphabet. The first Christmas cards were printed and sold in the United States by a German immigrant in 1874. Long ago, eating pie was believed to bring good luck, and during the holidays they were baked in an oblong shape to look like a manger. The message of Christmas is a message to all the world and is beautifully conveyed and illustrated in S is for Star.
The Night Before the Night Before Christmas– tells about one crazy mishap after another that happens while a little girl and her mom get ready for Christmas. The cat wrecks the entire house while they are out shopping. Then the mom gets sick. The family works together to fix everything while the mom is in bed.
Who’s That Knocking on Christmas Eve?– Every year, trolls knock down Kyri’s door and gobble up her Christmas feast. But this year, the trolls are in for a surprise: a boy and his pet ice bear on their way to Oslo have come in from the cold. And once the ice bear is finished with the trolls, you can bet they won’t come knocking next Christmas Eve!
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Flake– There was a little snowflake that was scared to fly through the air. The snowflake’s name was Twinkle.
So many other fun top ten lists for Christmas this month including things like Advent Calendars, Science Sensory, and Homemade Toys! Be sure to check out all of the other posts in this month’s series below:
Top 10 Advent Calendar Ideas from Powerful Mothering
Top 10 Christmas Stocking Stuffers for Toddlers from Best Toys 4 Toddlers
Top 10 Handmade Toys from Etsy from P is for Preschooler
Top 10 Preschool Christmas Crafts from Bare Feet on the Dashboard
Top 10 Christmas Science Sensory Activities from Little Bins For Little hands
Top 10 Christmas Crafts for Kids from Love, Play, Learn
Top 10 Christmas Handprint Crafts from Fun Handprint Art
Top 10 Christmas Snacks made using Graham Crackers from Artsy Momma
Top 10 Christmas Sensory Play Recipes from Lemon Lime Adventures
Top 10 Books about Trucks! from Craftulate
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We love the silly books here – and these look like great ones! “Olive the Other Reindeer” is one of my favorites. I just love the play on words!
Love this collection of funny Christmas books! Maybe we could include some as gifts for under the Christmas tree for our daughters!
Thanks for adding to my amazon wishlist! 😉 I especially want to check out Olive, the Other Reindeer, sounds so cute! 🙂
They are all very cute books. Hope you can sneak them under the tree for your little book lovers!
This is an awesome collection! Thank you for sharing this with us at Snickerdoodle Sunday.
Erin @ Nourishing My Scholar says
Awesome! I love seeing book list for the holiday season. I’m adding these to our library list!
Sarah Eliza says
Ahhh so fun, I read a few of these to my kindergartners in the past… and the others look awesome too! Thanks for sharing at Friday Frivolity!! 🙂
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These books all sound great! I love reading to the kids books about the holidays we’re celebrating, to make them even more meaningful. Thanks for sharing at the #ManicMondays blog hop!