Children's Books

The Best Christmas Books for Children of All Ages

Snowfalls, crackling fires, and the smell of gingerbread houses fill the room. Every brightly decorated shop is saying “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.” There is only one reason for it. Christmas is coming. Cuddling up by the fireplace with such a great book in hand is my favourite part of Christmas. Be in the festive spirit with some Christmas-themed children’s stories. They are perfect for making love in front of the tree while enjoying beverages and chocolate. The book collection is suitable for all ages child and contains holiday favourites and some new choices. So, today’s blog topic is “The Best Christmas Books for Children of All Ages.” Let us begin.

Letters From Father Christmas

The story covers everything from the naughty deer who threw gifts everywhere to the polar bear’s careless fall and landing on Father Christmas’ roof of a house. The children’s books are covered with superb calligraphy and pictures. Sadly, as Tolkien’s kids grow older, you will see how the letters change. The themes get deep the messages get sadder when children stop writing to “Santa Claus.” It is a piece to enjoy, too.

The Polar Express

A popular classic about the magic of Christmas, growing up, and the strength of belief is The Polar Express. On Christmas night, as the hero, a small child, awakes, he finds a train waiting outside the door. The Polar Express is a children’s book. The Polar Express is better enjoyed in a comfy chair next to a warm fire, the audiobook version has music playing in the background. All we want to say about the audiobook’s narrator, Liam Neeson, is that he is superb. Then remember that Chris Van Allsburg’s beautifully drawn pictures, which put the “wonder” in “wonderful,” help you feel the excitement of a journey on The Polar Express.

The Velveteen Rabbit

Is reading The Velveteen Rabbit as a child, which always leads to a sobfest, needed? It is unlikely. Yet, it does not matter if you’re reading this famous, well-worn story for the first or 199th time. With each reading, The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams Bianco will surprise, charm, and inspire you. Know of its too-simple idea, which focuses on a stuffed rabbit’s desire to come alive. It is the story of the velveteen-sewn rabbit that was made as a Christmas gift for a young child.

Holidays on Ice

Christmas on Ice is the ideal fit if you need some Christmas laughter. It is an essay book on Christmas that was released by renowned humorist and American gem David Sedaris. It is not your usual feel-good holiday read, either. One children’s book is about a Christmas author who spent his time rescuing a prostitute, another tells the story of a local play. Even Sedaris’ classic piece, “Santaland Diaries,” an amazing description of his memorable time working as an elf at Macy’s, can be found in the book. Sedaris could be the droller version of Santa Claus, which you never knew you wanted until now. He is at once dark, funny, and just a little bit sick.