12 Christmas Books for Kids
The Night Before Christmas
This Little Golden Book edition of the classic poem was first published in 1949! Make reading this on Christmas Eve part of your new family tradition.
Disney 5-Minute Christmas Stories
Perfect for bedtime, the 5-Minute Christmas Stories bring everyone’s favorite Disney & Pixar characters to life for the season! Mike & Sull, Alice and the Red Queen, Peter Pan and more.
Harold at the North Pole
It's Christmas Eve, and Harold needs a Christmas tree. Purple crayon in hand, he sets out in search of one and soon finds himself at the North Pole, where a snowbound (and very purple) Santa Claus needs his help!
Fancy Nancy Splendiferous Christmas
What could be fancier than Christmas? Christmas is going to be especially thrilling for Nancy this year - the fanciest holiday!
Penguin's Christmas Wish
Everyone’s favorite Penguin from Salina Yoon’s beloved series can’t wait to celebrate Christmas with family and friends.
A Charlie Brown Christmas
Christmas is almost here and everyone is enjoying the holiday celebrations except Charlie Brown. Can the Peanuts gang help Charlie Brown discover the true meaning of Christmas?
Clark the Shark Loves Christmas
Clark the Shark loves Christmas more than anyone, but Clark forgets to get a present for his Secret Santa! What will happen on the day of the gift exchange? Will Clark learn about Christmas giving?
Merry Christmas, Strega Nona
Strega Nona returns with her bumbling assistant, Big Anthony, and Bambolona, the baker’s daughter, in time for the big Christmas Eve feast.
Babar and Father Christmas
Originally published in 1940, Babar, the King of the Elephants, sets out to find Father Christmas and bring him back to visit the children in Elephants’ country.
With everyone else sick in bed with a cold on Christmas eve, it is up to Madeline to run the school. Madeline finds help from a magical merchant peddling flying carpets door-to-door and now the girls are going on a Christmas journey!
How Do Dinosaurs Say Merry Christmas?
Our favorite dinosaurs can't wait to celebrate Christmas!With ornaments on the branches and carolers singing at the door, the spirit of Christmas is finally here and filling the hearts of families everywhere. But when the stockings are hung on the chimney, and the cookies are left out for Santa, how can little dinosaurs go to sleep?
Bear Stays Up for Christmas
Bears friends awaken him the day before Christmas and help him to stay awake as they bake fruitcakes, fill stockings, and sing carols; then, while they sleep, he prepares his own surprise.