December 22, 2009
There’s almost nothing I cherished more as a kid than reading our favorites books on Christmas Eve. We’d get all dressed in our pajamas, put out our cookies and milk for Santa, and snuggle together to read. For us, it was always ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas; for your adorables, there are many new additions that I think are destined to become favorites.
So without further adieu…
‘Twas the Night Before Christmas
As obvious and as necessary as…as… Mary Engelbreit’s version is my current favorite.
A Pirate’s Night Before Christmas
While this may not be a classic yet, it’s one of my favorites. And not just at Christmas.
Toddlers lift the flaps to find the usual characters of Christmas and it’s a favorite every time.
This is a really cute tale of what happens when Santa gets stuck in the chimney.
This Is the Stable
Sans Santa, this is the true story of Christmas. It’s marvelous.
Olive, the Other Reindeer
Cute, cute, cute. A winner every time.
The Polar Express
How many times can you say classic? Deserves to be on your shelf!
How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
Dr. Seuss is amazing and this book is no exception.
Merry Christmas Big Hungry Bear
Cute story about the rewards of giving. You’ll feel warm and full.
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