Twenty-seven or so of our 30+ Christmas books have been wrapped in festive paper and await unwrapping, day-by-day, under our bedecked Christmas tree. This is such a fun tradition, and what makes it even more fun this year is that the girls are even more excited than they were last year, if that’s possible. I have several new stories, in addition to the new ones we snag from the library, to share in the coming weeks. However, I thought today, the first day of December, would be a good day to corral all my bookish Christmas posts into one tidy list here at Hope Is the Word.
- My first Read Aloud Thursday post, in which I review several Christmas books from the library
- Favorite toddler and preschool books from our Christmas book basket
- Nine Days to Christmas, a vintage Caldecott winner
- A couple of Christmas stories for slightly older children
- The Jesse Tree and others
- Who could forget The Polar Express?!?
Chapter Books for the Young and Young-at-Heart
I’m sure there are more titles that I’ve read and reviewed at other times during the year that would actually fit in this post, too, but I am loathe to try to locate them all. 🙂 This is a good start, though, and I’m sure to be adding more as the month progresses.
Be sure to come back tomorrow–there might be a little Christmas book giveaway in the works! 🙂