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5 Toddler Tested and Wonderful Christmastime Books
Do you have a toddler in your family or want/need to buy something for one during the holidays?
Ever thought of getting them a wonderful Christmastime book?
Reading is so important for little ones; listening, following along and even participating.
If they read them as much as my little guy does they will be able to tell you/read you the story themselves in no time!
So, here is a list of 5 of our favorite toddler tested Christmastime books for the season, in no particular order 🙂
Toddler Tested Christmastime Books #1:
A Christmas Prayer
A Christmas Prayer is a great book for the season. Each page has its own ‘prayer’ so you can read one at a time (one each night/day/week) or read the whole book through in one sitting. The illustrations are so darling and cute it’s easy to ready through it quickly.
Toddler Tested Christmastime Books #2:
The Story of Christmas
The Story of Christmas is a wonderful book to explain in perfect ‘detail’ why we celebrate Christmas and how Baby Jesus was born.
Toddler Tested Christmastime Books #3:
The Night before Christmas
The Night before Christmas – who knew there was more to the story past ‘not even a mouse’ 😉 This book takes you through the whole story from beginning to end. So, it does get a little long but it has great pictures that can be discussed on their own if you get stuck :).
Toddler Tested Christmastime Books #4:
Biscuit’s Pet and Play Christmas
If your child already loves Biscuit stories then Biscuit’s Pet and Play Christmas will be a crowd pleaser! Not only is it the great short and sweet read through but it has the touch and feel on every page to encourage their reading and enjoying the book.
Frosty the Snowman
Frosty the Snowman – a classic for sure. Not only does it walk you through the story with wonderful pictures but it also has this great button for your child to press to have the Frosty song play while you read or sing along! Beware 🙂 the button can become more of a favorite than reading the book at times so be prepared to buy extra batteries (we just replaced ours 🙂 ).
And there you go. Just a few of our favorite Christmas/winter books.