The Top 10 Children’s Christmas Books

Just to add my own two-pennorth to this list (which is pretty good). Here are a couple of extras which my son and I enjoyed each Christmas when he was small:

  1. Jesus’ Christmas Party by Nicholas Allen – a lovely, very funny take on the nativity from the point of view of the inn-keeper
  2. Mog’s Christmas by Judith Kerr. All Mog books are lovely and this is no exception.
  3. Jingle Bells by Nick Butterworth. Lovely illustrations and our copy has a real sleigh bell to tinkle on the cover.


Michael J Holley - Writer

If you have children, or indeed if you have Christmas, then you need to read these books. This Top 10 is not my own, The Huffington Post posted it a year ago, and some of them I haven’t read yet but with Christmas coming up, and children seeming to always be in my house, what a perfect opportunity.

I’m going to start writing some Christmas stories this week for an Anthology that I hope to get out before the big day. These books will get me in the groove. Also, I’ve stated before that one of my favourite books of all time is a Christmas book (A Christmas Carol) and the season of goodwill doesn’t start for me until I’ve read it. Here’s the chart…

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