25 Holiday Books For Toddlers

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I love reading to my son and he enjoys books just as much as I do. Once again, I plan on reading some of the best holiday books to him for 25 days through Christmas.

Reading every night is our routine. Sometimes Rion tries to flip the pages before I can read the page to him. Often times I am just reading aloud to him as he plays with a car or some other small toy, especially for the longer books.

I started this tradition last year of reading to my son a different holiday themed book leading up to Christmas Day.  On Christmas Day he will open a new holiday book and we read together that night.

I carefully chose books I can continue to read to him for the next few years.

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Here’s my list of 25 holiday books for toddlers for every night leading up to Christmas and Christmas Day.

25 Christmas Holiday Books For Toddlers 

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  1. The Littlest Elf by Brandi Dougherty
  2. Frosty The Snowman by Diane Muldrow
  3. Little Blue Truck’s Christmas by Alice Schertle
  4. The Itsy Bitsy Snowman by Jeffrey Burton
  5. Christmas Parade by Sandra Boynton
  6. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer by Rick Bunsen
  7. The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg
  8. On The Night You Were Born by Nancy Tillman
  9. Merry Christmas, Daniel Tiger! by Angela C. Santomero
  10. Llama Llama Jingle Bells by Anna Dewdney
  11. How To Catch Santa by Jean Regan
  12. A Charlie Brown Christmas by Tina Gallo
  13. How The Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss
  14. Corduroy’s Christmas Surprise by Don Freeman
  15. Mickey Saves Santa by Disney Book Group
  16. Bob by Sandra Boynton
  17. The Littlest Christmas Tree by R.A. Herman
  18. Merry Christmas (Touch and Feel) by Roger Priddy
  19. The Very Hungry Caterpillar’s Christmas 123 by Eric Carle
  20. Merry Christmas, Mouse! by Laura Numeroff
  21. Is It Christmas Yet? by Jane Chapman
  22. Eight Jolly Reindeer by Ilanit Oliver
  23. Can You Say It Too? Jingle! Jingle! by Nosy Crow
  24. The Night Before Christmas by Charles Santore
  25. God Gave Us Christmas by Lisa Tawn Bergen

Don’t forget to check out my Holiday Gift Guides for Toddlers! 

Do you have a holiday reading tradition with your children? Share your holiday favorites below!

Ashley

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76 thoughts on “25 Holiday Books For Toddlers”

  1. We have most of these books and my whole family enjoys reading them in December. I have not heard of Is it Christmas yet. I will have to check it out.

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  3. I’ve been toying with the idea of a book advent calendar but wasn’t sure I could come up with 25 Christmas related books… this is perfect, thank you!

  4. Great list! My girls recently fell in love with Daniel Tiger, so I’ll have to get that book for them. I let my girls pick the book we read to them every night, but during the holidays I make sure we read “What is Christmas?” at least once a week.

    1. Ashley @ Spit Up and Sit Ups

      Thank you for your comment! I grew up Catholic, which probably is the reason for the 25, but we are non-practicing.

    1. Ashley @ Spit Up and Sit Ups

      Jean, we LOVE How To Catch Santa! I was worried my son would be a bit young for it when we received it, but it’s a joy to read and it’s a staple in our growing collection. Thank you so much for your comment 🙂

      Ashley

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  6. This is a great list! My kids love reading books, I should really get some of these Christmas ones! So often all 4 are lined up on the couch reading their books, looks super cute! Expect I think that they get sick of always needing to look at the same ones!

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