Our Top 5 Christmas Books for Kids
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It probably doesn’t come as a surprise that we love Christmas books at I See Me. The only things better than Christmas books for kids, in our opinion, are personalized children’s Christmas books. There’s just something magical about the look on a child’s face when he or she realizes they’re part of their own Christmas story.
We’re often asked what our favorite Christmas books for kids are. The following are our five favorites.
In this wonderfully playful book, Santa and his helpers decorate the north pole Christmas tree with the name of the one little boy or girl who truly represents the spirit of Christmas. Each helper brings a letter to spell out the little one’s name, which is up in lights when the tree is complete. Santa’s skin tone is customizable to match the skin of the child, and you can choose to include the child’s middle and last name if you want.
Of all the Christmas books for kids, Clement Clarke Moore’s ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas must be one of the most popular. But what if it wasn’t Mr. Moore who has a magical encounter with Santa on Christmas Eve? My Night Before Christmas reimagines the classic story with your child taking on the leading role.
My Very Merry Christmas is a thick, durable board book for younger children, and a perfect gift for a child’s first Christmas. The book tells the story of how Santa and his animal friends gather everything needed to make your little one’s Christmas extra special.
Another of our most popular Christmas books for kids, A Christmas Bear for Me comes with an adorable six-inch Gund teddy bear and a personalized letter from Santa. The book tells the story of how the little bear travels from Santa’s workshop to your child’s loving arms.
Christmas carols are fun. Children’s Christmas books are great. A children’s Christmas book that puts your child’s name in their favorite carols and comes with a CD of the personalized songs is just wonderful. Your child will hear his name in Jingle Bells, Deck the Halls, and seven other merry tunes for the holidays.
We’re sure we’ll have more Christmas books for kids for you in the future. For now, we wish you a Merry Christmas, and all the joy the season brings.