Gift Guide of Children’s Books for Christmas
Are you looking for some last minute presents to buy? I love giving my children books. I enjoy reading with them and watching their eyes light up as they explore new worlds inside each book. Take a peek at my gift guide of children’s books for Christmas and see if you can find something to put under the tree. Make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom for a chance to win a book in the giveaways below!
Dream Big by Kat Kronenberg
If you can dream it, you can achieve it. This book is set in the African Savannah and teaches children the power of believing in their wildest dreams. Check out some free downloadable activity sheets by clicking here. (Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of The Book of Kringle, all opinions are my own)
The Moon Inside by Sandra V. Feder
The Moon Inside, a beautifully illustrated picture book, gives children the tools to embrace the nighttime rather than fear it. The character of Ella learns an appreciation of nighttime by learning to connect with nature as her mother encourages her to look at the soft glow of the moon and the fireflies dancing in the night.
The Secrect Life of Lilykins by Max Goodman
On the surface, Lilykins lives the life of a typical house cat. But Lilykins has another life – a secret life – that transports her to a world of incredible adventures.
What’s Your Birthday Wish? More Adventures in Gigglyville by J.E. Laufer
The book takes children to a make-believe world of colorful adventure where any wish can come true—including ending bullying and homelessness.
They All Saw a Cat by Brendan Wenzel
This book shows how perspective can shape the way we see things.
Take Heart My Child by Ainsley Earhardt
Take Heart, My Child is a lyrical lullaby. The author shares her own hopes and dreams, and lets her child know that whatever challenges life brings she will always be there for them.
The Book with No Pictures by B.J. Novak
Cleverly irreverent and irresistibly silly, The Book with No Pictures is one that kids will beg to hear again and again.
If You Give a Mouse a Brownie by Laura Numeroff
A new Mouse circle story that is sure to delight the younger audience.
Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes by James Dean
Join Pete the Cat in a brand-new story and help him and his friends find the missing cupcakes!
Color Christmas with Me Shareable Coloring Book & Framable Art from I See Me Personalized Books
This special personalized coloring book has a place for both you and your child to color together on each page. There are special designs on each page that can be cut out and placed on the included frameable poster to complete your very own masterpiece!
Harry Potter Magical Artifacts Coloring Book by Scholastic
Featuring intricate line drawings inspired by the Harry Potter films, this coloring book gives readers the opportunity to color their way through over eighty detailed pages.
(Disclosure: I received a complimentary copies of some of the books listed below but all opinions are my own)
Now for what you have been waiting for! The giveaways – enter for a chance to win a copy of Dream Big, The Moon Inside, The Secret Life of Lilykins, What’s Your Birthday Wish? More Adventures in Gigglyville, or Color Christmas with Me Shareable Coloring Book. There are five separate giveaways – enter each for a chance to win all five or pick your favorites!
Take My Heart Child looks absolutely beautiful! My kiddos love The Book With No Pictures. They just laugh and laugh!
My older son’s favorite book was “If you Give a Moose a Muffin” and my younger son’s favorite book was “Froggy”. I read these books to them so many times I can still recite them from memory.
Fun! My favorite as a kid was Go Dog Go and I had it memorized before I could even read 🙂 My son has a train book memorized and my daughter loves anything about Princesses and is starting to love chapter books.
Andersen’s fairy tales was my favorite book as a child
Good luck 🙂
My boys liked the Hank the Cowdog series.
I haven’t heard of that series – I should look into it for my son 🙂
I liked the Little House on the Prairie books.
I love them as well and have read them countless times – my daughter has just started to like chapter books so I think Christmas break might be when we start reading them together – I can’t wait!!
My youngest son Jesse liked Jesse bear, what will you wear?
My favorite book as a child was Twas The Night Before Christmas. My poor mama had to read it to me year round for a long time!
That sounds like my son and the Polar Express!!
My favorite book as a child was Black Beauty
That’s a great book 🙂
My favorite book was The Secret Garden.