Each year we read lots of Christmas stories, and last year at Christmas time we read one Christmas picture book per day the entire month of December. Here is a list of wonderful Christmas picture books.
Christmas Tree Farm - This little gem describes the process of raising Christmas trees. It is a year round business.
Where Is Christmas, Jesse Bear? - The Jesse Bear books are all written in prose and perfect for very young children.
Santa Comes to Little House (Little House Picture Book) - With the swollen river Santa Claus can't make it to the Little House, but Mr. Edwards meets him and brings gifts to the girls.
AN Orange for Frankie - This large family looks forward to eating oranges every year for Christmas, but Frankie is so excited he puts his in his pocket and loses his.
The Little Fir Tree - A lonely little tree becomes a Christmas tree in this delightful children's story.
The Christmas Song: Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire - Doris Barrette created bright, energetic illustrations to accompany this traditional Christmas song.
In A Christmas Spider's Miracle, a poor peasant woman from the Ukraine is thrilled to receive turnip gruel for supper as a gift from her children. She can't afford anything at the Christmas market, but manages to bring home a tree from the forest. The spider in the tree and the mother in the story make a motherly connection.
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