New Christmas stories for young children! One might become your family’s new favorite!
A Christmas Goodnight by Nola Buck
A sweet, simple, and soothing goodnight to all who are in the manger:
If your toddler or young preschooler loves Goodnight Moon, this could easily become your family’s tradition to read every Christmas Eve.
The Perfect Christmas by Eileen Spinelli
Elegant ornaments or homemade decorations? Festive cello music or crazy kazoo carols? This fun depiction of two families with very different celebration styles offers a perfect opening to your family’s special way of celebrating.
Can You See What I See? Toyland Express by Walter Wick
All aboard treasure hunters! Young preschoolers will enjoy hunting through Toyland for hidden objects in this I Spy type of picture puzzle book.
Merry Christmas, Big Hungry Bear! By Don and Audrey Wood
Young lovers of The Little Mouse, The Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear will delight in this sweet encounter between Little Mouse and the elusive Bear at Christmas.
Christmas Eve Good Night by Doug Cushman
As everyone at the North Pole goes to bed on Christmas Eve, how do they say good night? Squeak- squeak mousey momma; Brr – brr frosty snowman papa: young preschoolers and older toddlers will enjoy each family’s special good night.
Jingle-Jingle by Nicola Smee
Cat and Dog and Pig and Duck are back – to ride in Mr. Horse’s sleigh. Toddlers who enjoyed the funny animal antics and sounds in Clip-Clop will want to join them on this wintry ride!
Jody W., Youth Services.