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10 Christmas Books For Your Baby or Toddler


I'm slowly beginning to build up Amelia's book collection and one way of doing this was buying a ton of children's Christmas books to get us in the festive mood! I've never been much of a reader and Amelia already has more books than me. We recently bought a dolls bookcase which I've placed her books on but when I finish her toddler room off I am looking at creating a reading corner with her Ikea chair, beanbag and buying some picture ledges to place more books on. 

Whether you're shopping for your own toddler or for gifts here are our favourite Christmas books for babies and toddlers. Our list includes some newer modern books along with a few classics - there's something for everyone!



Do you have any favourite Christmas books that I have missed off the list? If so do share as I'd love to add to Amelia's collection!

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  1. We've got the Santa is coming to Bristol book and I love it so much. Amy also has a cute felt book that allows her to recreate Christmas scenes with little baubles and snowmen - so adorable x

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  2. I love the dr seus books, his sayings are so true!

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  3. It's never too early to start reading to your children

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  4. Some great picks there. I believe you can never start early enough sharing books x

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  5. We have a compendium of christmas stories

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  6. only read night before christmas, but brillant

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  7. We have santa came to Newcastle fab collection

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  8. Lots of great books - we have quite a few of them - my son loves the dinosaur one and my daughter loves father Christmas needs a pee!

    Ashleigh

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  9. So important to read to babies and toddles and good books make all the difference.

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  10. What a lovely selection of books

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  11. Alfie's Christmas
    by Shirley Hughes

    Shirley Hughes a favourite of mine as a child, and now my children

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  12. We started the Christmas books early too! It's such a magical time for kids it's nice to stretch it out as long as possible (I always did!). We've just started Snow Bunny's Christmas Wish - such a gorgeous book.

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  13. "Father Christmas" by Raymond Briggs is good.

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  14. Oh wow, I didn't know there was a Santa is coming to North Wales book! Will have to hunt that down!

    Can't think of any others I'm afraid, new to this too :-)

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  15. Thanks for this list! There are so many books around it's nice to have some reccomendations.

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  16. We have quite a few Christmas books I've collected over the years from my 14 year old down to my 4 year old!

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  17. Lovely books they are the best for stimulation at this age !

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  18. The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas sounds like it would appeal to my son's sense of humour!x

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  19. love these! Especially the Dinosaur one

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  20. Wonderful picks darling. Love the grinch who stole christmas :) x

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  21. We should really read more books! Great choices!

    Lotte xo

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  22. Must get some Christmas books in - these look lovely

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  23. my daughter loves a story,will look out for some of these,maybe it will help her calm down on christmas eve and go to sleep! x

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  24. santas coming to north wales is so orignal!

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  25. Fantastic selection how the grinch stole christmas is my favourite

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  26. May have decided to pick all of these up for Jack for Christmas...x

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  27. oh I love children's Christmas books and you've got a great selection. We used to have 'why I love Christmas', such a sweet story.

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  28. The Jolly Christmas Postman has always been a favourite in our house.

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  29. Fab range of festive books, love the pooing dinosaur x

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  30. lovely books no doubt every child should get a book for xmas

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  31. when little I had a lovely picture book of "the little match seller girl" by Hans Christian Anderson. A very sad story but it reminded me about how good I had it for Christmas. I loved that book.

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  32. The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas sounds interesting!

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  33. can't wait for the toddler phase!

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  34. Love your choices! Don't know The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas though!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  35. Great choices. Will be looking out for some of those.

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  36. our favorite is Father Christmas Needs a Wee - Nicholas Allan

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  37. I have a number of those books, thanks for the other recommendations.

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  38. Thank you for sharing! How wonderful!

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  39. I have just ordered The Night before Christmas and How Many leeps Till Christmas? Thank you!

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  40. David Williams: I gave my nieces loads of books from when they were born and the eldest got all A*'s and A's in her GCSEs and her sister is probably cleverer!

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  41. No, but I just have to buy the dinosaur that pooped christmas!

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  42. Some dreat ideas for presents... Thank you.

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  43. You have chosen some lovely books. Some I know, but one or two are new to me, so I shall be looking out for them.

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  44. great list of books, very inspiring... I need to go shopping.

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  45. fantastic books! cant wait till Christmas :)

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  46. Oh, well! My nephew would be so enamored with these books! What a great selection for Christmas.

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  47. Such a great selection of the books i love it thanks for share it statement of diversity & cultural awareness .

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