Christmas time is the most wonderful time of the year – also for children. Find out which stories you can get your kids in the Christmas mood with here.
We have not only compiled a checklist with the most important criteria for Christmas books for children but also many product recommendations for you. We will help you make the right choice.
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Recommended Christmas Books For Children
- There are imaginative, religious, and everyday narratives, among others
- Pay attention to the age recommendation of the book
- A mix of books in the above categories seems the best choice
- Classic Christmas stories are especially popular, e.g., Christmas with Astrid Lindgren
- Religious stories can also be told in a child-friendly way
- Many children also enjoy Christmas stories about characters from already well-known book series. One example is the little girl Conni from the Pixi series
- The ratio of text to pictures should also be considered for Christmas books.
- With older children, more text can be used, while they also enjoy visual variety.
- For babies, clear outlines and a small amount of color should be chosen, otherwise it can lead to overstimulation of the senses
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The Bestsellers Of Christmas Books For Children
We have compiled the most popular Christmas books for children for you in this bestseller list.
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Current Offers For Christmas Books For Children
Here you will find a selection of offers that are currently available in the Christmas books for children section.
FAQ About Christmas Books For Children
Which Christmas book is the best for children, can not be answered in a general way. There are books for different age groups with the most diverse topics. There are, among other things, religious stories, imaginative stories or stories from everyday life. Popular authors include Astrid Lindgren, Cornelia Funke, Charles Dickens and Otfried Preußler. The What’s What series and the popular Pixi series about the girl Conni also focus on Christmas.
Christmas books for children usually include an age recommendation. For younger children, the stories should not be too exciting or complex and should contain many pictures. Older children may place less and less value on illustrations as they get older, but they are usually still happy to see pictorial variety, as in “Tink the Christmas Pony.” In addition, language appropriate to the age should always be used.
Christmas stories not only create a cozy mood, they are also part of the fondest childhood memories for most adults. The stories also increase anticipation for the holiday. Optionally, the selection of the story can also explain and bring closer the meaning and origin of Christmas.
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