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Top 10 Christmas Books for Kids

It’s December, which means it’s time to get ready for Christmas. And what better way to get in the holiday spirit than by reading a festive book. Here are Kidzworld’s top 10 Christmas books for young adults.

1. When Santa Fell to Earth by Cornelia Funke (Age 9+)

During a storm, Santa’s caravan crash lands on a street called Misty Close. There he meets a boy named Ben who he hopes can help him recover his invisible reindeer before the evil Goblynch turns him into a chocolate Santa.



2. Dancing Through the Snow by Jean Little (Age 9+)

Min Randall has been shipped from one foster home to the next for as long as she can remember. All she wants is a real family before Christmas, but she’s starting to give up hope. Fortunately for Min, there are such a thing as miracles.



3. Rover Saves Christmas by Roddy Doyle (Age 6+)

When Rudolph calls in sick for Christmas, Santa is desperate. So he enlists a dog named Rover to help him guide his sleigh.



4. Peiling and the Chicken-fried Christmas by Pauline Chen (Age 9+)

Peiling dreads Christmas. Ever since her family moved from Taiwan to America, her father has refused to conform to American traditions...including Christmas. But just this once, she wants to celebrate the American holiday. The only question is, will her family co-operate?



5. Last Christmas by Kate Brian (Age 12+)

Arianna thinks she has everything she wants: perfect grades, perfect boyfriend, perfect life. But when a snowstorm traps her at school with the resident bad boy Thomas, she realizes that she doesn’t have everything she wants after all.



6. Holly the Christmas Fairy by Daisy Meadows (Age 6+)

Jack Frost is up to his evil scheming ways again. He has stolen three important presents and Santa’s sleigh, and he brought them into the human world. Holly the Christmas Fairy needs Rachel and Kristy’s help to recover the sleigh and the presents before Christmas.



7. A Very Merry Christmas (Geronimo Stilton #35) (Age 6+)

Geronimo Stilton’s family decides to spend Christmas in New York City. But Geronimo’s travels to the Big Apple are anything but easy.



8. Santa Paws series by Nicholas Edwards and Kris Edwards (Age 8+)

This 9-book series follows a dog named Santa Paws who was adopted by the Callahan family. It’s Santa Paws’s job to rescue those in need of help.



9. Christmas in Camelot (Magic Tree House #29) (Age 6+)

Jack and Annie are invited to spend Christmas in the mythical city of Camelot. But when they arrive, they learn that they have a job to do. They must save Camelot from being forgotten forever!



10. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Christmas Treasury for Kids (Age 9+)

This great collection of 25 kid-approved Christmas stories, one of which is a new rendition of the 12 Days of Christmas, is sure to put you in the holiday spirit.



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