So this year, I’ve decided to go modern with our new favorite Christmas story post. We are picking popular new-ish books.
First up, It’s Christmas, David! My kids ADORE David and so I should have expected that this book would be a hit. In a similar vein as the other David books, David is always in trouble. He breaks a window, goes running naked down the street, snitches cookies and even writes his name in the snow. Ahem. While some might find these visual jokes a bit crude, I’m sure any boy or daddy would find them hysterical. And my little girls do, too. It’s my 2 year old’s favorite so far.
The next book that my daughters loved this year was Fancy Nancy: Splendiferous Christmas. My oldest daughter (almost 5) has discovered that she LOVES Fancy Nancy. And amazingly enough, I really like them, too! This particular Fancy Nancy book is written and illustrated by the originals and takes place on Christmas Eve. It goes through all the things Nancy & her sister do while they are waiting for their grandfather to arrive so they can decorate the tree. Minor disaster strikes and they figure out a way to get around it. As always, it is accompanied by a sprinkling of french, flair and fancy words :). Another new favorite.
The other one is Jingle Bugs. My kids LOVE the Bug books. In fact, I find them on clearance quite frequently and buy them all when I see them. It has a removable ornament and all your typical Bug pop-up book treats. At the end is a Christmas Tree that plays the whole Jingle Bells song. While these aren’t the sturdiest books for a 2 year old (understatement of the year), my kids LOVE them and I don’t mind if one occasionally gets destroyed; I buy them whenever I find them and they ARE cute.
So these were three of our new favorites this year.
What good books have you picked up for this Christmas?
This post is linked to Read Aloud Thursday @ Hope is the Word and the Sharing Christmas Blog Cruise with the Schoolhouse Review Crew.
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