The staff at Brompton Library have been really busy – putting together Christmas reading lists for children and adults alike. We’ll be publishing each list every morning on the blog for the next four days.
Today it’s Christmas books for younger children –
It’s the night before Christmas and everyone is ready – except Mr Wrong, oh and Mr Muddle and of course Little Miss Late, who only sent her letter to father Christmas that morning! Will he get it in time? Join the Mr Men and the Little Misses for some Christmas Eve fun.
Join Ollie and Fred on Christmas Eve as they tell us everything they love about Christmas. Joyful and beautifully illustrated.
When Father visits the Little Kingdom on Christmas Eve everything is going well – the elves have made the presents, the fairies have made the crackers and the pine elves have grown the Christmas trees. Uh oh! Wise old Elf gets stuck in a tree, Queen Thistle is wrapped up inside a Christmas present and King Thistle is trapped inside a Christmas cracker! Will they ever get out? A fun and Christmassy tale from the creators of Peppa Pig.
It’s Christmas Eve and the little Tooth Fairy has been blown away! Not to worry. Who does she meet but Santa in his sleigh! A funny and magical fairy story told in a lovely rhyme with colourful and dynamic illustrations.
A Christmas classic, illustrated version of Clement Moore’s poem about Christmas Eve. Nothing could be more festive.
Get ready for Christmas with mummy and baby penguin as they bake cookies, decorate the tree, make Christmas lists and wrap presents. The true meaning of Christmas.
Part of the popular series, this touchy feely book is perfect for baby’s first Christmas with bright colours and lots of textures from Santa’s boots to his fluffy white beard.
The story of the Nativity in a bright and beautiful board book with great little details in the illustrations. A lovely retelling of the first Christmas.
Join Duggee and his friends decorating the Christmas tree and giving out presents, but where is Enid the cat…?
Join this family of mice as they get ready for Christmas, sitting by the fire, hanging decorations, making snowballs and playing in the snow. Celebrating the real magic of Christmas.
With beautiful watery, wintery illustrations, this classic Charles Dickens tale is retold here bringing the story to life for younger children.
A cautionary tale about being greedy, The Dinosaur Pooped Christmas is a less in being careful what you wish for… Not for the squeamish!
See you tomorrow!
Staff at Brompton Library