Here are some festive and historic December book suggestions.

Ages 3-7
Christmas Trolls by Jan Brett
The Christmas Miracle Of Jonathan Toomey by Susan Wojciechowski (19th Century)
The Christmas Wish by Lori Evert
Hanuka, Oh Hanuka by Olga & Aleksy Ivanov
Plum Pudding For Christmas by Virginia Kahl (Medieval) (A personal favourite)

Ages 7-9
The Carpenter’s Gift by David Rubel (Depression Era)
Christmas Day In The Morning by Pearl S. Buck
Christmas Tapestry by Patricia Polacco
Hanukkah At Valley Forge by Stephen Krensky (American Revolution)
Silver Packages by Cynthia Rylant

Ages 10-13
The Bells Of Christmas by Virginia Hamilton (19th Century America)
The Cricket On The Hearth by Charles Dickens
Dear Canada: A Christmas To Remember (Multi-era)
Lord Of the Nutcracker Men by Iain Hamilton (WW I)
Truce: The Day The Soldiers Stopped Fighting by Jim Murphy (WW I)

Dear America: Christmas After All by Kathryn Lasky (Great Depression)
Holding Heaven by Jerry B. Jenkins (Biblical Times)
Stocking Stuffers (Three Christmas Stories by Regency Romance writers)
The Christmas Candle by Max Lucado (Victorian Era)
William Winstanley: The Man Who Saved Christmas by Alison Barnes

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