Christmas Board Books for the Very Young #2

Reading Christmas stories to my children when they were young was part of our Christmas tradition.  Who can resist a cute Christmas board book for their little one?

Bright Baby Merry Christmas

MERRY CHRISTMAS

A Bright Baby Touch and Feel book

 

This little Christmas picture book identifies various winter pictures for the youngest reader.  There is a snowman, Santa, reindeer, sleigh, and many more to delight a child two and under.

 

God Bless Our Christmas

GOD BLESS OUR CHRISTMAS

By Hannah C. Hall

Illustrated by Steve Whitlow

 

GOD BLESS OUR CHRISTMAS is a beautiful book about Christmas time activities and ends by reminding children that Christmas is the day Jesus was born.

“The baby Jesus has been born!

A star shines big and bright.

Through Jesus’ birth, God came earth/

God bless our Christmas night.”

I recommend this book for all preschool and toddler aged children.

 

Peek-a-Boo Reindeer

PEEK-A-BOO REINDEER

By Charles Reasoner

 

This is a cut-out board book, with shaped pages and cut-outs or peek-a-boo holes.  I didn’t find the story to be very engaging, but the illustrations are colorful and the cut-outs are fun. It is definitely a book for the very young to page through and explore the shapes and peek-a-boos.  With Santa, snowmen, reindeer and other forest creatures, the book is well suited to Mom or Dad to embellish the story.

 

PeekaBoo Elves

PEEK-A-BOO ELVES

By Charles Reasoner

 

This is another cut-out board book, by Charles Reasoner.  Once again the pictures and the cut-outs will engage young ones is a cute story.  I preferred this story to the PEEK-A-BOO REINDEER.  The elves are making toys and packing up Santa’s sleigh for the big night.

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