Top 5 Best Christmas Books for Children

This sparkling range of children's books features festive stories and fun Yuletide activities that will keep kids of all ages captivated over the Christmas holidays.

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Quentin Blake's A Christmas Carol

  • £4.99

Charles Dickens & Quentin Blake

This classic Christmas tale is retold with the lively illustrations of brilliant children's illustrator, Quentin Blake. Ebenezer Scrooge is a mean and miserly old man, but will he change his ways once he comes to realise the terrible consequences of his miserable manner?





Get Ready for Santa: 3-in-1 Activity Set

  • £4.99

Creative kids aged 3+ will love this little craft set, with which they can make a beautiful paper lantern, write a letter to Santa and even make their own stocking with felt pieces, glitter glue, thread, sequins, stuffing, a plastic needle and the all-important pompoms!



A Child's Christmas in Wales

  • £3.99

Dylan Thomas

For children aged 9+, this wonderful book provides a lyrical account of Dylan Thomas's childhood Christmases in a little Welsh town, and features wolves, bears, hippos and Mrs Prothero's cat! This timeless classic is complemented by vibrant colour illustrations by talented illustrator, Peter Bailey.





The Anti-Boredom Christmas Book

The Anti-Boredom Christmas Book - Paperback - 9781408885277 - Andy Seed
  • £3.99

Andy Seed

This awesome activity book for kids aged 5+ is filled with all sorts of engaging tasks, such as making your own igloo, creating Christmas cards and answering festive quizzes! There are lots of festive facts, ridiculous lists and jolly jokes to enjoy, too, with wonderful illustrations throughout. Perfect for keeping little ones occupied during the Christmas holidays!




Create Your Own Winter Wonderland: Collage Canvas

  • £4.99

Youngsters aged 3+ will love creating their very own beautiful Christmas collage with glitter, paint, pompoms and more! Put it up on the wall on Christmas Day for the whole family to enjoy.