Thursday, November 20, 2008

It's Time to Request Christmas Books

What? You haven't plowed through your Thanksgiving books? Never fear, we haven't either but these snowy days and chilly nights made it easier. I'm not trying to rush past Thanksgiving like many retailers, just trying to be prepared for the Christmas season when Thanksgiving is over. So if you are in need of some Christmas titles, here is the list of what we'll be reading. I'd love to hear what you'll be reading to your littles this Christmas season.

Don't forget that the library has plethora of Christmas CD's.

As a side note, I always love a good Christmas novel for myself. Last year I read Finding Father Christmas by Robin Jones Gunn. It was a very good book. What good Christmas novels have you read?

Great Joy Kate DiCamillo
Olivia Helps With Christmas Ian Falconer
There Was No Snow on Christmas Eve Pam Munoz Ryan
Merry Christmas, Merry Crow Kathy Appelt
Through the Animals' Eyes Christopher Wormell
Little One We Knew You'd Come Sally Lloyd-Jones
Sing Glory, Glory! Jesus is Born Gail Pawlitz
The Nativity Julie Vivas
God Gave Us Christmas Lisa Bergren
The Crippled Lamb Max Lucado
We Believe in Christmas Karen Kingsbury
One Wintry Night Ruth Graham Bell
Hurry! Hurry! Have you Heard? Laura Melmed
The Mitten Jan Brett
Bear Stays Up Karma Wilson
Christmas in the Barn Margaret Wise Brown
Jotham's Journey Arnold Ytreeide
A Shepherd's Gift Mary Calhoun
An Angel Came to Nazareth Anthony Knott
Where Do You Sleep Little One Patricia Hooper
Angela and the Baby Jesus Frank McCourt
The Christmas Tree Alma Ada (an AR book)
The Jolly Christmas Postman Janet Ahlberg (an AR book)
They Followed a Bright Star Joan Alavedra (an AR book)
The Christmas Story Heather Amery (an AR book)
Willow at Christmas Camilla Ashforth (an AR book)
The Shepherd's Christmas Beth Atchison (an AR book)
Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree Robert Berry (an AR book)
The Shepherd's Christms Story Dandi Daley Mackall

If you are interested in more Accelerated Reading books, here is a website that has six pages of Christmas titles alone, all the way up to 8.7.

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