Christmas books for kids are so much fun and Santa is always a popular topic. If your child still believes or is ready to move on, they will love these Santa Claus books for kids of all ages.
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Santa Claus Books for Kids
There are so many wonderful picture books about Santa Claus. There are even a few books for children who are making the transition from “believing” to something else.
Santa Claus Picture Books
The Night Before Christmas Hardcover: Classic Edition features beautiful illustrations to go along with Clement C. Moore’s classic poem.
Little Golden Books have been popular with children for generations and the adorable Walt Disney’s Santa’s Toy Shop by Al Dempster is no exception.
Has your child ever wished they could catch Santa? How to Catch Santa by Jean Reagan shows them how in a fun, humorous way.
Poor Santa can’t find his favorite Christmas undies in Santa’s Underwear by Marty Rhodes Figley.
This version of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore features an African-
American family and adorable illustrations.
Santa and the Goodnight Train by June Sobel is the Christmas companion to The Goodnight Train and takes kids on an unforgettable holiday ride.
Santa’s head elf shares never before revealed Santa insider information in Santa School: Because He Can’t Be Everywhere by Jennifer Andrews.
Goodnight Santa by Michelle Robinson is the perfect bedtime book.
Find out what happens after Santa delivers all of the gifts in A Christmas Gift for Santa by John T. Elkins.
Annie Crabtree sets the record straight about one of Santa’s most memorable features in What Happened to Santa’s Beard.
Social Distance Santa by Eric DeSio uses creativity and imagination to address this very unique Christmas.
Santa shows us all of this favorite places around the world in Where Would Santa Go? by Julia Inserro.
This version of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore has been adapted with language and references for 21st century kids.
Find out what happened when Santa couldn’t drive his sleigh in the multicultural The Day Santa Got Sick by Deanne Samuels.
A Very Corona Christmas by Kelley Donner is a delightful story about a little elf who saves Christmas from being cancelled.
Books for Kids Who Are Ready to Move Beyond Santa
The Wonderful Truth About Santa by B.K. Gendron gently guides children who are ready through the who, what, and why or the beautiful Santa tradition.
Julie Anne Atkinson helps your child unlock the magic of Santa and become part of a new Christmas Tradition in Ssshh…Santa’s Secret Society: Where Secrets Are Unlocked and the Magic of Santa Lives On Forever.