The holiday season is full of hustle for moms with kids at home saying “Momma I am bored”. Remember those magical tales you grew up reading? Pass along the same memories to your junior by sharing these popular children’s books below. These captivating stories make reading time fun for both parents and kids.

How the Grinch stole Christmas 

What happens when a grumpy creature tries to put an end to Christmas in a town? What did it actually do? Was it successful? Well, you need to definitely read this fun filled story for all the answers.

Suitable for: 6 – 9.
Author Name: Dr.Seuss.
Publication: Red book and Random House.

Ranji the Music Maker

How does a 7 year old boy feel when he has nothing to do in a holiday? Read this amazing story of a rock star named Ranji. What does he actually want? A lyrical and stunningly illustrated book from India’s favorite teller of tales Ruskin Bonds.

Suitable for: 6 – 9.
Author Name: Ruskin Bond.
Publication: Penguin Random House.

Sneezy the Snowman

The Sneezy snowman is melting. He tries in all possible ways to warm up, but still melts! Only children know just what to do to build him up again. Kids will surely enjoy the playful illustrations by Stephen Gilpin.

Suitable for: 3 – 6.
Author Name: Maureen Wright.

Llama Llama Holiday Drama

This is an adorable book in the Llama Llama series. Llama Llama cannot wait until Christmas. He just wants to open his presents NOW! He does lots of preparations like baking cookies, go to the store to shop, decorating his class. But it’s still not Christmas. At the end of the book, momma reminds him what is Christmas season all about, snuggles up the little one and both of them enjoy the holiday.

Suitable for: 3 – 6.
Author Name: Anna Dewdney.
Publication: Penguin Random House.

Grandma’s Bag Of Stories

Let’s join the curious group of seven children who enjoy their holiday at their Grand Ma’s little town. The stories by the Ajji entertain, educate and provide hours of entertainment to kids. 

Suitable for: 3 – 6.
Author Name: Sudha Murty.
Publication: Penguin Random House.

Do give these books a try but as I always say, these are some of the books that the mommy me enjoyed reading with her little one. It may happen that your junior won’t like some or all the books from this list and that’s perfectly fine. Every child has his/her own preferences, let’s just respect their choices and read them what they want.

 

Books to Read With Kids this Holiday Season
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