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eckythumpenallthat Tue 18-Oct-16 16:15:24

Come December dd will be 4.9 and looking to replace some of her baby Xmas books (dear Santa, spots Christmas etc) Had a bit of a look on Amazon but not seen anything that stands and don't want anything too long, so wondered if you guys had any good recommendations smile

We already have The Grinch
Mogs Christmas and the one they brought out last year
The lonely sprout
The dinosaur that pooped Christmas
Father Christmas
The jolly Christmas postman
The Christmas robin
The night before christmas

dmell13 Tue 18-Oct-16 16:19:54

Little Robin Ref Vest was always a favourite In our house at Christmas time. Not sure if you can still get it though?

BabsAtTheZoo Tue 18-Oct-16 16:20:11

How many sleeps til Christmas
Father Christmas needs a wee

dmell13 Tue 18-Oct-16 16:20:30

*Red blush

attheendoftheday Tue 18-Oct-16 18:16:14

Santa's Beard
The Other Goose
Lucy and Tom's Christmas
Alfie's Christmas

attheendoftheday Tue 18-Oct-16 18:16:40

The Snowman

Pengweng Tue 18-Oct-16 18:30:14

I bought this recently, it does have a few religious books in it (which we are not) but it was pretty good value and i figured i can explain about who people believe baby jesus was and at 4 they probably don't really care anyway.

I also second stickman and Lucy and Toms christmas. They are lovely stories. My DTs are a similar age and love them.

PotteringAlong Tue 18-Oct-16 18:31:47

Jesus' Christmas Party by Nicholas Allan

thiswayplease Tue 18-Oct-16 18:33:23

Puppy's first Christmas is a lovely book

shakemysilliesout Tue 18-Oct-16 20:35:36

Puddle lane Christmas
Harvey slumfenburgers Christmas present
The polar express
Olive the other reindeer
The nutcracker

I didnt love Christmas bear (pull tab book) but dd does...

ChristmasEvePJs Tue 18-Oct-16 20:43:06

Stick man is a must.

eckythumpenallthat Wed 19-Oct-16 09:26:07

Is it wrong that I really don't like Julia Donaldson stuff?!?! Lol

But plenty to go away and look at there thanks! smile

SitsOnFence Wed 19-Oct-16 09:54:56

I'd second (third? fourth?) Stick Man. I like Julia Donaldson, but I can see why others might not. However Stick Man is, in my option, one of her best books and worth a punt.

If you don't mind buying used books, 2 of my children's favourites that haven't already been mentioned on this thread are The Usborne Nativity Jizsaw book and this pop up Night Before Christmas book. Both currently available to buy for under £3 each (with delivery) in 'very good' condition.

BTW, mine were 5 and 7 last year, and still made me read them Dear Santa and Spot's Christmas!

neddle Wed 19-Oct-16 10:48:35

Santa comes to... books are pretty good. They're available for lots of towns and areas and they're quite specific in naming local places and relevant pictures. They're not just a cut and paste story.
We read ours every year on Christmas Eve.

eckythumpenallthat Thu 20-Oct-16 15:59:00

Ooooh neddle we got that last year and forgot to add it to my list. I love it cos it mentions where we live, the park where 'mummy goes running' the area both grandparents live. And it has a big picture of the building I work in. Even at 3 dd recognised places in the pictures. Deffo recommend for anyone else that's after Christmas books

sidsgranny Thu 20-Oct-16 18:35:00

Laura's Christmas Star by Klaus Baumgart. It's a Christmassy variation on Laura's Star. Lovely books!

Also, Aliens Love Panta Claus is in the Aliens Love Underpants series and DS loved those.

redexpat Fri 21-Oct-16 14:34:04

Have you had a look at the works website? They have collections you can buy.

GreenGinger2 Fri 21-Oct-16 18:13:58

GreenGinger2 Fri 21-Oct-16 18:22:04

Has some of the loveliest illustrations for this book I've seen. Still read it yo my DC on Christmas Eve.

GreenGinger2 Fri 21-Oct-16 18:30:00

Love this.

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