I recently shared some neat children’s Thanksgiving books in Spanish so I thought to share even MORE books in Spanish, this time about Christmas!
‘Tis the Season, right? Get your Christmas shopping started/finished with these great additions to any family’s library.
El Burrito de Navidad: Una tradición que celebra el verdadero significado de la Navidad by Susie Jaramillo: This book tells the story of the donkey that carried Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem. It is a beautiful story that celebrates the true meaning of Christmas.
La Navidad es un Regalo de Dios by Alma Flor Ada: This book tells the story of the birth of Jesus Christ and how it is a gift from God to all people. It is a simple but heartwarming story that is perfect for young children.
Ya Llegan los Reyes Magos! by Xavier Garza: This book tells the story of the Three Kings and their journey to Bethlehem. It is a fun and festive story that is perfect for the Christmas season.
El Árbol de Navidad by Alma Flor Ada: This book tells the story of a family decorating their Christmas tree. It is a sweet and simple story that captures the magic of Christmas.
Tres Reyes Magos: Colors – Colores by Patty Rodriguez: This book introduces colors to children in the context of the story of the Three Kings. It is a fun and educational book that is perfect for young children.
El Niño Jesús by Marla Frazee: This book is a wordless picture book that tells the story of the birth of Jesus Christ. It is a beautiful and evocative book that is perfect for all ages
La Posada by Margarita Engle: This book tells the story of the journey of Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem. It is a lyrical and poetic book that captures the spirit of Christmas.
El Pesebre by Susan Middleton Eloise: This book is a lift-the-flap book that reveals the animals of the nativity scene. It is a fun and interactive book that is perfect for young children.
La Navidad de los Animales by Eric Carle: This book is a story about the animals of the forest celebrating Christmas. It is a heartwarming and whimsical story that is perfect for the holidays.
If you read any of these books, let me know what you thought! And feel free to share your suggestions for future readers of this post!