5 Heartwarming Vacation Books to Enjoy Your Family

5 Heartwarming Vacation Books to Enjoy Your Family

Holidays are getting closer. And now is the best time to take out vacation books and enjoy the holiday spirit as a family.

Do not know what books your kids can read?

Read on to learn some classic stories that will surely make a smile on your child’s face!

1. How the Grinch stole Christmas
This is a classic by Dr. Seuss. It’s about the Grinch living on the hillside of Whoville.

Grinch hates Christmas and hates that Whoville residents have fun during the holidays.

Grinch put forward the idea to celebrate Christmas from “Whovillians.” He passed each house and stole a Christmas tree, gifts, stockings and the like.

He thinks he’s done the job. But when the Whoville residents wake up, they keep singing in the town square. Because Christmas is not about gifts for Whos, it’s about family and love.

This opened the heart of the Grinch, who then descended to Whoville to apologize and celebrate Christmas with them.

Why is this book so well read?

Children can learn that Christmas (and holidays in general) are not really about gifts and decorations, but instead gather together as family and community.

2. Carol A Christmas 5 Heartwarming Vacation Books to Enjoy Your Family
Charles Dickon’s A Christmas Carol is similar to How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Like Grinch, Scrooge is a devout Christmas hatter.

He just believed in the job and could not stand Christmas – “even humbug” – in his own words.

However, one night, he was visited by three ghosts: the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future.

After observing his past holiday memories, seeing his current actions, and seeing what happens if he continues to do it this way, Scrooge has a change of heart.

He does not want to be a villain everyone avoids.

After that night, she went to Tiny Tim’s house to bring her a Christmas present. He is determined to change his course and bring some christmas cheer.

Why is this book so well read?

Like How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Christmas Carol brought the same message: Christmas is not about wealth or gifts but about being around your loved ones and dear.

3. Old Befana Legend
This is one of the most heart-touching Christmas books. Written by Tomie DePaulo, Legend of Old Befana is an ancient Italian story of an old lady in an Italian village that sweeps day by day.

One night, the three kings visited the place before going to Bethlehem. They invited him but he refused; he must sweep

He then regretted his decision, making candy to take to the baby Jesus. He did not get to Bethlehem in time and was said to give candy to the children every Christmas.

Why is this good reading? 5 Heartwarming Vacation Books to Enjoy Your Family

It introduces children to other cultures and their interpretations of Christmas.

4. Other Deer Olives
Written by Vivian Walsh and J. Otto Seibold, Olive the Reindeer is another Russell terrier who believes he is another reindeer.

He tried to get to the north pole to help Santa and save Christmas.

Why is this good reading?

This is one of the more modern holiday books. It is very captivating and provides a pleasant interpretation for the song “Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer”, and the story.

It’s a great gift and suits the best holiday cards.

5. Carl’s Christmas
Alexandra Day’s holiday book, Carl’s Christmas, tells of his journey to Carl, the dog has performed the task with the owner’s little boy.

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