Christmas Children’s Literature Tradition

Since we have been talking about children’s literature, why not start a new tradition of reading a classic to your children this Christmas?

On Christmas Eve, you could sit by the tree and read them ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas (also called A Visit From St. Nicholas). You could also wait until they are tucked in their beds and then read the story to them to give them seasonal images to which they can drift off to sleep. Of course, those images will be competing with the toys and video games that are on their minds, but it’s worth a try anyway.

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