I recently dug out my collection of Christmas books from when I was a child, added to this a couple of books that are classed as children's books that I've picked up in recent years and I actually have quite a nice little collection of Christmas books to maybe pass on to any children I may have in the future. I don't see anything wrong with enjoying children's books as an adult. Nearly all Christmas books released for adults are chick lit ones if you like that kind of thing fine but it just isn't for me.
I still like the magic of Christmas and I hope that is something that never goes away, obviously Christmas as an adult is so much different to Christmas as a child but the fact a still enjoy is something I want to hold on to forever. Children's Christmas books provide the magic and the sense of wonder and escape that can't be found in adult books. So with that in mind I've picked out my three favourites from my collection to go through in a little more detail.
I thought I'd give you a little look inside these books too so you get a bit of an idea as to just how nice they are.
Top row - A Christmas Carol / Middle row - Letters from Father Christmas / Bottom row - Nut Cracker