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Joyeux Noël: 8 Festive French Books for Kids

Now more than ever, Christmas is a time to come together with your loved ones and share stories of hope, friendship, and cheer. 

This holiday season, spend some time with your little ones and these eight Christmas children's books, perfect for kids ages 3 to 9 who are learning French. 

Wrap up warm, and read about a Grinch-like wolf whose friends must convince him Christmas is a time of cheer; Santa forgetting how to make his reindeer fly; or good old Peppa Pig meeting her jolly idol. 


Peppa fête noël

Ages 3+
A new story from Peppa joins the successful collection. Peppa fête noël is a story about the meeting between the beloved toddler-heroine and Santa Claus.

Les plus belles histoires du père castor pour fêter noël

Ages 3+
Discover ten stories to share with your little ones to help them dream wonderful Christmas dreams: Lady Winter, Mittens, Christmas Turkey, Big Bear of Ikomo, Santa's Boot, Michka, The Bear and the Trolls of the Mountain, A Christmas Fallen from the Sky, Ivan and the Christmas Goose, and White Snowman.

T'choupi

Ages 6-8
T'choupi is very curious about  Christmas. He asks lots of questions: Will Santa be cold? How will he get here? 

We have to decorate the tree and go to bed! And tomorrow, Santa Claus' gifts will be under the tree...

Demain c est noel

Ages 6-8
Tomorrow is Christmas. Juliette decorated the tree and baked the cakes, and finally, she fell asleep. But her friends, the toys, cannot sleep...

Vive Noel

Ages 6-9

At Christmas, the whole family is reunited with Papi and Mamie. Santa Claus will probably arrive at midnight! But the children have to go to bed...

This book is designed for small children learning how to read French. In addition to the story, the book contains exercises and language tips.

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