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Christmas is a great time to introduce new books to children, or maybe discover more from a favourite author. Books2Door has a great selection of book bundles perfect for kids at Christmas.
Discover the Christmas Eve Box!
Sometimes it can be hard to know where to start when it comes to choosing new books. Books2Door have introduced a fantastic Christmas Eve box this year, with options for both younger and older children.
Christmas Eve box for older children
With Erin just about to turn 8, her reading preferences are changing. She’s more likely to want to read a chapter book over a picture book. If, like us, you struggle to know more current authors for children, this Christmas Eve Box is a great choice.
The box includes a selection of festive favourites from Books2Door, worth over £90 (RRP). The books you’ll find included in the Christmas Eve Box are:
- A Boy Called Christmas by Matt Haig 3 Book Collection Set
- The Christmasauraus Collection by Tom Fletcher 3 Books Box Set
- The Accidental Series 7 Books Collection Set by Tom McLaughlin
The Christmasauraus Collection by Tom Fletcher
In the first book of the series, The Christmasaurus, you’ll meet the real Santa Claus, William Trundle and the most unusual dinosaur known as the Christmasaurus. The trio meet one magical Christmas Eve, ready to have a festive adventure together. Sequels include The Christmasaurus and the Winter Witch and The Christmasaurus and the Naughty List, both of which are included in this Christmas Eve Box.
Titles in the set:
- The Christmasaurus
- The Christmasaurus and the Winter Witch
- The Christmasaurus and the Naughty List
Tom Fletcher, well-known for being in the band McFly is also famous for his books now! The Christmasaurus series is fantastic for Christmas reading, full of fun, adventure and magic. Aimed at children aged 7-11, they’re a great next step from the Dinosaur Who Pooped books!
The Accidental Series by Tom McLaughlin
In this collection of stories, read all about how a series of accidental situations. Written and illustrated by Tom McLaughlin, these books follow school kids in amazing jobs and often hilarious situations- whether it’s a schoolboy turned secret agent, an inventor turned billionaire or even an accidental prime minister. These laugh-out-loud stories make these a real hit with kids, and the fun part is that each book is a stand-alone, meaning that they can be read in any order you like!
Titles in the Set:
- The Accidental Prime Minister
- The Accidental Rock Star
- The Accidental Prime Minister Returns
- The Accidental President
- The Accidental Father Christmas
- The Accidental Secret Agent
- The Accidental Billionaire
What I love about this series is that you don’t have to read them in any particular order. Some children may have more interest in one title over another, for example, being Father Christmas over being a Rock Star! All kids will, at some point, wish they could do an amazing job or something incredibly crazy and these books are perfect for that. Who wouldn’t want to imagine themselves as a billionaire?!
A Boy Called Christmas collection by Matt Haig
Do you believe in the impossible? You are about to read the TRUE STORY of Father Christmas. If you are one of those people that believe some things are impossible, then you should put this book down right away. (Because this book is FULL of impossible things). Are you still reading? Good. Then let us begin. Follow eleven-year-old Nikolas as he goes on a life-changing adventure to become the very symbol of Christmas itself – Father Christmas! Bursting with festive wonder, this story will warm the hearts of readers, both young and old.
Now a Christmas movie that is available on Sky Movies, and Now, get A Boy Called Christmas alongside its two sequels in this three-book collection.
Titles in the set:
- A Boy Called Christmas
- The Girl Who Saved Christmas
- Father Christmas and Me
Although a lot of these books are Christmas-themed, there’s no reason why you can’t read them all year round. This is also quite a hefty box set of books and it would be ideal to split up. Maybe you have more than 1 child, or presents for others to buy!