We have compiled a collection of eleven most funny Christmas books for you to read to your kids. These hilarious books will have you and your kid a great time.
#1. The Naughtiest Reindeer by Nicki Greenberg
Rudolf is too ill to lead the sleigh and so his mischievous sister, Ruby, Will Ruby be on her best behavior so the presents are delivered safely or will she bring chaos to Christmas?
#2. The Naughtiest Reindeer Goes South by Nicki Greenberg
In a new Christmas misadventure, Ruby ends up far from home, in the company of some rather grumpy penguins and with the presents scattered all around the South Pole.
#3. Christmas Wombat by Jackie French
We are big fans of the very funny Diary of a Wombat series and the Christmas edition has to be our absolute favorite. With wry humor, the Wombat hitches a ride on Santa’s sleigh and thinks all of his Christmases have come at once.
#4. The Knights Before Christmas by Joan Holub
A fun parody of the classic Twas the Night Before Christmas poem.
#5. Olive, The Other Reindeer by Vivian Walsh
When Olive the dog hears the words to the famous festive tune, “Olive, the other reindeer,” she realizes she must actually be a reindeer and she heads to the North Pole to join Santa and his crew.
#6. Santa Claus and the Three Bears by Maria Modugno
A lovely twist on the classic fairy tale. When the bears leave their Christmas pudding to cool on the kitchen table to head out for a walk, they never dream of what they’ll find when they return!
#7. Russell’s Christmas Magic by Rob Scotton
A Christmas gem for fans of Russell the sheep! When Santa crashes in Firefly Wood, it is up to Russell to fix Santa’s sleigh and save Christmas!
#8. Wombat Divine by Mem Fox
Wombat Divine tells the story of the nativity to be performed by a group of fabulous Australian animals – Wombat is finally old enough to take part but struggles to find a part in the play that is just right for him.
#9. The Gingerbread Pirates by Kristin Kladstrup
When Jim’s gingerbread pirate, Captain Cookie, comes alive he prepares to battle Santa Claus (who he hears who likes to eat cookies on Christmas Eve) to save his pirate crew.
#10. How to Catch Santa by Jean Reagan
Clever tips for capturing Santa now that Christmas Eve is finally here!
#11. Father Christmas Needs a Wee by Nicholas Allan
A fun counting book exploring all of the delicious food and drinks Father Christmas enjoys as he visits each house on Christmas Eve. But before long he really needs to wee! How will he ever overcome this rather embarrassing predicament?