Celebrate a diverse Christmas with these storybooks for kids. These children’s picture books feature African American characters and even a black Santa. This list will help you celebrate the importance of Black characters and families depicted in a positive light through Christmas stories.
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Determined to prove that he has mastered his emotions and is secretly guided by a magical Christmas elf, Parker journeys through a series of events to remind his parents of the lessons he’s learned.
When Danny and his family visit a local Christmas market, he finds himself in a once-in-a-lifetime encounter with Santa.
Femi and her friends plan to leave some traditional Caribbean treats out for Santa, including Black Cake.
A retelling of Clement Moore’s classic holiday poem, complemented with illustrations of African American characters.
Count all of the gifts and toys that Santa will bring.
Children get to stay awake with Marcus and Mikayla as they wait for Santa.
What happens if Santa can not drive the sleigh on Christmas eve? Read “The Day Santa Got Sick” to find out how toys are delivered when Santa is sick.
Explore the joys of the holiday season with this beautifully illustrated book.
Told in easy-to-read memorable rhymes this book explores the magic of Christmas and the essence of Kwanzaa.
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