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by | Dec 9, 2022

Book of the Month: Cosy Christmas Book Bundle

Win our cosy Christmas book bundle


For this year’s bumper festive giveaway, we’ve bundled up a cosy collection of books that are packed full of winter magic.

For a chance to win our cosy Christmas reads, we want to know your favourite way to stay snuggly at home with the kids. Whether it’s cuddling up with a story, or slurping hot chocolate, simply comment on the pinned competition post on the Oxford Owl Facebook page to tell us.


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UK residents only. Entry closes at 11.59pm on 18 December 2022. Terms and Conditions apply (PDF).


Read on to find out more about the wintry wonders in the bundle and to discover lots of bonus free gifts to download.


Cosy Christmas Book Bundle

Amazing Animal Tales: Baby Polar Bear

Written by Anne Rooney and illustrated by Qu Lan

Makes a great gift for: Animal-loving fact finders, age 2+

Baby Polar Bear loves to play and explore her snowy home. She must stay alert as there is danger around – but Mummy Bear is always close by! This heartwarming story about an animal family living in the wild has big flaps to open and polar bear facts to discover.

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A Dot in the Snow

Written by Corrinne Averiss and illustrated by Fiona Woodcock

Makes a great gift for: Animal lovers with curious imaginations, age 2+

This is the story of a curious polar bear, a little girl lost in the snow, and the precious friendship they discover together. With themes of empathy and kindness, the story is stunningly illustrated by Fiona Woodcock.

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A Thing Called Snow

Written and illustrated by Yuval Zommer

Makes a great gift for: Fans of heartwarming Christmas classics, age 2+

Fox and Hare were born in spring, grew up in summer, and were best friends by autumn. When winter comes, they can’t wait to jump, leap and bounce in this thing called snow. But what exactly is snow?

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Free gift: Make your own A Thing Called Snow Christmas card activity sheet >

The Lights that Dance in the Night

Written and illustrated by Yuval Zommer

Makes a great gift for: Animal lovers, adventurers and explorers, age 2+

In this wonderfully festive picture book, Yuval Zommer imagines the Northern Lights’ fleeting journey from space to Earth and how they weave a special magic for the animals and people living in the frozen lands below.

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Move Mountain

Written by Corrinne Averiss and illustrated by Greg McLeod

Makes a great gift for: Nature-lovers who enjoy sharing a story, age 2+

Bird, Bear, and Squirrel come up with a cunning plan to help Mountain experience the sunrise for the first time in this powerful story about imagination, empathy and friendship.

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Free gift: Make your own Move Mountain invitation to the sunrise > 

Isadora Moon Makes Winter Magic

Written and illustrated by Harriet Muncaster

Makes a great gift for: Fairy and fantasy fans, age 5+

Isadora loves playing in the snow, especially when her creations come to life! But snow magic can’t last forever. Will she be able to save her new friends before they melt away?

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Free gift: Make an Isadora Moon tree topper for your Christmas tree activity sheet >

More Festive Reading

If you’re looking for even more holiday reading suggestions or gift ideas, don’t miss our Children’s Books for Christmas.