Baby’s First Christmas Gift Basket

Our Baby’s First Christmas Gift Basket is the perfect pre-Christmas gift for a new baby, a young child or for a family.

This lovely gift basket contains five special books for children about Christmas, including a copy of Clement C Moore’s famous story-poem ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas and a fascinating book by Lord of the Rings author J R R Tolkein containing the illustrated letters Father Christmas wrote over many years to the Tolkein children.

The books have been carefully chosen to be fun and engaging for parents to share with their child while also introducing little ones to some of the traditions which surround our celebration of Christmas.

Also included is a book for parents, Reading Magic, a fascinating book about why reading aloud to children from their very first days is so important.

The books are beautifully-presented in a white cane gift basket lined with white fabric decorated with silver stars.

Delivery
This gift basket is available to be packed and shipped immediately.
Personalised Gift Card
You may add a free personalised gift card at the check-out.

$149.00

The books in this gift basket have been carefully chosen to appeal to babies, to young children and to the young at heart.

The emphasis is on the rhyme and rhythmic language which babies and small children love so much and which is so important for stimulating their love of language and their awareness of how language works.

The basket contains the following books:

Please note that the book cover images shown here may differ to those in the basket depending on print edition.

  • Reading Magic: Why Reading Aloud to our Children Will Change their Lives Forever
  • ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas
  • Baby’s Very First Touchy-Feely Christmas Book
  • Slinky Malinki’s Christmas Crackers
  • Letters from Father Christmas
  • Spot’s First Christmas

A cuddly Santa toy is great for little hands to hold while listening to the stories.

The beautiful, sturdy basket is designed to store the books so that they can be kept close at hand, either in your little one’s bedroom or in the family living area. This makes it easy for caregivers to reach for a story regularly throughout the day. There’s also space too add more books.

When baby can sit up – and later crawl – the basket can be kept on the floor to encourage baby to handle the books whenever he or she likes.