Christmas Stories

Nativity 2013 A6

Here is a list of Christmas stories that I have collected (actually my wife did most of the collecting) over the years. I have tried to provide attribution when known.

Also – here is a list of my favorite Christmas stories in the format of the 25 days of Christmas

And – here is my 12 favorite stories for the 12 days of Christmas

I hope you enjoy these. If there are other stories to add – either make a comment below or send them to zenochsblog@gmail.com

21 responses

  1. Thank you for doing this! I think I’ll print them out and put each one in it’s own file folder and then when a student picks one it will be gone from the choices but safe to use again next year! Thank you!!!!

  2. […] These can be used by seminary teachers for their December lessons, for FHEs, for parents reading to their children, other auxiliary lessons, etc. We're just making this available as our Christmas gift. The whole collection can be found here: https://zenoch.org/mormon-stuff/favorite-stories/christmas-stories/ […]

  3. YOU ARE AWESOME! Thanks for posting these stories! I was going to retype the majority of these because the copies I have are so old! What a gem to find them all in one spot. THANK YOU!!

  4. Fantastic! Can’t wait to read them all!

  5. angelakhermosillo | Reply

    I am looking for a very specific Christmas story that was shared in Relief Society quite a few years ago. I’m hoping maybe you’ve heard of it or might have an idea as to where I could find a copy. It’s about a boy with down syndrome that saves his money to buy his brother, Jimmy, a watch for Christmas.
    I’m desperately trying to find the story for someone that really needs a Christmas miracle this year. 🙂

    Thank you!

    1. I have the story about the down syndrome boy if you haven’t found it. My email address is jared@cdglc.com. email me if you need it.

  6. Thanks for the great resources!

  7. I heard a certain story in sac meeting a few years back and I can’t seem to find it. It’s about a young man who worked all year and saved for a rifle, but his father spends the money on a family in need. The young man was upset till he rode with his father to the home of the family in need and gave the children shoes and other gifts. Any ideas of the title or where I can find it would be most appreciated. Thanks and Merry Christmas.

  8. Thanks. This is a great list.

  9. Thank you for your time, in regards to The little Red Bucket…is that the complete story from the book as it states to be 128 pages?

  10. This is a fantastic list. Do you know the author of A Christmas Adventure?

    1. Sorry, I don’t. Where I’ve been able to determine the author of any of these stories I’ve tried to provide attribution. If you find out who the author is – let me know.

  11. I love Christmas stories! I have two versions of “A story a day until Christmas” that I have read to my family for years. I was looking for some new stories and found your site. I just read Big Wheel Truck Stop and loved it. Thank you for sharing! Happy Holidays – Stephanie

    1. If you have some stories that I don’t have and would feel comfortable sharing them with me so that I could add them – I would love to have more.

  12. I can get any of these stories to print. Any suggestions?

    1. I would copy the text and then paste it into a text editor like Microsoft Word. Then you should be able to print from there. Not sure why WordPress’ print function is not working.

  13. Looking for the story of the brother buying the watch for Jimmy and couldn’t find it. Do you have it?

    1. Nope, sorry.

  14. Thank you so much for sharing these! you have helped keep a Christmas tradition alive!

  15. There is a comment a Sister made approximately three years ago with a question about the Down syndrome boy who saved his money to buy a gold watch for his brother Jimmy. Someone replied and said they had the story– I am looking for that same story. Do you– or anyone — have access to that that I could find?

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