True Christmas Spiritby Fr EJ Sutfin. Published in 1955. This book's main purpose is to develop the fundamental dogmatic background of the Christmas Liturgy, and then to suggest ideas of every sort by which the spirit of the Church may be brought to children.
Twelve Days of Christmasby Elsa Chaney. Printed in 1955, this book gives ideas for the celebrations of Christmastide in the home, the parish, school and apostolic groups.
Children's Literature for Christmasby Wyeth O. Burgess. With enjoyment as well as instruction in mind, Wyeth O Burgess offers the following suggestions for young readers from about age four to early teens.
Meaning of Christmas: Look Deeperby Peter Kreeft. While Christmas is so familiar that we sometimes wonder whether anything fresh and true can be said about, it there is a way to explore its meaning that may seem new to us today, yet is in fact quite traditional, dating back to the Middle Ages and the ancient Fathers of the Church.
Origin of 'The Twelve Days of Christmas'by Fr Hal Stockert. The Twelve Days of Christmas was written in England as one of the "catechism songs" to help young Catholics learn the tenets of their faith - a memory aid, when to be caught with anything in *writing* indicating adherence to the Catholic faith.