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Christmas Hymns of Advent, the Nativity, and Epiphany

  • Continuing the style of Hosanna, Loud Hosannas—Student Hymnal.
  • Forty-Three Traditional and Modern Christmas Carols with their stories.
  • Writings on the meaning of each text.
  • Use as a Daily Devotional from the beginning of Advent through Epiphany.
  • A wonderful Christmas gifts to family and friends.
1. November 25 Comfort, Comfort Now My People
2. November 26 On Jordan’s Bank the Baptist’s Cry
3. November 27 For Ages Women Hoped and Prayed
4. November 28 The Hands That First Held Mary’s Child
5. November 29 O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
6. November 30 Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus
7. December 1 Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
8. December 2 Of the Father’s Love Begotten
9. December 3 Hark the Glad Sound! The Savior Comes
10. December 4 Angels from the Realms of Glory
11. December 5 Angels We Have Heard on High
12. December 6 Hark! the Herald Angels Sing
13. December 7 Where Shepherds Lately Knelt
14. December 8 It Came upon the Midnight Clear
15. December 9 O Little Town of Bethlehem
16. December 10 Once in Royal David’s City
17. December 11 Fullness of Grace
18. December 12 Thou Who Wast Rich Beyond All Splendor
19. December 13 What Child Is This?
20. December 14 I Wonder as I Wander
21. December 15 Good Christian Men, Rejoice!
22. December 16 Ding Dong! Merrily on High
23. December 17 I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
24. December 18 God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen
25. December 19 On Christmas Night All Christians Sing
26. December 20 Infant Holy, Infant Lowly
27. December 21 Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming
28. December 22 Away in a Manger
29. December 23 Silent Night! Holy Night!
30. December 24 O Holy Night
31. December 25 O Come, All Ye Faithful
32. December 26 Joy to the World! The Lord Is Come
33. December 27 Joy Has Dawned upon the World
34. December 28 Go Tell It on the Mountain
35. December 29 The First Noel
36. December 30 As with Gladness Men of Old
37. December 31 Standing at the Portal
38. January 1 O Rejoice, Ye Christians, Loudly
39. January 2 Wise Men, They Came to Look
40. January 3 We Three Kings
41. January 4 Brightest and Best of the Stars of the Morning
42. January 5 Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne

43. January 6 Songs of Thankfulness and Praise

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“I love that my children have grown up learning, singing, and memorizing hymns. I praise the Lord for calling and gifting David and Barbara Leeman to create and produce Hosanna, Loud Hosanna, The Student Hymnal, so that children may have their eyes turned upon Jesus. But this hymnal is a tremendous resource to help ALL ages of God’s people to worship him in spirit and in truth—privately in family worship and in corporate worship. Now the beautiful accompaniment recordings enables us to sing along in our private or even public worship. What a gift! Take time to listen, sing, and learn about he God to whom ALL of these hymns point. You will be blessed!”
Mark A. Davis, Sr. Pastor, Park Cities Presbyterian Church, PCA, Dallas, TX

“In recent years we have had the privilege in life to become parents. And, though we have not worked as extensively as many in children’s music, lately we have spent more time writing and reflecting on the subject since we now have two little daughters of our own.

It is particularly unusual, given the fact that much children’s literature today is story-driven, highly involved, complex, mystical and requiring such intellectual commitment, that in comparison, much current children’s theological teaching, songs and even worship to Almighty God can be so simplistic and shallow rather than telling the ascendant and beautiful story of Christ. It is refreshing to see a book of hymns selected for children to sing that tell the gospel and teach complex biblical truths in a timeless way.

Our fellow countryman, C.S. Lewis, said, “No book is really worth reading at the age of ten which is not equally (and often far more) worth reading at the age of fifty.” We believe the same is true of songs and singing.

We are so excited about the publication of this hymnbook for children. Our prayer is that our children will be singing theologically-rich hymns such as the ones found here long after we are gone and will continue to pass them on from generation to generation.”

Keith & Kristyn Getty

“I was so touched, so blessed, so amazed by the beautiful Hosanna, Loud Hosannas Student Hymnal! When I turned to the hymn “Holy, Holy, Holy” and saw that beautiful print, “The Song of the Lark,” I just had to stop for a long moment and admire that stunning print – it is so filled with meaning in so many ways! …I hope that future generations of young people will be blessed and inspired when they use this wonderful hymnal!”

Joni Eareckson Tada, Joni and Friends International Disability Center

“I wholeheartedly recommend Hosanna, Loud Hosannas Student Hymnal especially for Christian families. It provides one of the best learning aids for hymnal education that I have ever seen. We have easily integrated into our daily practice of family worship. After seeing its high quality, we ordered one for each of our children. What a wonderful keepsake for them and their future families!”

Pastor Jeffrey Fartro, Pleasant Valley Presbyterian Church, Cleveland-Parma, Ohio

“Hosanna, Loud Hosannas is much more than a hymnal. Each of the carefully selected hymns includes biographical information about the author, notes about the music and deeper exploration into the theology expressed in the hymn. The beautifully produced book includes vivid art reproductions.”

Review in World Magazine

“It should not be an unrealistic goal for every Christian household to own a hymnal. This would be an excellent one to start with.”

Stephen P. Lewis, Westminster Books

“David and Barbara Leeman bring a wealth of experience to this endeavor, including years of experience teaching music to children. Their love of hymnody and what it adds to our worship shines in this collection. The book is nicely bound and will serve the child who owns it for many years of use. It is one of the few books that is worth buying for each child in the family to use. This is a book to won, to give children and grandchildren, and a book to use for your own purposes, particularly if a traditional hymn book is daunting. Highly recommended.”


“We’ve loved adding this book to our family. I’ve enjoyed relearning many of the songs from my youth and passing down to my sons the traditions of the Church. Hymns may seem dull and boring to you, but besides being rich is theology, praise, and encompassing the full scope of the Christian life, they connect generations. My 78 year Nana and my 4 year old son can sing Blessed Assurance together. What a beautiful picture that is of Jesus’ multi-generational Body. If you’re looking to add song into your family devotions I’d start here.”

Tom Jones, Penned Well.com, Thoughts on Life, Theology, Culture, and Books

“Hosanna, Loud Hosannas: “Essential Hymns Every Child Should Sing,” it is a unique new resource every Christian parent should consider acquiring and using. can be used in a variety of settings, whether Sunday school, children’s worship, or family devotions at home. With beautiful artwork and detailed indexes for easy searchability, it is a gift to students, parents, and grandparents alike.”

Matt Smethurst, Gospel Coalition

“In my view, hymnals are next to the Holy Scriptures in importance. They are an indescribable repository of theological truth, abundant scripture references, beautiful music paired with time-honored texts, great poetry, plus significant history lessons relating to composers, writers and the reasons for writing what they did. The contents of hymnals paint a rich picture of God’s people as a singing people of faith.”

Stephen Nielson, concert pianist

“The Song of praise to God-with-us cannot be stilled, because it does not depend merely on us or on any other generation. We live with the echoes of earlier believers still sounding in our ears.”

Bishop H. George Anderson, Pastor, Seminary professor, and president of Luther College, presiding bishop, ELCA, 1995.