Jennifer Garner's pet dog, Birdie, has a long list of favorite Christmas books.

Since Garner joined Instagram, she has shared a number of clips of her reading books to Birdie. The celebrity mom of three is already feeling the spirit of Christmas so she decided to share her pet dog's favorite textbooks.

On Friday, "The Tribes of Palos Verdes" star took to Instagram and share a new clip of her reading story to Birdie. In addition, she also posted a long list of books that Birdie loves. According to Garner, "There are so many festive Christmas books to put a jingle in your giddy up."

According to Ben Affleck's ex-wife, Birdie loves Cynthia Rylan's "Silver Packages," John and Ann Hassett's "The Finest Christmas Tree, and " Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's "The Stickman." Birdie also loves "Santa Claus the World's Number One Toy Expert" and "The Elves and the Shoemaker" that is based on the Brothers Grimm and is illustrated by Jim LaMarche.

In related news, Garner shared an emotional moment on her Instagram story when she received her "favorite Christmas present of the year." "I worked all night, and I've only slept a couple of years and look a little crazy, but I just got my favorite Christmas present of the year," she said (via Entertainment Tonight). "I already know it, and I have to tell someone. It's cards and pictures from all the schools I visited this year. "

Garner thanked all the kids she got to visit this year. According to the "13 Going 30" star, they made her Christmas.

In September, Garner flew to Texas to meet and help the kids who survived Hurricane Harvey. She visited Hilliard Elementary in Houston and joined the Save the Children organization in distributing donations to families with young kids. She documented her visit in a series of photos she shared on Instagram.

"Today I was inspired by the huge hearts in Texas. There is a generosity of spirit that gets lost in political rhetoric, but-- people come together in a time of crisis," Garner wrote in the caption. "You know what's beautiful? Children look for light. Terrifying things have happened to these kids in the past couple of weeks, but they don't want to dwell on those stories."

Garner mentioned the positive stories she heard from the children. She added that they celebrated when the power came back on and concluded her caption with "We have to protect our kids and we have to learn from them."