Here the only book you could find about the life and work of Jesus will be the bible
The New Testament is the Holy Book that refers to the life of Jesus Christ and the life of the early christians
The christians book that they read to know stuff about jesus
The way this question was written it seems a question about the time that Jesus was alive and if this is the case there were no Christians when he was alive. All of his followers ( including him) were Jewish and it will be several centuries before there are "Christians." The book of the Acts of the Apostles contains a line that says, "...And the disciples were called Christians first in Antioch. (Acts 11:26) Some knowledgable authorities believe the book was written between 62 and 64 AD. That means that rather than centuries after Jesus, there were people called Christians in as few as three decades after him, possibly less.
The entire book would, of course, be the Bible, however, Christ's work and the Disciple's work are spread in various books of the New Testament.
Christians were first called Christians in Antioch, that is recorded in the 'Acts of the Apostles' in the New Testament.
The first tears shed by Jesus in the book of Luke was when Lazrus died.
Jesus preached His first sermon in the book of Matthew. It starts in chapter 5 of Matthew.
because sometimes some Christians have different feelings towards the book itself -Latinaannie
The Book of Acts, also called The Acts of the Apostles, tells the story of the first Christians and the spread of the Church after the Resurrection of Christ. The Book of Acts is one of the books of the Christian Scriptures in the Bible.
Well Christians believe as the Book of the Acts of the Apostles, better known as Book of Acts, tells us that it was the Jesus' disciples that first spread the word of Jesus in Jerusalem and Judea. Then persecution of these early believers helped to scatter them to other areas, and they were the ones to carry the message of Jesus from there to the Mediterranean area and beyond. Of course the Apostle Paul and his co-workers were also very instrumental in carrying the word of Jesus to much of this region as well.