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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

'Tis The Season

'Tis the Season to Hit the Road. . .



and buy those presents!


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My family knows what they’re going to receive from me each Christmas. The only surprise for them is what book is hidden inside the glittery wrapping. And each season I search for both the classics and something new. I thought that since some of you might be on the hunt for book gifts I’d share what I’m considering putting under the tree. Family: DO NOT PEEK!

The Classics for young readers’ libraries

The Night Before Christmas by Clement Clarke Moore
The Twelve Days of Christmas by Accord Publishing
The Elf on the Shelf by Carol Aebersold
Night Before the Night Before Christmas by Natasha Wing
The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg
The Little Match Girl by Hans Christian Andersen
Olive, the Other Reindeer by J. Otto Seibold
How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss
Dream Snow by Eric Carle
A Wish to be a Christmas Tree by Colleen Monroe
The Christmas Quiet Book by Deborah Underwood
The Nutcracker by Alison Jay
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
Reindeer Christmas by Mark Kimball Moulton
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer by Random House

Christmas Activity Books for the really young ones

My Very Merry Christmas Coloring and Activity Book 
Christmas Carol Activity Book, Book 2
A Very Krabby Christmas
The Berenstein Bears' Christmas Coloring and Activity Book
Christmas Is Coming
The 12 Days of Christmas: The Story behind a Favorite Christmas Song
Christmas Jigsaw Book

Some not so Christmasy ones, but great gifts for mature readers in the family

The Art of Racing in the Rain
The Book Thief
Women of the Silk and The Language of Threads (Series)
Bel Canto
The Suspect
Boy Toy
Marcelo in the Real World
The Kite Runner

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Merry Christmas! 

8 comments:

  1. Hi Lee - yes I've bought books already - the only challenge is .. if the recipients don't turn up in Sussex - then they need to be 'lugged' up to them! But great ideas ... and I buy through the year ... so theoretically no rush! I'm sure there will be lots of colouring books flying off the shelves this year for all ages ... cheers Hilary

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    1. Isn't this coloring book craze amazing?

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  2. Great ideas for presents for people and kids who love books.

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  4. If anyone were going to give me a gift I think I'd prefer a book. There is something very lasting about a book as a gift.

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    1. And you can share it with a friend. I still have books people gave me as a kid. I've loaned them, re-read them and thoroughly enjoyed them over the years.

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