Steve and I are in the market for some Christmas books that we can incorporate into our holiday traditions and are looking for suggestions. Currently in the library:
Christmas Miracle of Jonathn ToomeyGift of the MagiTwas the night before ChristmasHow the Grinch Stole ChristmasChristmas Day in the MorningA Christmas Story This is a new book for us this year as recommended by my friend Linda. I had no clue what it was about so Steve and I read it over breakfast this morning and we had tears in our eyes. Amazon description: For 12 years the author played Santa Claus anonymously in New York City in response to letters from needy children addressed simply to Santa Claus, North Pole. This is the story of these children and the anonymous man in the red suit. It will make you laugh. It will make you cry. It will make you feel good.
What are your suggestions?
The newest Christmas book on our shelf is A Christmas Dress for Ellen by President Monson…to be honest we haven't read it yet…but I've heard it's great! I'm a little surprised you don't have the Max Lucado Christmas Collection.
I'm so glad that you like it! I ordered mine before you and I still don't have it. What's up with that?
I love your new background. I need your help with a cute one like that. Good thing you are so talented and I get to reap the "rewards". Love you
My favorite: The Christmas Collie by Ted Paul. It's a cute, simple book.
My mom read us the Christmas Orange. I can't remember who it's by but it is a cute book. If I think of the author I will let you know
Love the Jonathan Toomey story. Looking forward to a white Wisconsin Christmas, so keep it that way out there!
p.s. Really like the new winter banner and color scheme.
I'm glad you posted about this. I was just thinking that we need a few new Christmas books this year.