Best Christmas read?
I got a ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ recommendation from a good friend for the book, ‘The Christmas Train’ by David Baldacci. It’s a fictional story that was then made into a movie for the Hallmark channel. I’m a huge fan of that channel but I figure it will be a delightful read anyway for Christmas 🎄
Debbie Macomber has a slew of great Christmas stories. For myself, I still adore The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.
That has always been my Mom’s favorite as well.
Richard paul evans
Im reading The Christmas Box this year. It was his first one i believe.
William Wharton’s A Midnight Clear (but it’s a hard, sad book)
Damn it i dont have a favorite ._.
Skipping Christmas by John Grisham
if you want something funny, Skipping Christmas
The Bridge by Karen Kingsbury or The Winter series by Elin Hilderbrand
Hmm..not sure, I’m trying to get back into reading more now.
My favorite Christmas book.
Every year I read the Nutcracker and of course, the Christmas Carol. Mr. Dickens and his Carol was great. And if you like cheesy, the great Christmas knit off lol. Love it.
The book “The Best @Pam Pageant Ever.” A children’s book but funny and a good read aloud that gets to the heart of the holiday without being overly religious.
David Sedaris’s Holidays On Ice and The Best Christmas Pageant Ever by Barbara Robinson. (Both humorous – One adult read and one that kids and adults can enjoy together!)
A Christmas Dickens by Justin Tense.
The stupidest angel by chrisopher moore
Let is Snow by John Green.
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