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Christmas Books

Christmas Books
Christmas Books

There’s no better time to cuddle up by the fire with a good old-fashioned Christmas story! Here are our reviews of some of the new holiday-themed books that have come out just in time for Christmas 2009!


When Santa Fell To Earth By Cornella Funke


Twinklestar is no ordinary reindeer. He loves to eat marzipan candy and hates lightning. And, thanks to him, Santa’s come crashing down in a storm just two weeks before Christmas! This is really bad, considering the evil Gerold Geronimus Goblynch plans to ruin Christmas … how will Santa save Christmas now?


How I Survived Middle School Super Special: How The Pops Stole Christmas By Nancy Krulik


It’s almost winter break and everyone at Joyce Kilmer Middle School is getting into the holiday spirit. Jenny WAS excited for Christmas until she picked Dana as her Secret Snowflake AND found out her friend Sam won’t be around for the holidays. To top it all off, Jenny doesn’t get invited to Marc’s New Year’s Eve party. Have the Pops struck again?


Merry Christmas: A Canadian Keepsake Collection


Celebrate the magic of Christmas with five favorite tales from award-winning authors and illustrators! This book includes the following holiday stories:

  1. The Little Crooked Christmas Tree
  2. Moon And Star
  3. Woodland Christmas: Twelve Days Of Christmas In The North Woods
  4. Sadie The Ballerina
  5. One Special Tree

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JennyD

JennyD wrote:

I want to read the how I survived middle school books
commented: Sat Oct 05, 2013

delilahglitter
I've read How I Survived Middle School. It's awesome. :)
commented: Fri Dec 02, 2011

musicfunlover1
Cool!
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