Top Ten Favorite Christmas Books I’d Love to Read Again Soon

Posted December 1, 2020 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 17 Comments

Happy December, and welcome to another TTT! This is my favorite time of year and, in celebration of A Bookish Little Christmas here on my blog, I will be spinning all of the December TTT prompts to fit the Christmas theme. This week’s topic is Books I Want to Read Again, so I’m sharing some of my favorite Christmas books that I’d love to read again. I’m picking some children’s, middle grade, YA, and adult titles so there’s a little something for everyone here!

The Mouse’s Christmas by Kit Schorsch

The Gingham Dog and the Calico Cat by Brigid Clark and Chris Noel

Merry Christmas Amelia Bedelia by Peggy Parish

The Unlikely Romance of Kate Bjorkman by Louise Plummer

Sleigh Bells In the Snow by Sarah Morgan

Snowed Over by Angie Stanton

Operation White Christmas by Nicki Edwards

Starry Night by Debbie Macomber

Christmas at Frozen Falls by Kiley Dunbar

One Christmas Eve by Shannon Stacey

Do you have any recommendations for really great Christmas books I might love? I’m always looking for more!

What books do you want to read again soon?

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17 responses to “Top Ten Favorite Christmas Books I’d Love to Read Again Soon

  1. Thanks to your posts through the years, I’ve read several of these already :-D
    Two of my favourites not on this list: “Twelve Days of Christmas” by Trisha Ashley (chick-lit) and “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” by Barbara Robinson (childrens literature and oh, so adorable!)

  2. The Gingham Dog and the Calico Cat!! I…never actually read that, I don’t think, but I did get a stuffed animal version of the dog for Christmas one year. One of the best stuffed animals I ever owned.

    Speaking of dogs, the one Christmas book off the top of my head that I’d like to revisit is Bruce W. Cameron’s “The Dogs of Christmas.”
    Stephanie recently posted…Ten Books I Want To Reread

  3. Weird, I had a different topic on my list, don’t know when I copied it but it’s been a while. Anyway, I don’t think I would have had ten books for this topic, either. I chose Authors that Deserve More Recognition.

    Anyway, great titles, they all look so Christmassy.

  4. Oh, great list! I am adding Sarah Morgan and Debbie Macomber’s books to my list might just buy the copies now if I get them because I have been wanting to read something by them for years now!!