Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Bookish Links- December 2021

I saw something very similar to this fake stack of Christmas books last December and decided to make some for myself. I didn't. 🤷🏼

It's a beautiful night to turn on an audio book (or a good book podcast?) and sip hot cocoa between satisfying puzzle piece clicks, no? A few bookish puzzles- Jane Austen // The cutest bookstore // Classics (even though it prominently features my book enemy, Catcher in the Rye) // A Christmas Carol // classic Christmas children's books 

And if you're in need of a new mug for that cozy puzzle night- A Christmas Carol // The Nutcracker // 'Twas the Night Before Christmas // The Grinch who Stole Christmas // All I Want for Christmas is Books // and for good measure, a second All I Want for Christmas is Books 

One of the December activities on my list is a Nutcracker viewing party! We'll read our favorite version of The Nutcracker and watch the movie version... And maybe I'll go above and beyond a la this Pinterest board

I always wanted to take my kids to Storybook Island but goodness, how fun does it look at Christmas?! 

The 35 best Christmas books according to The Pioneer Woman and even more according to Sarah Mackenzie of Read Aloud Revival 

Books I'm planning to read this December: the second story in Once Upon a Dickens Christmas // A Treasury of Christmas Miracles // Jingle Bells 

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