Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Christmas Books Recommended

Here are a few titles of Christmas stories for adults and children which we thought you might enjoy over the holidays:


The Christmas Box by Richard Paul Evans is a holiday classic that is as beloved in our time as A Christmas Carol was in Dickens's.

Finding Noel, a novel by Richard Paul Evans, is about how people come into our lives for a reason. It is a love story about Macy and Mark, two young people from different worlds.

The Christmas Sweater by Glenn Beck delivers an instant holiday classic about boyhood memories, wrenching life lessons, and the true meaning of the gifts we give to one another in love.

A Christmas Promise by Thomas Kinkade takes you to the holiday season of the townspeople of Cape Light, and the village has a special guest.

The Christmas Thieft by Mary Higgins Clark creates an entertaining and suspenseful tale featuring two of her most beloved characters - Alvirah and Willy - who become embroiled in a Yuletide mystery in Manhattan when the Christmas tree destined for Rockefeller Center disappears.


The Littlest Angel by Charles Tazewell. An earth-sick little angel newly arrived in the celestial kingdom finds his recent transition from boy to cherub a difficult one.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel. Why is the Grinch such a grouch? No one seems to know, until little Cindy Lou Who takes matters into her own hands and turns both Whoville and the Grinch's world upside down, inside out...and funny side up in her search for the true meaning of Christmas.

The Night before Christmas by Clement Clarke Moore. An illustrated version of the classic poem about a visit from St. Nicholas.

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. A miser learns the true meaning of Christmas when three ghostly visitors review his past and foretell his future.

The Library Staff wishes you a Merry Christmas and hopes to see you over the holidays.

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