Something I love about the Holiday season is curling up with a blanket, a nice cup of tea and a good book. Over the years my Christmas books have been piling up. I have been trying desperately to read through all of it, but there still some books left for me to read. I thought it could be fun to share with you guys my Christmas Book Pile. I haven’t read any of these books yet so they might be the absolute worst. So please, don’t hesitate to leave a comment down below if you have read any of these. I would love to hear your opinion!
Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan. This might be the most cliché book I have on my list but you guys know how much I love a good cliché. The story is about 16-year-old Lily who one day decided to leave a notebook full of challenges on the shelf of her favorite bookshop. When Dash discovers the book, he and Lily start exchanging dreams and wishes through the notebook and end up falling in love.
My True Love Gave To Me by Various Authors. Twelve different holiday stories written by some of the best YA-authors such as Rainbow Rowell (who you all know is one of my favourites), David Levithan and many more.
Let It Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle. Again a book written by several authors including my all time favourite; John Green. This one has been on my reading list for a while now but I have never gotten around to actually reading it. I am going to have to read it soon though!
Skipping Christmas by John Grisham. When a couple decides to skip Christmas by going on a Caribbean cruise. They discover that skipping Christmas can bring some big consequences and isn’t as easy as they had hoped.
A Long Winter’s Fright: 13 Holiday YA Poems & Stories. A slightly different approach to Christmas, however, I thought it was very cool. A book filled with poems and stories about zombies, vampires and some werewolf. All mixed together with a little bit of Christmas.
I Heart Christmas by Lindsey Kelk. British Christmas tradions mixed with a bit of New York and a few curveballs. Christmas might not go entirely the way Angela had planned.
Have you read any of these books? Let me know! Do you know anymore good books to read during the Holidays? Let me know as well!
See you tomorrow!