Christmas Reading List

The Gift of the Magi

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How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The original Dr. Suess, How the Grinch StoleChristmas. No cheating (I see you) and watching the movie. Go get the book and read it, with all the silly suess-isms for yourself. Let Cindy Loo Who make you go “aw!”, and determine not to be a grinch this year, all over again.

3. The Night Before Christmas

Cover of a 1912 edition of the poem, illustrat...

The christmas story for those of us who like ghost stories! Sincere pity for those who were raised on Scrooge McDuck, or Mickey-Scrooge, Dicken’s story was not for kids – it was meant to be a genuinely creepy reminder of what happens to those who can’t get into the Christmas spirit!A Christmas Carol (1982 film)

 

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