Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Favorite Christmas Books from Maria N., 7th grade


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Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. The feature was created because The Broke and Bookish are particularly fond of lists (as are we!). Each week a new Top Ten list topic is given and bloggers can participate.

Today we let TTT be taken over by one of my students as the post she wrote at the end of last year was focused on Christmas, so we held on posting it until now!

 Today’s Topic: Ten Favorite Christmas Books

from Maria N., 7th grade (now 8th grade)

1. Letters from Father Christmas

It is unique because it is written in letters.

2. The Snowman

A traditional book that every kid dreams of hearing.

3. Father Christmas 

Something you would not expect from Santa.

4. A Christmas Carol

A traditional Christmas book.

5. The Polar Express

This is a unique Christmas book that kids love. 

6. One Wintry Night

Betters the Christmas Story.

7. How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

Dr. Seuss!

8. The Christmas Tree

A traditional Christmas book that has a good theme behind it. 

9. 12 Stories of Christmas

This book has different stories in it, and they are all perfect. 

10. The Night Before Christmas

The perfect traditional book that kids love.

Thank you, Maria!
And happy holidays, everyone!


3 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Favorite Christmas Books from Maria N., 7th grade”

  1. Great list! There are lots here I hadn’t heard of before. We do have The Polar Express and Twas the Night Before Christmas (of course). And we have the Grinch, but we mostly love to watch the original animated Grinch TV special – it’s our tradition every year with our closest friends to decorate cookies and then watch the Grinch!

    And we don’t have The Snowman as a book but have loved the video (VHS tape!) since our sons were little – the drawing and the music are soooo beautiful. Another favorite at our house.

    I also love the book Santa Mouse, a favorite from when I was a kid that we still red to our grown sons every Christmas Eve!

    Nice list – enjoy the holidays!


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