Happy #MondayBlogs! What better way to lighten Monday’s normally dreadful mood by having guest bloggers come in and share their thoughts about reading and writing? Today is the first guest blogger for this new section of ShannonAThompson.com, but this isn’t their first time blogging here! If you’ve been with me for a few months, then you’ll recognize Ninja Essays and all of their perfection. Today, Ninja Essays has created another beautiful infograph titled “Best Christmas Books of All Times.” So, you might check it out and find that perfect Christmas gift for your reading friend or for your companions that are traveling this holiday season.
Thank you, Ninja Essays!
Best Christmas Books of All Times
It may be cold, crowded and hectic, but everyone agrees that Christmas is the best time of the year! It’s time to connect with our families and show appreciation for everything we have. The loving Christmas mood has inspired many authors to write heart-warming stories that embody the spirit of the holiday.
When you get overwhelmed by cooking, event organizing, shopping and wrapping, it’s time to let the perfect Christmas read take you to a world of magic and mystery. The best Christmas books mix sadness with sweetness and joy; they make you reflect on your actions and recognize the importance of kindness, giving and affection.
The following infographic by NinjaEssays.com suggests the best Christmas books in five categories: Children, Classic, Romance, Fantasy, and Mystery & Crime. It’s the perfect selection of books that remind us what Christmas is really about!
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16 thoughts on “Best Christmas Books of All Times”
So sad not to see A Child’s Christmas in Wales on here.
Haven’t read that one! I’ll have to check it out. I love A Dog Named Christmas by Greg Kincaid.
The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe is my favourite Christmas book. I cannot wait to ready it to my family this year. Its something we do every year.
That’s an awesome tradition!
Thanks, you should start your own one like this.=)
Cool =) let me know how it goes.
Great list – A Christmas Carol is definitely one of my favourites!
Great one. 🙂
What a beautiful list, makes me want to stay in bed and keep reading. Wait, I think that’s the meaning of Christmas!
Haha! That is a great way to celebrate anyway.
I have been reminded of my love for Mary Higgins Clark. I haven’t read her works in years. I see some other selections that are great.
I love being reminded of a book I’ve loved but haven’t read in a long time. It gives me the perfect reason to go back and read it again.
Fantastic list, a lot of great holiday classics! My aunt always gives me a christmas book for the season, some of those nice cozy mysteries. I look forward to reading my new one.
Hope you enjoy your new read!