Tis the season to read, read, read! It is time for another book giveaway! The last books have been won and mailed. Here is a list of books I will be giving away for our December Book Giveaway and my reviews on each one:
The Pine Tree Parable by Liz Curtis Higgs This is a beautiful tale about a farmer and his family who lovingly grow pine seedlings into fragrant Christmas trees. The farmers wife learns a valuable lesson about the true meaning of Christmas.
Yuletide Ice Cube Fair by Karen Poth This is a Christmas VeggieTales book that focuses on Jesus being what matters most.
Belfry’s Christmas Gift by Mike Jones This is a sweet Christmas story from Theo’s Tales of Little Overhill that focuses on what the best gifts to others really is–love.
Llama Llama Holiday Drama by Anna Dewdney This is a cute and very colorful book that tells of a little llama who becomes overwhelmed with all of the hustle and bustle of Christmas preparations. She will learn what really matters–loving people and not stuff.
Yes, FOUR Christmas books! These books are new or like new. With Christmas coming up and gift buying is on your mind, go ahead and put your name into the drawing to win a book.
- In the comment section to this post, give me the title of one of your favorite books to read at Christmas.
- Subscribe (if you haven’t already) to this webpage. (bottom of this page)
- Go to my dyertyme facebook page or instagram page and type “done” in the comment section for the December Book Giveaway post. (You can get two entries if you comment on both my dyertyme FB and Instagram page.)
The end date of this giveaway is Sunday, December 2. This way I can have the books mailed to you before Christmas. Thank you for participating! I love to hear from you all.
My dad read us a vintage book about Santa on Christmas eve every year. I don’t remember the title but the illustrations were beautiful.
Twas the Night Before Christmas? 🙂 I love the older books that have the beautiful illustrations!
I always love reading any book that tells the Christmas Story. ❤️
I do too! I love the older books that have such beautiful paintings and illustrations of the manger scene.
It would be a tie between “The Candles” by Hans Christen Andersen and “The Tree that Didn’t Get Trimmed” by Christopher Morley, both from the “Story a Day ‘Til Christmas” book. <3
Oh, Staci, I absolutely love “The Candles”! So beautifully written!
We love Christmas Love Letters from God! 😍
I must say, I have never read that one. It is now on my “to read” list. Thank you for sharing!
I like ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. And my kids like any Santa book 🙂
I’m sure they love hearing you read it with a voice filled with anticipation of what comes next. 🙂
I have not had any Christmas books. 😢
But I loved reading the Christmas story from the Bible with my dad on Christmas morning.
I loved when my dad read the Christmas story from Luke 2 when I was growing up. 😉 We have continued the tradition in our own home.
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