In the Christmas season, reading is a great way to get into the spirit of Christmas; and get into the groove of the season. Books ranging from children’s fairy tales, epic historical novels, endearing short novels, classic love stories, or something straight-up Christmas can put you in the magic of the season. The season has got a lot of great books to offer. We have brought together a list to get you started and keep you company as you drive into the thrill of Christmas.
· The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis
This book is the first of the seven novels of the famous stories of The Chronicles of Narnia. This book is a high fantasy novel, which is sure to get you into the Christmas groove. It is a book that is sure to get your winter imagination going, as it is a story of endless winter, centaurs, dwarves, fauns, and giants.
· The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen
This novel is a mysterious tale of the struggle between good and evil by the two children, Kay and Gerda. This book is brought to life by the beautiful illustrations of its magical beings and wintry scenes. The album remains one of the most loved fairy tales by Danish Hans Christian Andersen.
· A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
This novel is a timeless classic book written by Charles Dickens and maybe one of his best literary contributions. It was published in 1843 and had remained popular for several generations. Dickens’s incredible ability to portray his secular view of Christmas has greatly influence Christmas of the western culture. Its influences range from traditional food, drink, seasonal gatherings to the heartwarming festive spirit.
· The Nutcracker by E. T. A. Hoffmann
Even though this book is a famous old classic, the writer is not so famous. E. T. A. Hoffmann tells a story that remains one of the most popular Christmas tales today. The wonders of the Christmas season are beautifully portrayed in this book and is always a pleasure to read.
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