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Saturday, December 23, 2017

Seven Books, Mug & Chocolate Giveaway



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59 comments:

  1. My favorite Christmas story is The Night Before Christmas.

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  2. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, it's such a moving story. The treatment of the poor comes vividly to light and moves me to tears.

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  3. It's a tie between Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer and How The Grinch Stole Christmas. I love both of them. They have a bit of a scare to them but are so delightful and have happy endings.

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  4. A Christmas carol I read it as a child and love reading it to my kids

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  5. Omg so many books! Oh and those chocos, delish!

    I really do not have one, I will stick to the cutey hallmark ones

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  6. The night before Christmas- we read it every Christmas Eve

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  7. "What's your favorite holiday story and why?" "A Christmas Carol"--because Alastair Sim is incredible in the movie version, "Scrooge"!

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  8. I don't celebrate Yuletide, but I loooove the Sound of Music story which is often shown this time of year!!! :D

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  10. A Christmas Carol

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  11. A Christmas Carol. I like the movie version with The Muppets!

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  12. A Christmas carol is my favorite, I love reading this with my son every year.

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  13. Christmas Carol just because it's a classic

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  14. I would have to say it's Gremlins :)

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  15. The night before Christmas because it's my kids favorite.

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  16. I think the closest I've gotten to an actual Christmas story (book wise) would be the Harry Potter scenes where he's always invited to the Weasley's (movie wise I like the Shrek short one..shrek the halls? )

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  17. Harry Potter and the philosophers' Stone. I love reading it in winter. It just makes me happy!

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  18. I'm not sure what mine is I think I might have to go with original nativity story despite not being religious it was fun to learn as a kid.

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  19. Mine is a Christmas Story that My Mum used to read us as children, It was a story of a young girl and boy growing up and planning their Christmas's. It is a lovely story and describes the perfect family Christmas.

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  20. Twas The Night Before Christmas - always a family tradition to read before bedtime on Christmas Eve.

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  21. A Christmas Carol which simply captures the spirit of Christmas

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  22. I always enjoyed reading Enid Blyton's Christmas stories because she was so gifted at describing the food and decorations.

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  23. A Christmas carol is my families favorite story we read it every year

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  24. It's hard to beat Chris Van Allsburg's, The Polar Express. A classic Christmas story with detailed illustrations. I love the book, especially the scene where the boy opens his gift to find the silver bell.

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  25. I love A Christmas Carol - I have a beautiful leather-bound copy my gran received for Christmas 1932.

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  26. I love "A Christmas Carol" as it's such a heartwarming story with an inmprtant message too.

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  27. Twas the Night Before Christmas is my favorite!!

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  28. I like K is for Kwanzaa as it explains different facets of African American heritage.
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  29. Charles Dickens - A Christmas Carol. It has become a must see film at Christmas.

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  30. Devil in Winter by Lisa Kleypas. It's just that good.

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  31. A Christmas Carol! Lindsey Loughtman

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  33. Frosty the snowman my childhood favorite . It always made me happy .

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  34. Dickens’s Christmas Carol because it’s a classic and has ghosts.

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  35. The winter wedding! It's sweet and in Christmas mood! :)
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  36. the grinch. i have the book and read it every year

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  37. I've loved How the Grinch Stole Christmas since I was a kid. It's such a fun story with a great message.

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  38. The Christmas Carol - because I love Dickens

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  39. My fav book is the dark is rising - not specifically about Christmas but the adventure takes part over the festive period

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  41. The Night Before Christmas - I think it's just so magical and have read it to my daughter every christmas eve since she was tiny.

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  42. Frosty the Snowman as all 3 of my grown up boys loved it when they were little, a real classic

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  43. A CHRISTMAS CAROL which shows what could happen if you found the heart to do something good for others. :)

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  44. Dreaming of Venice by T.A Williams. It made me travel through Venise at the comfort of my seat. A story about love found in unexpected circumstances and found you anywhere.

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  45. It s a short story "Christmas wafer" by Martin Kukucin. Because it reminds of old beautiful and disappearing Christmas traditions in my country. Lubka

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  46. A holiday story? Nothing compares to Dickens 'A Christmas Carol'. God Bless Us Every One!
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