I just realized we have fewer than two weeks to go before Christmas. When did this happen?! It’s not that I really have a lot left to do, but I’d like more time to just enjoy it. Time stops for no woman, however, so I need to buckle down and finish wrapping presents and baking cookies. Looking for ideas for your book-addicted loves? Here are a few things I’d love to see in my stocking!
Charles Dickens gets the trophy, I think, for the best holiday book in the history of forever, and A Christmas Carol is a staple for Christmas-loving readers!
For the melancholy reader who prefers to read books by candlelight on dark and stormy nights, a collection of poems and songs by Leonard Cohen.
For the sentimental bookworm who knows there’s no place like home for the holidays, help her find happiness in her new place.
Try these card catalog-inspired note cards for the bibliophile who yearns for the long lost art of letter writing.
A reading journal for your favorite reflective scholar.
For the person who thinks best while out on a stroll.
And to instill a love of words into your little ones, you can never go wrong with some fun tongue-twisters!
Happy holidays, and happy reading.