Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Top Ten Tuesday #6



This is an meme from The Broke and the Bookish.

Each week we will post a new Top Ten list complete with one of our bloggers answers.


Top Ten Holiday Books

Mrs. Miracle
Debbie Macomber's Mrs Miracle: Debbie writes the best holiday stories, but this one is truly a favorite of mine. Watch out for the movie version on Hallmark in the coming weeks. There's going to be a sequel film airing on the 27th too.



The Christmas Train

David Baldacci's The Christmas Train was one of the best stories I've read for the holidays, a little humor
and some mystery thrown in to make it really interesting.

Finding Noel: A Novel

Richard Paul Evans' Finding Noel: OMG this is a tear jerker, but a beautiful one. Actually any of Richard's books can make this list.

On Christmas Eve (Cape Light)

Thomas Kinkade's Cape Light books are the highlight of any Christmas. I used to share these with my grandma before she passed. These are wonderful stories of families and Christmas spirit.

A Dog Named Christmas

Greg Kincaid - A Dog Named Christmas: I adored this book, it was absolutely heartwarming and touching. The movie was sweet too. Definitely a must read for the holiday.

The Christmas Candle

Max Lucado - The Christmas Candle: This was a short beautiful read, that I could revisit again and again.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

No Christmas is complete without THE GRINCH! This story and special are timeless. Christmas would not be Christmas without The Grinch!

Christmas Carol , A (Collector's Library)

No matter what version it is, A Christmas Carol makes the holiday complete. Though I have to admit, I like Catherine Tate's Nan's Christmas Carol, from the BBC last year. It was an interesting spin on this story!!

A Simple Amish Christmas

Vannetta Chapman - A Simple Amish Christmas: I read a galley of this earlier this year, and I have to say, I'll be buying a copy, because this story was so wonderful. You really got the feel of the Amish way of life, and how they celebrated Christmas.

The First Love Cookie Club


Lori Wilde - The First Love Cookie Club: This was another fabulous read. It is a sweet romance that doesn't forget the meaning of the season.

2 comments:

readerbuzz said...

Lots of sweet and gentle reads here. Thank you for sharing them with us.

Phantom Paragrapher said...

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