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December 22, 2011

TQOTD - Your Favorite Christmas Book/Story?


How the Grinch Stole Christmas. It has to be my all-time favorite Christmas story ever written.

I've read a lot of Christmas books and stories, but none have ever seemed to come close to the Grinch. Not even The Night Before Christmas - which, as most of you know, is also completely awesome. But I don't know...there's something about that true meaning of Christmas idea that gets me teary-eyed everytime, lol.

But what about you? What is your favorite Holiday book or story? Do you read it every year? 


Let me know!


3 comments:

  1. I haven't really read any classic Christmas books aside from the ones you've mentioned. But if you ask me what's my favorite all time Christmas movie, I'd have to say "It's a wonderful life." It's truly my favorite.

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  2. How the Grinch Stole Christmas is my favorite Christmas story as well. I've been a fan since childhood. But in terms of movies, The Grinch would tie with A Christmas Story. It's so funny and the leg lamp scene is classic.

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  3. I'd have to say A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. It's probably a cliche holiday favorite, but I love that book!

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