Best Festive Reads for a Christmas Break
There is nothing like a great winter tale to invoke the nostalgic excitement of Christmas’ past. Here are our top easy reads to cosy up with this festive season.
The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe- CS Lewis
A wondrous tale of a magical adventure in a snow covered land. You’ll need to snuggle up next to the fire to keep warm reading this one.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas-Dr Seuss
Dr Seuss’ clever, Anti-festive rhythms deserve to be read out loud in a very Grinch-ly voice. Best read after a strong drink.
The Hogfather- Terry Pratchett
Pop you head in to the insane and zaney disk world, and get acquainted with Bilious, the ‘Oh God of Hangovers’ –an especially great read to recover from the night before!
Letters from Father Christmas JR Tolkien
These are a delightful series of letters written by JR Tolkien, from the point of Father Christmas addressed to his own three children. Tales of mis-adventure guaranteed to warm the coldest of hearts.
The Polar Express
Settle down for the night with this Pyjama leaden tale of travel. It festive narrative will turn you back into a true believer. Can you still hear the bell ring?
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