Happy Monday, everyone!
It’s day two of Blogmas! Where has the year gone? It feels like yesterday I was at YALC and now Christmas is nearly upon us. For the second day of Blogmas I’m posting my Christmas TBR, full of elves, festive cheer, High Fae and a dinosaur!
I read this every year and I love it so much! Set over the Christmas period and follows William Trundle and The Christmasaurus after they meet on Christmas Eve. It’s the perfect festive read for both kids and adults, the musical edition adds a little extra festiveness too. This year I’m going to listen to the audio book as there is also a musical edition too. I can’t wait to start listening to it!
The Christmasaurus and the Winter Witch by Tom Fletcher:
I’ve been eagerly awaiting this sequel since it was announced and I struggled to contain my excitement. I read this back in September, you can never read it too many times though. My review will be going up during Blogmas too!
Let It Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle:
I’ve had this a couple of years now and am yet to read it. I think it’s time I changed that, especially with the film adaptation being on Netflix. I don’t know much about this and haven’t seen many people talk about it on twitter, I’m really looking forward to reading it though!
The Twelve Days of Dash and Lily by David Levithan:
I love David Levithan’s books but never read this one, and what better time than Christmas? I bought it from another blogger with the intention of reading it last year, yet here I am. I might make this my first read!
Any excuse to re-read a SJM book and ACOFAS is the perfect wintery read as it’s set during the winter solstice. I love this glimpse into events after ACOWAR, It’s both heartwarming and heartbreaking. I might start reading this every christmas!
A Boy Called Christmas by Matt Haig:
I read this a couple of years ago and despite loving it I never got the chance to read the other books. I think it’s time I changed that, first I need to refresh my memory by going back and rereading the first one and see how many I can fit in this a month.
I pull this one out every year to reread, I love Harriet Manners, especially festive Harriet who is full of Christmas facts and loves everything about the season. All Wrapped Up is one of my favourite Christmas books and I’ve been counting down the days until I can pull it out again.
What’s on your festive TBR? Have you read any of these? Let me know in the comments!