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    Hi ive been looking on amazon but not found anything yet really. I'd like some nice books with happy christmas themese please. Nothing depressing!!!

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    For children or adults?






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    The Polar Express. :D

    If you're after childrens I can name tons - still sorting the school library. :sigh;

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    Now that I really think about it, any suggestion I would have would be children's lit too. :)

    I can't think of a single adult story that is a "Christmas" story (stories that feature Christmas, yes...).

    I'm thinking our Figment or Johnie can help with this question!






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    Well Dickins wrote a few Christmas based stories that adults could read. Not so sure about them being nice stories though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 72559
    Well Dickins wrote a few Christmas based stories that adults could read. Not so sure about them being nice stories though.
    I was going to say that, but i did find a softer version of "A Christmas Carol". It was more modern but with the same message. I will try and find it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneybumble, post: 72587
    I was going to say that, but i did find a softer version of "A Christmas Carol". It was more modern but with the same message. I will try and find it.

    that sounds interesting - i'd like to know what it's called if you find it




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    oh I love Christmassy books :) some I can remember

    The Tree Nobody Wanted: A Christmas Story : Tom McCann
    The Christmas Train by David Baldacci
    A Christmas Guest by Anne Perry
    When Santa Fell to Earth by Cornelia Funke
    This Christmas by Jane Green

    There was a good one last christmas about a guy who grew christmas trees and travelled to new york each year to sell them and one year his son ran away whilst there and how he finds him again hmmm I'll have to ponder on the title though
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    Goodness! Lots of choices there!

    Dickens. Completely slipped my mind. :D Must have been Freud at work again.






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    my favourite christmas book is the donkey of nazareth, does anyone remember it? I still have my copy from childhood















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