Give the gift of reading for Christmas. I love to give my kids books for Christmas, which means I’m always on the prowl for great books. Maybe you are, too.
Here are my book recommendations for Christmas:
All three are kid and adult friendly. I’ve already mentioned these books on my blog back when I read them, but I’ll mention them again in case you forgot, because they’re that good. :)
- My dad’s newest book, THE GUARDIAN – by Gerald N. Lund, is a fast-paced novel similar in feel to his ALLIANCE and FREEDOM FACTOR books. The main characters are a spunky 16yo girl, her best friend who happens to be a boy, and a magic pouch with the power to save her family (the pouch deserves to be a character because it has a mind of it’s own). I wrote in more detail about it here. It’s #1 on Deseret Book’s fiction list right now which is awesome!
- Braden Bell’s, THE KINDLING, is a middle-grade book perfect for younger teens and pre-teens. I wrote more about this book here. Braden is running a Christmas special right now for his book $9.99.
- I also love EDENBROOKE by Julianne Donaldson. It’s a fun regency romance that takes me back to my Jane Austen reading roots. I wrote more thoughts about this book here.
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Those are my three suggestions. What are yours?
I’m always looking for great books to read, and between me and my five kids, we read most genres. I know you love to read, too, so what have you read lately that we might like? What do you love? Share here.
3 thoughts on “The Gift Of Reading: My Three Book Recommendations for Christmas”
I LOVED Edenbrooke. Got it from the library, but will buy it soon. I will definitely reread that one. I’ll have to get the Kindling for my boy. Oh, and I finished Origin and really liked that one too. Thanks for the reviews.
I forgot about ORIGIN! Shoot. Another awesome book!!!
ORIGIN is by Jessica Khoury, and it’s a YA romance/adventure/speculative novel set in the Amazon Rainforest. Very good.