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I’m a reader. I love books. And what – seriously, tell me what – is better than a book on a chilly night? Add a hot drink and a warm fire… perfection. The fall and winter seasons lend themselves so well to reading, and I’m happy to oblige. I wanted to share with you a few titles that make it onto my nightstand every year! Peek into my bookshelf here, and know that there are dozens more that are now out of print or unlisted, so I’ve left them off of this particular list.

Thanksgiving 101, by Rick Rodgers {I call this one my Thanksgiving Bible. It’s awesome.}

Slow-Cooker Fall Favorites from Gooseberry Patch
– Related: my review of Slow-Cooker Fall Favorites
– Related: Pumpkin Spice Latte recipe, and Western Omelette Casserole recipe

The Christmas Table from Gooseberry Patch

The Women of Christmas, by Liz Curtis Higgs

The Greatest Gift, by Ann Voskamp
– Related: The Greatest Gift Paper Ornament set {we have these and they’re beautiful!!}
– Related: Ann Voskamp – The Greatest Gift – DVD, 4-Session Group Study

Winter Poems, selected by Barbara Rogasky

Shepherds Abiding, by Jan Karon

Everything I Need to Know About Christmas, I Learned from a Little Golden Book, by Diane Muldrow

31 Family Devotions for Christmas, by Marilee Parish

A Moment of Christmas, by Anna Rendell 😉

There are SO many more, but frankly all of our books are packed up right now and until I unpack them, I just won’t remember! What are YOUR favorite autumn or Christmas books? I’d love to hear about them. And stay tuned – tomorrow I’ll have a list like this of our family’s favorite holiday books for children!

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