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12 Nostalgic Days of Christmas: 11 Classic Christmas Books {Eleventh Day}

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According to recent research by the Pew Research Center:

“[Y]oung adults – those ages 18 to 29 – are more likely than their elders to have read a book in the past 12 months. Fully 80% of young adults read a book, compared with 71% of those ages 30 to 49, 68% of those 50 to 64 and 69% of those 65 and older.”

This holiday season, let’s improve on those statistics. You probably have at least one of these classic Christmas books in your home right now. If not, go get one or more of them from the library or the bookstore. Gather the family. Kids. Mom and Dad. Grandpa and Grandma.

And read. Together. It’s one of the best ways to develop strong family bonds. Combine that with embracing the nostalgia of the season (which also strengthens personal connections and bolsters positive thinking), and you have the makings for a most magical, memorable, merry Christmas.

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 {1}

The Night Before Christmas: The Heirloom Edition

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 {2}

Polar Express 30th Anniversary Edition 

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 {3}

The Christmas Cookie Sprinkle Snitcher

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 {4}

Peanuts: A Charlie Brown Christmas (Deluxe 50th Anniversary Edition)

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 {5}

A Snowman Named Just Bob

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 {6}

A Wish for Wings That Work

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 {7}

The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey

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 {8}

How the Grinch Stole Christmas

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 {9}

Babar and Father Christmas

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 {10}

The Littlest Christmas Tree

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 {11}

The Tomten

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Just joining us for this series? The links below can help you catch up:

12 Nostalgic Days of Christmas: 1 Christmas Infographic {First Day}
12 Nostalgic Days of Christmas: 2 Holiday Gift Guides {Second Day}
12 Nostalgic Days of Christmas: 3 Nostalgic Traditions {Third Day}
12 Nostalgic Days of Christmas: 4 Nostalgic Crafts to Create with Your Kids This Christmas {Fourth Day}
12 Nostalgic Days of Christmas: 5 Classic Christmas Cookies {Fifth Day}
12 Nostalgic Days of Christmas: 6 Ugly Christmas Sweaters {Sixth Day}
12 Nostalgic Days of Christmas: 7 Underrated Christmas Songs That You Will Love {Seventh Day}
12 Nostalgic Days of Christmas: 8 Holiday GIFs {Eighth Day}
12 Nostalgic Days of Christmas: 9 Christmas Movies and a New Way to Think About Them {Ninth Day}
12 Nostalgic Days of Christmas: 10 Quotes that Honor the Spirit of Christmas {Tenth Day}

Our wish for you is that you enjoy our Twelfth Day of Christmas post!

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