1.This book used to be my favourite book when I was little at Christmas time and I think that if you have a little brother/sister/cousin/anyone then you need to read this to them. Literally make them sit down and read this to them and they will love it so much and you will be-to them- some sort of God. Seriously, you will probably love it too and now I'm in the mood for reading it. Hmm, I know which book I'm searching for in a minute...it's How The Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr Seuss! Such a great story for younger kids (and older, don't judge ok.) To go along with the theme, you could even watch the film after!
The Jubilee Express- Maureen Johnson
A Cheertastic Christmas Miracle- John Green
The Patron Saint of Pigs- Lauren Myracle
The cover is super Christmassy and I think that just having this on your bookshelf or by your bed will give you that December feel!
3. This is more of a winter themed book- A Witch in Winter by Ruth Warburton. I've mentioned this before in an older post as being part of the Winter trilogy and I really enjoyed it. It has a lot of events and language which make me think of this time of year but is such a good story that it would be fun to read any time. It also has a lot of magic which just seems quite wintry to me. A really brilliant story for the YA genre!
4. Finally, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. This is such a classic, a tearjerker but a feel good story at the same time. It is sure to get you into the Christmas spirit and the true meaning of Christmas. Also, because it is a classic and written a while ago it does't have so much of a materialistic view of Christmas like a lot of it is now.