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December 06, 2009


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Kris Pare

My favorite is Rudolph--thanks for the giveaway!


My favorite is The Cajun Night Before Christmas!


The Night Before Christmas, My Grandfather always read it to me on Christmas Eve.


I love Kristie's idea, and the way she customized the crate!

Our favorite is The Crippled Lamb. The lamb is not strong enough to run with the flock, stays behind in the barn and is there when baby Jesus is born.

Tonja Jensen

My favorite Christmas story is found in the New Testament of the Holy Bible. In Luke, chapter 2, I love to read about the birth of the Saviour Jesus Christ. It means so much to me. It keeps me focused on the real meaning of Christmas. This story makes me feel so thankful and humbled. I just LOVE it.

Jessica Canham

My favorite Christmas story is the Littlest Angel. It's such a sweet story that reminds us the most important thing is having a personal relationship with Jesus, and not to get so busy with serving Him that we forget that.

Lori Leng

I have to say my favorite is of course the birth of Christ as that is what the true meaning of Christmas is...I also love Rudolph...who doesn't?

Ginny H

This is a hard one- I love The Polar Express but I am also fond of The Puppy Who Wanted a Boy.

Janet Sisk

My favorite Christmas story is found in Luke 2 of the Bible. I will never tire of hearing the story of Christ's birth, especially on Christmas eve before we open our gifts. Thanks for a chance to win a great prize.

Keely Yowler

I've always loved Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer!

heather gates

Mortimer's Finds A Home. It about a mouse who scurries about the house trying to find a home. The home that is found is actually a manger. Once he realizes that the home is Jesus', he searches on. Finally, in the end, he discovers a gingerbread house that is made (or he thinks is made) just for him. It is a neat story!

Nancy B

'Twas the Night before Christmas is our fav. We had a copy with pop-ups & my kids loved it. My kids are all grown up now, but I still have the book and display it at Christmas.

Gini Cagle

Twas the Night Before Christmas is always a must read.


I love the Gift of the Magi. I'm a sucker for that story - I cry EVERY time I read it! LOL!


This isn't a traditional Christmas book, but it is one that I love and read it over and over when I was younger...........Morris's Disappearing Bag by Rosemary Wells. The idea of being invisible is always a fun daydream.
Thanks for the great giveaway!

Michelle Michael

I think my favorite will always be The Night Before Christmas. I'm just an old-fashioned kind of gal who enjoys an old-fashion kind of Christmas!

Jennifer Hansen

The kids love to hear Twas the Night Before Xmas.

Diane Davies

I love this idea! I don't know if this is necessarily my favorite but my kids love "How the Grinch Stole Christmas".


Oops. Before I send anyone on a wild goose chase looking for that David Sedaris book, it's called "Holidays on Ice", not "Christmas on Ice". And the elf story is another in the book that simply mustn't be missed. Great book!


I love the book "Christmas on Ice" by David Sedaris. My husband and I read the Christmas letter story out loud every year. Too funny!

Michelle Cummings

I've always liked the night before Christmas. I have a special edition I bought when Dyllan was born. pop up's, pull outs, secret notes and even a recipe for Santa's favorite sugar cookies!


Oh well - Twas the night Before Christmas of course - I love reading it to my kids every year. Thanks for the chance to win. happy Holidays

Andrea MacDonald

The Night Before Christmas! It's a classic!!

Staci Garrison

My favorite Christmas story has always been The Night Before Christmas, and my favorite version of this one is the one illustrated by Mary Englebreit.

Summer Braxton

What an amazing idea from Kristie. I'm stealing it.
My favorite Christmas story to read to me little girl is from her Children's Bible. It so easily tells the story of our Savior's birth. At 2 and a half, she knows Christmas is about Jesus first.

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