Singing in the snow: December’s Reading Challenge

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!♬ 2012 is fast approaching but the Holidays are even closer. Singing, but more specifically caroling, is a major part of holiday traditions. We understand that this time of year can also be busy and stressful so we’d like to do something different with this month’s challenge. We’re looking forward to see how creative you guys can get ☺

Step 1: Take a look at the list of Carols listed below. If we’re missing your favorite carol then feel free to add it nonetheless.
Step 2: Pick as many carols as you want. Once you have your carol(s) selected then try to associate them with a book.
Step 3: List your book(s) and carol(s) and then give a brief explanation of how the books relate to the carol.

Levels
Easy – 3 to 4 carols
Moderate – 5 – 8 carols
Hard – 9+ carols

I’m in and picked level easy, here are my books.

(1) Carol: Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
Book Read: Wish upon a star by Sarah Morgan
Why: It’s snowing and they are watching.
Wish Upon A Star (Mills & Boon Special Releases)

(2) Carol: (There’s No Place Like) Home for the Holidays
Book Read: Small Town Christmas by Jill Shalvis
Why: The door gives a felling for home.
Small Town Christmas

(3) Carol: Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree
Book Read: Christmas in Lucky Harbor by Jill Shalvis
Why: The tree is a christmas one or will be.
Christmas in Lucky Harbor: Simply Irresistible/the Sweetest Thing

Challenge from a group on Goodreads, Nothing but reading challenges

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