Books are a fabulous gift to give at Christmas, here's a list of our top suggestions for the festive period for the family.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr Seuss
The Grinch is one popular of all holiday villains. The Grinch plots to steal Christmas from the happy Whos of Whoville. However, he has an unexpected change of heart as he comes to understand the true meaning of the holiday.
The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg
Young Billy’s family doesn’t believe in Santa and now even Billy is having his doubts. Luckily, a mysterious fun train arrives on Christmas Eve to take him to the North Pole to meet the big man himself.
The Snowman by Raymond Briggs
This book doesn’t have words as it’s an illustration, and published in 1978. It is a true classic and not to be missed, it was adapted into a film in 1982, and nominated for an Academy Award.
Passion for Life by Joan Collins
This book is a name-dropping and bed hopping no holds barred story full of glossy pictures for the five time bride and Dynasty diva.
The Hairy Dieters by Si King and Dave Myers (Book 3)
They have done it again, providing sumptuous recopies that the ladies can enjoy with easy-to-follow instructions.
Me and Mrs Jones by Lucy Diamond
This is a tale of friendship, heartbreak, hope and love. Romantic, dreamy and fun.
My Life by David Jason
This one is for the hard Del boy fan, the star of Open All Hours, Only Fools and Horses and a Touch of Frost takes us on a journey through his life.
Strange Bodies by Marcel Theroux
Is a gripping plot, that doesn’t fail to thrill, you will find it hard to put down the book, it should be on everyone’s Christmas list.
The Moaning of Life by Karl Pilkington
Prepare yourself for some fascinating insights into Britain’s favourite “idiot” he goes on search of a spiritual purpose, in the most hilarious ways.
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