Winter and Christmas with Chicken Soup for the Soul

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Chicken Soup for the Soul: It’s Christmas!
101 Joyful Stories About the Love, Fun, and Wonder of the Holidays
Self-Help/Motivational & Inspirational/Holiday
416 pages

Once again Chicken Soup for the Soul (CSS) brings us wonderful Christmas stories to read during the season. They made sure to keep all the stories “kid-safe” and full of “Christmas Magic” so you can read any story to your children safely.

The best part? A foreword from SANTA himself!

As is usual for Chicken Soup books, there are a wide variety of stories from the ones that make you laugh out loud to the ones that make you go awww and everything in between.  The book is peppered with cartoons to give your eyes a break from the words and the images of hot cocoa throughout the book looks so delicious it makes me crave it every time.

chicken-soup-for-the-soul-wonders-of-winterChicken Soup for the Soul: O Canada The Wonders of Winter
101 Stories about Bad Weather, Good Times and Great Sports
Self Help/Motivational & Inspirational
400 pages

If you live in Canada you know what winters are like here. If you don’t live in Canada, now you can find out! Either way you can have a great time reading stories from around Canada about winter including a bunch about Hockey.

Some holiday stories are included too and not just Christmas (although there is a chapter for that.) There are Christmas stories outside of that chapter as well though.

Janet Matthews does a wonderful job with the introduction. Her words really paint a picture of what Canada is like.

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About Kathleen

I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.