Holiday Books You Can Easily Finish Before Christmas

· 12/05/2020 · Michael Schmitt

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The holiday season is upon us! And as usual, Christmas is approaching faster the more things you have to do before the big day. You can easily squeeze in some reading during the holidays though with many classics short enough to finish before Christmas - even if you're reading in just 20 minutes a day.

Here are some of the best Christmas stories available from Serial Reader, including classics from Charles Dickens, Lucy Maud Montgomery, Washington Irving, Louisa May Alcott, and more:

A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens
11 issues
Bitter old miser Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by spirits on Christmas Eve in this classic holiday tale. • More info ›
Christmas Stories
Lucy Maud Montgomery
13 issues
A collection of Christmas and holiday short stories filled with smiles, tears, and human kindness. • More info ›
The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus
L. Frank Baum
12 issues
The rich and imaginative story of the origin of Santa Claus, complete with explanations of many holiday traditions from coming down the chimney to Santa's reindeer. • More info ›
Old Christmas
Washington Irving
7 issues
A collection of charming English Christmas stories taken from The Sketch Book of Washington Irving. • More info ›
The Abbot's Ghost: A Christmas Story
Louisa May Alcott
9 issues
A sweet Christmas story filled with ghosts, forbidden love, and drawing room intrigue. • More info ›
The Christmas Angel
Abbie Farwell Brown
6 issues
An old woman, seeking isolation from Christmas, throws her old toys out into the street. All except one she cannot bear to part with. • More info ›
The First Christmas Tree
Henry van Dyke
3 issues
A story from the dark ages of northern Europe, as Christian missionaries strive to convert Thor's believers. • More info ›

Find more great Christmas books in the Christmas collection in Serial Reader.

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