Author: Sherry Helms
This Christmas gift your near and dear ones the gift of classics. Given below a list of the most popular classic literatures on Christmas that can be some best choices for you to gift on this Christmas. Take a glance:
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens - The classic Christmas tale with highly decorated illustrations that has touched thousands of human hearts over the years, takes you on a ride to visit Victorian Christmas. Through the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, Dickens introduces you with the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future that come up with the moral lessons of kindness, charity and goodwill. Gift your beloved ones and let them experience the best Christmas carol ever.
Old Christmas by Washington Irving - Get yourself introduced with an idealized celebration of old-fashioned Christmas customs at a quaint English manor. Through the five Christmas stories supported by rich and colorful illustration, Irving depicts the harmonious warm-hearted English Christmas festivities he experienced while staying in Aston Hall, Birmingham, England. The book contributed to the revival and reinterpretation of the Christmas holiday in the United States.
The Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore - In the cozy and colorful house of Mary Engelbreit, you will discover a pure delight of the holiday magic with the glowing Christmas tree and Mary’s mischievous mouse. The Christmas Eve wouldn’t be that magical without reading this Moore’s enduring poem about a visit from Saint Nicholas. Give it to the youngest ones in your family and see how this classic book would bring the brightest smile on their face.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer by Robert L. May – This children’s classic started with a poem by Robert L. May, which has been sung at Christmastime by everyone –young and old alike. It is the story of a fearless leader of Santa’s sleigh, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Being regardless of age and stage, you can gift it to anyone in your family and friends.
A Christmas Memory by Truman Capote - A unique journey into a unique Christmas memory. It is a classic memoir of Truman Capote’s childhood in rural Alabama. Until he was ten years old, Capote lived with distant relatives, memories of which he has captured in this book, telling the story of those years. This is truly a nice classic Christmas tale.
The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry - Here is one highly moving story that will touch your heart and that of the person you will gift this book to. This is a sublime classic tale about the power of giving and the real meaning of an unconditional love. O. Henry paints a masterly portrait of unfaltering love, a haven from the harsh world outside.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas! by Dr. Seuss - A perfect Christmas tale for young hearts on this holiday season with crazy rhymes and coolest words. It is the wonderful story of the Grinch in the disguise of Santa bringing to you the religious significance of Christmas and spreading the message of goodwill. It is a classic to be treasured forever.
A Child’s Christmas in Wales by Dylan Thomas - Dylan Thomas, one of the greatest poets of the twentieth century, captures a child’s eye view of a magical Christmas Day in a small Welsh town, with uncles and aunties, sing songs, presents (some useful, some not) and lots of snow. This modern classic which will delight everyone with its marvelous tales of the fun and excitement of what it is like to be a child at Christmas.