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  1. Ticia
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    Hmmmm….. The Christmas Cat. You know, I"m trying to think what all is on my must read list, and I have to admit I can't remember it right now. I know we have a bunch that we read every year, and I'm just drawing a blank on them.

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  2. Karen
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    Gracias!!!! I was looking in our library, both, on books and dvd… to prepare our Christmas days and nights!!! Gracias!!

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  3. Lori
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    These are great suggestions for when my kiddos get a bit bigger, thanks! We are starting a book a day from the day after thanksgiving to Christmas this year too. I'll blog about mine in a couple weeks for my toddler and preschooler.

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  4. Teaching Stars
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    I only starting building up my collection last year. I can't wait until we have enough to do for the month! You have some great ones there!

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  5. Raising a Happy Chil
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    Great list. We have the same approach with 24 books, and I am looking forward to pulling them out. We don't wrap them – I don't like to waste paper. I have so many favorites, it's hard to count them all!

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  6. Sylvia
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    We do the same thing. We have a storybook advent. I wrap the books in purple paper, pink for the third week. We try and do activities a few days a week that tie in with the books. We take science and history off for Advent to have time for this. We also tie in our feast days with our books during the days of Advent (St. Nicholas, St. Lucia, Our Lady of Guadalupe, etc…) Lot of fun! We start on the first Sunday of Advent and to to the Epiphany.

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