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Blogmas Day Twelve: Books I'm Gifting Part Two

Happy Blogmas Day Twelve Everyone :)

I'm going to be honest and admit that I was struggling to write a blog post for today. I've had a really stressful week, and I haven't handled it the greatest, and I absolutely can't stand when I let my attitude and mindset affect me that way.

As tempting as it was to just skip a day of Blogmas because of it, that's not the way I want to be, and it's not fair for me to go back on my commitments, and so I'm here to write a post today anyways. :)

My blog is definitely a source of inspiration for me, and so today, on a day when I'm not having the greatest day, I'm going to look forward to spending some more time of the holiday season with all of you guys, as you all mean the world to me.

Last week for day six of Blogmas, I posted What Books I'm Gifting For Christmas Part One

For today's post, I'm going to do Part Two, and share with all of you guys some more books 
I will be gifting during the holidays this year.

How To Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell:

I'm the type of Aunt that definitely loves to encourage my nieces and nephews to read, and so I generally always include books as part of their gifts. My ten year old nephew is not really a fan of reading, and I'd heard this book is a good choice to encourage younger boys to get into books. I know he really liked this movie, so I'm hoping he'll enjoy the book as well.

I often find with younger kids that the books they get the most excited about are the ones that include something fun with the book like stickers or such.

I remember loving books as a child that included a cassette tape to listen to the story on. So this year I decided to purchase my two seven year old nephews, and my three year old nephew read along books with cds.

I picked Star Wars for two of them, and I got the other one an Iron Man one. I think these are adorable, and I'm pretty sure they'll be a hit.

Unblemished by Sara Ella:

I chose this one for my husband as the premise sounded like something he'd really be interested in, and I've heard nothing but good things about it from everyone who's read it. 

An Angel By Her Side by Ruth Reid:

I'm giving this one to my best friend as part of her Christmas gift, as I really think it sounds like something she'll enjoy, and we're always on the lookout for books we might enjoy reading as a book club read.

There is still a few other books I'm gifting this Christmas, but I don't want to accidentally spoil anyone's gift, so I won't be including them in a post just yet.

I thank you guys all for reading, and I hope to see you all again tomorrow for Blogmas Day Twelve!

This is not a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The tree photo was taken by me, and belongs to me. All other photos do not belong to me, and all rights to the respective owners. 


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