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Here are list of some all time great Christmas stories which you can enjoy reading this winter.

Christmas Tales

Christmas is one of the holiest occasions across the year that is celebrated with immense devotion and gaiety with family and friends. It is a time of family reunions and get-togethers. After that luxurious and classy Christmas party hosted where everybody enjoyed the dinner, music, and dance, family members gather around the fireplace for traditional story telling. This is one of the many traditions practiced on Christmas that is popular amongst children, in particular. We often find grandparents to narrate stories to their kids over fireplaces. Christmas tales are enjoyed since centuries and continue to entertain kids to this date as well. This holiday season is the perfect time for people to recount tales, especially those who love reading. The chilling and snowy winter season outside allows you to spend hours inside your homes and relax down after a sumptuous Christmas celebration.

Gift of The MagiWhat can be a better way of passing time than reading a good Christmas novel? It is not necessary for you to read only classic books; you can pick up any good book to make yourself feel good and entertained. Christmas tales are humorous and entertaining with a tint of social message. They not only set your mood according to the festive season but also make you feel light at heart. These old fashioned tales give you a ride towards the older times and teach you some good lessons for a better life. If this Christmas, you are staying back home and enjoying a happy holiday vacation, you can read a good classic novel to make your holiday a more warm pleasant experience. Here is a long but interesting list of Christmas tales and stories which have charmed people worldwide and will surely exhilarate you.
  • A Christmas Carol (by Charles Dickens)
  • Christmas Magic (by Terry Boughner)
  • The Gift of the Magi (by O. Henry)
  • The Cradle (by Ralph F. Wilson)
  • A Gift from the Children: A Christmas Miracle (by Donna Wallace)
  • The Innkeeper's Tale (by Ralph F. Wilson)
  • The Night Before Christmas (by P.E Adotey Addo)
  • The Doll and a White Rose (by V.A Bailey)
  • Where Angels Go ( Debbie Macomber)
  • Christmas Jars (Jason F. Wright)
  • The Christmas Box ( Eve Merriam)
  • Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Robert L. May)
Nativity Story
Many years ago in the town of Nazareth lived a young woman called Mary. She was a simple good-hearted lady. One day while she was praying an angel named Gabriel appeared to Mary and told her that God has been kind to her and favored her with a son named Jesus who will be a great ruler and whose kingdom will never end.

Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer
Rudolph, the red nosed reindeer, is one of the most famous and traditional Christmas stories. Rudolph was a character created for Chicago-based Montgomery Ward (group of department stores) and was an advertising gimmick. In 1939, the employers of these