Seasonal Books for Your Reading Enjoyment!

This week we bring to you three books to get you in the mood for the holiday season.

Season’s greetings to you all! While you are out and about preparing for the holidays, why not stop in to your local library to check-out one of these great seasonal titles? Happy Reading!

Christmas Baking: Fun and Delicious Holiday Treats
By Mia Ohrn, November 2012, 96 pages. 
Famous Swedish pastry chef Mia Öhrn offers thirty-eight of her amazingly creative and delicious recipes for cakes, cookies, candies, truffles, cupcakes, tarts, and breads that are tasty, colorful, fun, and decorative. Along with the recipes, the author provides helpful hints for choosing the best ingredients and gives valuable baking tips and decorating ideas. This special book of treats will surely please the bakers out there.

Mischief and Mistletoe
By Mary Jo Putney et. Al., September 2012, 325 pages.
This delightful collection of holiday romance stories follows the lives and loves of eight individuals, from a spirited lady who sets out to save her best friend from an unsuitable engagement, to a bold spy who finally gets his chance with the woman he has always loved. Readers looking for an escape with some holiday romance stories will surely enjoy this new book.

A Wreath of Snow: a Victorian Christmas Novella
By Liz Curtis Higgs, October 2012, 212 pages.
On a reluctant visit home, an icy reception from her Scottish family sends Meg Campbell fleeing for the train station, determined to spend the holidays alone, but after pouring her heart out to a fellow traveler, she finds the courage to return home. Readers will enjoy this heartwarming story of love and forgiveness.

Reviews brought to you each week by Librarians – Jennifer Niederhausen, Dona Stein, & Heather Timko
Adult Services Division
Strongsville Branch Library

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