A Round-up of Christmas Posts


We’ve posted several Christmas and winter-themed posts over the years and this week I thought I’d post a little round up. It’s a very busy time of the year right now but if anyone has some free time I thought they might like to read one or two seasonal posts they may have missed.

So we have:

Poems
Christmas Gifts
Christmas News
In the Stable
Santa Claus Gets Busy
The Party

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Presents
A Very Blyton Christmas
A roundup of Blyton presents
Another roundup of Blyton presents

Winter Reads
Stef’s Winter and Christmas Reads Part One
Stef’s Winter and Christmas Reads Part Two

Book Reviews
Enid Blyton’s Christmas Stories
The First Christmas
Father Christmas and Belinda
The Christmas Book

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Recipes
Making Blyton’s Food: Mince Pies
Making Blyton’s Food: Gingerbread by Katie Stewart

I hope there’s something Christmassy there for everyone, that is if you have time to be sat reading blogs between wrapping presents, writing cards and those other last-minute Christmas preparations!

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6 Responses to A Round-up of Christmas Posts

  1. chrissie777 says:

    Thank you for the Christmassy links, I will check them all out and read them (again). Great idea!

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  2. chrissie777 says:

    Too bad, I only see the sentence “You are not allowed to edit this item”, but don’t get access to the link (A Very Blyton Christmas). 😦

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  3. Francis says:

    Great links – thank you so much Fiona.
    Regards
    Francis

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