Happy Friday, everyone! It’s time for Classic Remarks, hosted by Pages Unbound!
I haven’t participated in this for a few months but thought it was time to jump back into it!
This week’s topic: Recommend a classic you think should be read during the holiday season.
For kids, I’m going to recommend The Snow Day by Ezra Jack Keats – I loved this Caldecott Medal winner as a kid! The illustrations are story are both very simple and I think it’s a great picture book for kids during the winter months.
For adults I‘m going with Holiday’s on Ice by David Sedaris – This may not technically be a classic but the first time I heard “six to eight black men” I laughed so hard I cried. If you can get this (or any of his titles) as an audio book I highly recommend it – his delivery makes the stories that much funnier.
What are your favorite books to read during the holiday season?