Festive Books To Read Over The Holidays ♡

Have you ever wanted to read a festive book over the holidays but weren’t sure which ones are out there? Well, I’m here to share with you all my favourite books to read over the holiday season, enjoy!
Let It Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle
In the worst blizzard for fifty years, three holiday romances begin on Christmas Eve. Stepping off a stranded train in the middle of nowhere only to meet a charming stranger, stumbling through four feet of snow to a waffle house and bumping into an old friend, and finding the way back to true love through an early morning Starbucks shift. Three different stories, three different romances, all in the space of one beautiful night.
What Light by Jay Asher
Sierra's family owns a Christmas tree farm in Oregon, but every Christmas they move to California to set up their Christmas tree lot. Sierra is essentially living two separate lives, one in Oregon and one in California. Then, one Christmas, Sierra meets Caleb and her two lives begin to collide.
My True Love Gave to Me: Twelve Holiday Stories
This novel consists of twelve stories written by twelve bestselling YA writers. Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas, there is a story in here for you!
Ex-Mas by Kate Brian
When Lila’s parents leave for vacation, she wants nothing more than to throw an incredible holiday party. But her brother Cooper, a big lover of Christmas, has just found out that global warming is melting the north pole and runs off with his best friend, Tyler, to save Santa. Determined to get her brother home safely without her parents finding out, Lila must turn to Tyler’s older brother, Beau, for help. The only problem is, Beau is Lila’s ex-boyfriend. They need to put their differences aside in order to save their brothers, will the rescue mission have disastrous consequences or will they fall in love again?
Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone by J.K. Rowling
Does this really need an explanation? I’m sure you all know what Harry Potter is. I personally feel that the Philosophers Stone is the most festive in the series, but I also think they are all great to read at this time of the year!