Six for Sunday ~ 5-12-2021: Red/Green books

Six for Sunday ~ 5-12-2021: Red/Green books

Evening all!

Six for Sunday, Sky, Space, Stars

Welcome to a shiny new Six for Sunday! It’s been 4 months since the last one, but we are back again!

Yep, it is been a long time. August was my vacation month. September didn’t have anything fun. October was NOT about Halloween. November was about Halloween but in that month it is all about fluffy and happiness for me. But December had two fabulous prompts, namely this one and the one on the 19th. I would do the one on the 26th, but I am already planning on my yearly Top 10 of the year at the end of December/start of January. So yeah.

But here we are! This week is all about those green and red covers, very fitting for Christmas and I had tons of fun finding books to match with it~ Tried to also make them as Christmas related as I could. So enjoy! Oh, and haven’t read all of these books, 2 are still on my must read~

The Six for Sunday is made by Steph from Alittlebutalot. Each week features a new theme in which bloggers have to find 6 books/characters/other things.

Here are my six choices!

1.
How Winston Came Home for Christmas, Alex T. Smith, Christmas, Mouse, Adventure, Holidays, Red, Snow, Children's Books, Mystery
2.
Chris McDonald, Mistletoe and Crime, Red, Christmas, Christmas Tree, Murder, Mystery, The Stonebridge Mysteries
3.
Merry Cherry Christmas, Man, Hand to Lips, Cherry, University, Christmas, Winter, Sex, Keira Andrews, Red Shirt, Glasses
4.
Nutcracked, Ballet, Girl, Tutu, Nutcracker, Retelling, Fantasy, Children's Books, Green, Flowers, Plants, Girl, Golden Font, Susan Adrian, Christmas
5.
Fred Arthur, Green, Reindeer, Santa, Girl, Christmas, Holidays, Children's Books, 24 Days to Christmas,
6.
Bolds' Christmas Cracker, Julian Clary, Hyenas, Animals, Humour, Christmas, Jokes, Children's Books, Family

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