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"a Yuletide classic" and "a Christmas favorite to be read year after year."
North Pole High: A Rebel Without a Claus, a memoir by Santa's daughter, Candace Jane Kringle.
North Pole High: A Rebel Without a Claus tells the story of sixteen-year-old Candycane Claus, the most popular girl in school, whose world is turned upside down when Rudy Tutti is assigned to work with her on a school Christmas-tree project. The new boy is hot chocolate, but he hates everything to do with Christmas. As Candy and Rudy grow closer, Santa's opposition to his daughter's blossoming romance puts Christmas in jeopardy. Now it's up to the two North-Star-cross'd teens to save the day and restore joy to the world!
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I really like traditional Christmas hymns like 'We Three Kings'. Preferably with a full choir and some organ music.ReplyDelete
We Three Kings is excellent! I saw the Mormon Tabernacle Choir sing that on TV once. :)ReplyDelete
I love Let It Snow, Blue Christmas and Jingle Bells.ReplyDelete
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I love "Let it Snow" too, but why is that weather considered "frightful"? It's perfectly normal weather here in the North Pole! LOL. :DDelete
I love Silent Night!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the great contest
Jingle Bell Rock, Blue Christmas or Winter Wonderland.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance to win a great giveaway!
Kim, one of my friends is Silentnight. I'm pretty sure he was named after the song!ReplyDelete
Megan, my alarm clock plays "Jingle Bell Rock" every morning! :)
I love Jingle Bells and Frosty the Snowman!! Thanks for the great giveaway!ReplyDelete
Ironically, Jingle Bells is Frosty the Snowman's favorite song! :)Delete
What Child is this or Mary did you Know.ReplyDelete
i love im getting nothing for christmasReplyDelete
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Julie, yes, that's a pretty song as "Greensleeves" too.ReplyDelete
Kimberly, LOL, that song is in the top 5 on my playlist, which I wrote about in a guest post here: http://butterflyometerbooks.blogspot.com/2012/11/guest-post-get-little-christmas-now.html
My favorite is Christmas is All Around, the Billy Mack version! (from the movie Love Actually)ReplyDelete
I like I'll be Home for ChristmasReplyDelete
let is snow is my favorite which is odd because i really don't like snow lolReplyDelete
I like Carol of the Bells.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Gaby. I hadn't heard that one before. It's funny.ReplyDelete
Cassandra, I like that one too, but it's kind of sad when you think about it. Only in my dreams?
Jamie, how could anyone not like snow? I guess I'm just used to it since we have SO MUCH of the stuff here in the freezing North Pole. LOL.
Me too, Kayley! I love the part where they go merry-merry-merry-merry Christmas! :)
I love White christmas, Michael Buble's version:ReplyDelete
I know! Thank you, Touloulou. I can't wait for his Christmas special next Monday night. :)Delete
Last Christmas. It's a sad song but I like singing along with it.ReplyDelete
Me too Anne. Now you have me singing it. LOL.Delete
*Last Christmas* by Wham!ReplyDelete
One year, I found 47 versions of this song. It's well-loved, and has been remade by lots of artists and groups, and even in Korean and Japanese, too.
Good choice, Holly. I'm listening to Taylor Swift's version right now. :)Delete
Silent Night is my favorite song. It is just so beautiful.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for being a part of the hop!
Yes it is, Marlena. It was first performed on Christmas Eve 1818 in Salzburg, Austria.Delete
I love all Christmas songs, but I have a soft spot for:ReplyDelete
I'm Getting Nuttin' For Christmas
LOL. That's the second vote for that song! Yay!Delete
I like white christmas.ReplyDelete
I adore Santa Baby, preferably buy Eartha Kitt!ReplyDelete
I love the song, Let it Snow! Thanks!ReplyDelete
Jingle Bell RockReplyDelete
Hi Erma. I'm dreaming of a white Christmas because even though we always have a lot of snow at the North Pole, we can never see it because it's always night here at Christmastime. :(ReplyDelete
No disrespect, April, but I find that song a little icky because she's singing about my DAD. LOL.
Good choice, Erika. I've got some corn for popping... :)
That song rocks, Becca! :D
I like Do You Hear What I Hear? and I'll Be Home for Christmas.ReplyDelete
Angels we have heard on high.ReplyDelete
Mia, I love "Do you hear..."! :)ReplyDelete
Dena, excellent choice!
This book sounds ridiculously cute!! I'd love the opportunity to read it during the holidays :)ReplyDelete
One of my favorite holiday songs is Silent Night ... I also enjoy holiday songs 'sung' by animals - I have dogs as well as frogs holiday versions on CD's LOL - makes me giggle!
Thanks and Cheers!
~Lynne (of tworeads.blogspot.com)
LOL. Yes, that famous one with the dogs barking Jingle Bells is a classic hoot! Thanks! :)Delete
Thanks for the giveaway.
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Sandra, hadn't heard of that one before. It's fun. Thanks for letting me know about it. I love discovering new Christmas songs!ReplyDelete
TammyAnn, just don't let Mrs. Claus that's your favorite. LOL.
The Little Drummer BoyReplyDelete
Hi Kamla. Yes! That's a long-time favorite of mine. :)Delete
Silent Night is my favorite!ReplyDelete
O Holy NightReplyDelete
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The phantom of the opera! It's a family tradition :))ReplyDelete
I love Up On The Housetop...ReplyDelete
Megan, excellent choice!ReplyDelete
Karen, my favorite line from that is "For yonder breaks a new and glorious morn."
Kristall, interesting choice. Whatever makes you Christmassy, I guess.
Jodi, yes, that's a fun one too! :)
Anything by Mariah Carey! I love her Christmas albums! :)ReplyDelete
What Child is This? or White Christmas would be my favs.ReplyDelete
It would have to be Carol of the bells instrumental! Thanks for the great giveaway!ReplyDelete
Honeyb717, I liked seeing Mariah sing with Santa on the tree-lighting special from Rockefeller Center. :)ReplyDelete
Susan, if I get to pick for you between those two, I'm going with What Child Is This? :)
Sarah, that's a great one, with or without words.