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Weekend Links: Keeping Reading Alive During The Holidays

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It’s time for Weekend Links! I love this moment every week because I get to share all the fabulous, note-worthy and share-worthy blog posts I have come across during the week. Here are my top picks this week.

Last minute gift ideas for the little readers in your life? Hit the bookstore, thank me later (and a giveaway!):

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Saturday is the Winter Solstice! Celebrate with the “a candlelit night” ritual and “solstice walk lantern craft” from Mama Scout in the Celebrations of Light eGuide. Plus, get recipes for a “bountiful solstice supper” from GypsyForestHandmade, and my instructions for making a “nature-wrapped Yule log.” Order your copy here.
Celebrations of Light Winter Guide

Susan’s blog Education Possible has a fun series on Holidays Around the World. Here is the Germany installment:

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Holiday Activities for Mr. Willowby’s Christmas Tree at The Library Adventure

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Because we all need to be reminded to slow down and enjoy the holiday season, KCEdventures had a great post on 25 ideas we use at our house:

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This Simple Home has a great booklist (that includes some our favs!) about Chapter Books for Boys (or Girls)

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What sort of weekend reading so you have planned?