Wintery Books

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No, no … this isn’t the question you’re probably expecting, that asks about your winter reading habits.

What I want to know today is … what are the most “wintery” books you can think of? The ones that almost embody Winter?

(Personally, “A Winters Tale” by Mark Helprin pretty much nails this for me, and “Smilla’s Sense of Snow” was right up there…)

And, Merry Christmas, everyone–whether you celebrate or not!
Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

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43 responses

  1. Happy Christmas! Here is mine. :)

  2. Have a blessed and happy day!
    Mine is up at http://jonjon-journeys.blogspot.com :)

  3. I’m guessing there won’t be too many people by today, but I’m up!

  4. I left comments on the first three saying that I couldn’t think of any, but then I came up with a list. Merry Christmas and Happy BTT!

    http://bookcritiques.blogspot.com/2008/12/merry-christmas-everybody.html

  5. MIne’s up here.

    Thanks so much for hosting and Happy Holidays.

  6. Here’s mine:

    http://www.ddubsreads.com/DDubsReads/Blog/Entries/2008/12/25_BTT%3A_Wintery_Books.html

    Merry Christmas everybody and thanks for including a BTT today! I was excited when I woke up this morning.

  7. Merry Christmas y’all from Florida! You can find my answer here:

    http://southerngal-lisa.blogspot.com/2008/12/btt-merry-christmas.html

  8. Merry Christmas Everyone :)
    Mine Is Up!

  9. What a timely book question. I haven’t read A Winter’s Tale but it sounds good. My first Booking through Thursday is now up.

  10. I own two copies of Winter’s Tale, though haven’t finished the book yet–been meaning to send that 2nd copy to my sister in NY.

    My post’s up:

    http://waltkneeland.wordpress.com/2008/12/25/booking-through-thursday-wintery-books/

  11. I know it doesn’t take place in winter, exclusively, but my vote goes to Little Women. Christmas won’t be Christmas without any snow, and all —

    so merry and happy to all!

  12. Happy Holidays! My chilly answer.

  13. Brrrrr. Now I’m going to have something hot to drink!

    My post is here.

    Happy Holidays everyone!

  14. My answer is here. I thought there won’t be one this week!

    I wish you all the best of the holiday season, full of joy and memories; and a happy bookish new year! :)

  15. http://elizabethwillse.wordpress.com/2008/12/25/booking-through-christmas-day-thursday/

    Here’s mine! Happy Holidays and Merry Book-mas!
    I wish all of you a cozy weekend reading. My whole family gave each other books. What fun!

  16. Just stumbled on your site, and really love it! This is my first answer:

    http://www.bloggang.com/mainblog.php?id=lmj&month=26-12-2008&group=11&gblog=1

    And I intend to answer the previous questions afterward.

  17. Booking Through Thursday on Friday – not much of an answer this week, I’m afraid.

  18. I’ve left a list of children’t books and discoverd many more I want to read! Find ‘em here:

    http://gtsgreenchair.blogspot.com/2008/12/booking-in-winter.html

  19. I posted my answer here.

    Happy Holidays!

  20. Wishing a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!

    My comments on wintry books are here.

  21. I hope everyone had a good holiday!

    Here’s my answer:

    http://mervih.wordpress.com/2008/12/29/wintery-books/

  22. It’s never officially winter or Christmas without. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens and The Night Before Christmas. (I know it’s really just a poem, but I have little kids, so our version is a whole book.) Hope you had a WONDERFUL Christmas.
    *hugs*

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