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  • Kristy Fiona

    I probably have enough Christmas books and wrapping paper to do this! 24 books of Christmas - one for each night. Wrap and let kids pick one to open every night to read at bedtime! *Do this instead of candy advent calendar* LOVE this idea!!!

  • Ashley Beiriger

    24 books of Christmas- one for each night. Fun Family traditions. Cute Idea for bedtime stories!

  • Erin Gahagan

    24 Christmas Books: Wrap 24 books and let kids pick one to open every night. Re-wrap each year, and it's a surprise each night!

  • Debbie Whitfill

    24 Christmas books! Wrap 24 books up and unwrap and read one each night in December. Always a surprise which it will be! Cute idea for kids!

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