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December 2002

Kidsreads.com Newsletter December 20, 2002
This Week on Kidreads.com
Letter from Booker T. Worm
Christmas Books
Poll
Question of the Month
Mailbag
Links to Kidsreads.com
 
Kidsreads.com Home Page
Series Features
Book Reviews
How to Start A Book Club!
Word Scrambles
Letter from Booker T. Worm
 
Happy Holidays to all of you.

How nice...a couple of weeks to read whatever you want with no homework or school assignments.

As you meet up with family and friends, don't forget to ask people what they are reading. You might get some good ideas from them!

Here's wishing you a Happy New Year. We're taking a couple of weeks of vacation too, so I guess we can say, we'll see you next year!

Keep reading...
Booker T. Worm

 
Christmas Books
 
The Christmas season is such a joyful time of year for people of all ages. Going shopping, decorating the tree, listening to Christmas music and baking holiday treats are just a few ways to prepare for the coming holiday. On Christmas morning, ecstatic children wake up their parents early to open all their presents --- maybe even snow arrives to make it a truly white Christmas. But there is so much more to this holiday than Santa Claus and nicely wrapped gifts. On this special day families and close friends gather to share their love and appreciation for one another.

Some of the books we have rounded up below will make you laugh while others may cause you to shed a tear. But they surely will get you into the holiday spirit!
Read our Christmas books here
 
Poll
 
Did you get books as holiday presents?

Yes
No


Did you get the books you wanted?

Yes
No
Not sure
I did not get any books.
Vote in the poll here.
 
Question of the Month
 
Which is your favorite Christmas or Hanukkah book?

Send your replies to Question@kidsreads.com.

 
Mailbag
 
We're looking for your best jokes, poems and comments about books!

Recently our mailbox has not been as full as we would like it. We assume you have been busy with school and activities. But now that you have FREE TIME for the holidays, we expect to hear from you. Write us at our new address: Mailbag@kidsreads.com!

Here are the rules:

We are not allowed to post anyone's e-mail address, real name, street address, phone number, school name or information, or any other information that is private about that individual. There is a law called the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act which prohibits us from publishing private information about our readers. Also, we will not publish anything that has bad words in it.

 

Want to know my favorite part about this newsletter? You can forward it to a friend by clicking the button on the bottom of the page. What could be easier? Now it's really easy to share your favorite book newsletter with friends, teachers and librarians! Can you tell I am excited? I hope you are too.

Remember to be safe online. NEVER tell anyone personal information --- which includes your real name, age, address, phone number or school. Hey, pretend you are undercover when you go online and protect yourself at all times!

Keep reading! Until next week...

Booker T. Worm and Friends