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Good tidings we bring

With Christmas just around the corner it's the perfect time to take home some festive books and films. Check out our lists of Christmas adult fiction and Christmas children's books as well as the highlights below.


by Martha Swift
Add an extra bit of twinkle to your Christmas baking with unique twists on traditional treats, as well as all-new festive recipes.


by Alan MacDonald
Three comically chaotic Christmas stories. Bertie makes his own Christmas crackers, performs in the nativity play and helps out at Santa's Grotto.


directed by Debbie Isitt
Shabby, under-achieving primary school teacher Mr Maddens tells a white lie to inspire the parents and pupils as they compete for the best production of the Christmas nativity play.


by Scarlett Bailey
A Christmas of log fires, roast chestnuts and mince pies — what could be more perfect? Finding herself snowed in with three (wise) men wasn't part of the plan.


by Enid Blyton
Christmas is in crisis when a thief steals all the presents from the Famous Five on Christmas Eve! Can Timmy the dog save the day?


by Gwen Steege
With simple patterns, even first-time knitters can create beautiful knitted Christmas stockings, as well as delightful ornaments for the Christmas tree.


by Stella Gibbons
The title story, in this collection of short stories, tells of a typically unfestive Starkadder Christmas in the days before the arrival of Flora Poste.


voiced by Ardal O'Hanlon
Join Robbie on his adventures in these three films featuring a motley crew of loveable, antlered and downright bizarre characters. Voiced by a stellar cast including Ardal O'Hanlon and Jane Horrocks.


by Robert Parker
An organisation providing shelter and jobs for the homeless and lost is being threatened. It's not a simple case of intimidation as Spenser finds a trail that leads to a drug kingpin.


directed by Robert Zemeckis
Old miser Scrooge is visited by the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future who aim to rid him of his contempt of friendship, love and all things Christmas.