Heard at the Circulation Desk: Are Your Christmas Craft Books Out Yet?

The holiday season is just around the corner and the library has some great resources to help you get into the Christmas spirit. Our craft books for adults and children are available to browse and borrow.  We have recently added some new books to our Christmas collection.  Some of the more recent titles are:

Holiday Crafts

Holiday Craftsby Catherine Woram

745.5941 W
Christmas crafts


Christmas Crafts – Scandinavian Style

by Stenklov & Morleen

745.59412 S



Mattherw Meads ChristmasMatthew Meads’ Christmas All Through the House

745.59412 M


Matthew Meads Holiday


Matthew Meads’ Holiday

745.59412 M



Little Christmas decorations

Little Christmas Decorations to Knit & Crochet

by Sue Stratford & Val Pierce

746.43 S


perfect Christmas

Perfect Christmas

by Carolyn Bell

641.5686 B


All of these titles are beautiful to look at and may give you some fresh holiday decorating ideas as well as some new holiday recipes.

Two titles are notable because of their unique approach to the holiday season:


I'm dreaming of a green

I’m Dreaming of a Green Christmas

by  Anna Getty  745.5941 G

Ideas for gifts, decorations and recipes that use less and mean more.
craft hope


Craft Hope – Handmade Crafts for a Cause by Jade Sims.  This book gives tips on how to give locally, globally, and how to give thoughtfully and appropriately.

745.5 S


Look for the trolley of Christmas books near the display of reading suggestions.

Also available near the Circulation Desk – Christmas music CD collection – borrow a couple for the holidays!


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