Still in a Christmas mood? Got a little gift money or a gift card to spend? Let me recommend to you some of my favorite Christmas books.
If you have never actually read the book, you're missing out. I'm not even really a big Dickens' fan, but I think this novella -- for it's not really a full book, but it is rather long for a short story -- is superb. The characterization, the setting description, the sarcasm all get lost in movie versions. You really need to read the original. (This Dover edition is only 95¢ on Amazon. It's hard to beat that.)
If you like Tolkien, particularly if you like the books as opposed to what has happened in the movies, if you like The Hobbit the way Tolkien wrote it, as opposed to the completely different story it has become on screen, then you should read these letters. Tolkien began by answering his son's letters to Father Christmas, but the story that developed over the years is clearly the background for the entire LOTR series. Elves vs. goblins. A good, wizard-like man. Polar bears (think Beorn). Underground caverns. All of that is there. This is marvelous stuff.
You can also enter to win a copy right here.