Three books to read this winter (part 3) | To read more classics ðŸŒ¨âœ¨


Dear reader,

I am back with my last part of my winter recommendations! For every season I recommend a few books, each separated in three parts. I did it for summer (contemporary, fantasy and classics), autumn (cosy, spooky and academic moods) and now I did it with winter. The first part was about books to read on a snow day and the second part was about books to read to feel joyful!

Now I’m here with the third and final part: three books to read this winter if you want to read more classics!

❥ The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis


I read the first books when I was a child but never really continued, though I really liked them, but I mostly loved the movies. No matter what I still believe it’s the perfect classic to read during winter, well especially the second book (which is actually the first movie). It’s like reading a snowy fairytale. (It has many Christian references, so it may not please everyone.)

❥ A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens


I read this book a few years ago and absolutely adored it. I grew up watching tons of adaptations so I really wanted to discover the book and I’m so glad I did. I ever since read more Christmas stories written by Charles Dickens but this one stays my favourite.

❥ The Nutcracker and the Mouse King by E. T. A. Hoffmann


I read this one because I needed it for a book I was (still am) writing, and even though I disliked it it still is a nice read to go through around winter. It’s extremely short so it’s really easy and it’ll always boost your Goodreads challenge!

And that’s all!

What classics would you recommend to read during winter?

Love always,



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