It’s the holiday season, and our favorite way to warm up from this cold weather is with an ugly sweater. If you’re all cozied up in yours but can’t decide what to read, here are a few recommendations!
The Best Books To Read While Wearing Your Favorite Ugly Holiday Sweater
1. Bob Ross “Happy Little Holiday” Sweater – Starfish by Akemi Dawn Bowman
What better book to enjoy while wearing a Bob Ross sweater than one all about an aspiring artist? This book follows artist Kiko as she tours art schools along the west coast, discovering herself and forming entirely new happy little dreams.
2. Skeleton Jack Sweater – This Lie Will Kill You by Chelsea Pitcher
If you’re a big Nightmare Before Christmas fan, then I think it’s safe to guess you’re into holiday horror. This suspenseful thriller is sure to be a read that even the Skeleton King would enjoy.
3. Pizza Slices Sweater – Hungry Hearts edited by Elsie Chapman and Caroline Tung Richmond
Hungry for some holiday fun? This pizza sweater sure says so! Hungry Hearts is the perfect food-themed read to accompany a food-themed ugly sweater, and both will pair fantastically with whatever holiday snack you’re munching on while you read.
4. Traditional Reindeer Pattern Ugly Sweater – Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott
If you’re sticking with the traditional ugly sweater pattern, then you’re sure to lean toward the tried and true. You can rely on this heart-wrenching romance to satisfy you this holiday season, and if you still need confirmation, check the New York Times Bestseller list.
5. “That’s How I Roll” Hanukkah Sweater – Our Year of Maybe by Rachel Lynn Solomon
This heartfelt read is sure to satisfy your holiday read needs—not only does it offer Jewish characters, but this book will be impossible to put down as you snuggle up in your amazingly punny sweater. Also what better thing to celebrate than love in friendship during this Hannukkah season!
6. Chillin’ with my Snowmies Sweater – Winterwood by Shea Ernshaw
Clearly, you’re more a fan of the ~winter-y~ side of the holiday season. What better read to enjoy the snow days than one with winter in the title? This haunting read will keep you on the edge of the windowsill you sat on to watch the snow.