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Dear Readers,

December updates from Open Book: Toronto.

OPEN BOOK'S HOLIDAY BOOK GUIDE
Not sure what to read over the holidays? Still have a few gifts to pick up? Have a look at Open Book's Holiday Book Guide for some of the most engaging books on store shelves this season. Our Guide has been regularly updated throughout December, featuring a fresh theme with each listing. Themes thus far: Four Seasons, Animals Among Us, Life Stories, Ideas & Inspiration, Canadiana, Work and Play, A Taste for Culture, City Living, The World as We Know It and Stage, Screen & Song.

CONTEST: WIN THREE BOOKS BY WIR JEFFREY ROUND
Stop by Jeffrey Round's WIR page to read his blog, his interview with Open Book and his reading and website recommendations. For Open Book's December Book Giveaway, we're giving away a prize pack consisting of three books by Jeffrey, The Honey Locust, The P-Town Murders and Death in Key West. Click here for details.

CONTEST: WIN A COPY OF THE LATEST FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE
Enter to win one of three copies of Lynn Johnston's newest collection of For Better or for Worse comic strips, Something Old, Something New. Click here for details.

HOLIDAY READING?
What are your reading plans for the holiday? We've posted a poll to find out whether you'll be reading: (a) A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens; (b) Lengthy year-in-review letters detailing the highly successful and productive lives of distant relatives; (c) A fat Russian classic; (d) Picks from your favourite reviewer's list of the top 100 books for 2010; or (e) The description on the back of the wine bottle. Submit your answer here.

EVENTS
Check our Events Page for literary listings in Toronto and the GTA. Have an event you'd like listed on Open Book? Please send it to Rebecca Lohse at events@openbooktoronto.com.

We would love to hear from you. Please send your questons and comments to clelia@openbooktoronto.com

Happy Holidays!
Open Book

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