Hey bookworms! With Christmas mere days away, Christmas carols are EVERYWHERE – even in the blogosphere. Check out Amy’s rendition of “Let It Snow” from the Bethany House blog!
If you haven’t ever wished to be snowed in at a library, you probably won’t relate to this carol parody. Then again, if you haven’t ever wished to be snowed in at a library, you probably aren’t reading a publisher’s blog.
Enjoy, and Merry Christmas from Bethany House!
Stranded in a Library
(Sing to the tune of “Let it Snow”)
Oh the weather outside is frightful,
But the library’s delightful,
By the light of my cell phone’s glow,
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
There are so many to get lost in,
Like the Brontës, Twain, and Austen,
Or Harriet Beecher Stowe,
Let it snow, let it snow, Edgar Poe!
When the plows come at last I’ll find,
That I’ll mourn for my reading cut short.
But just look what I’ll leave behind:
A classical tome blanket fort.
Maybe tragedy for a while,
‘Cause Euripides’s my style.
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