Welcome to my December Wrap Up. I have had a great reading month, finishing 12 books (unfortunately none off my TBR). I'm happy with my reading this month. I received 2 ARC's this month and lots and lots of books for Christmas, so I didn't get to any books off my TBR, but I'm fine with that.

I have reviews up or coming up for these books so as usual this is just going to be a brief run down on each book I read.

Without further ado, let's get into my December Wrap Up...

Rebel Voices by Eve Lloyd Knight and Louise Kay Stewart: This book was awesome. Covering the History of Women's right to vote. This amazing book was filled with great information and over flowing with beautiful illustrations. I will be re reading this book many times in the future.

Bad Dad by David Walliams: How can you not love David Walliams. This book, like all the rest, was absolutely perfect. I loved the relationship between Frank and his Dad so much, it was a beautiful thing to read about. I honestly cant wait to see what David Walliams comes out with next.

The Christmas Thief by Mary and Carol Higgins Clark: I loved this book. A cozy mystery with a nice dose of Christmas. I was sure what to expect from this book, but I really enjoyed it. A great, quick read that is perfect for the holiday season.

Silent Night by Mary Higgins Clark: This book was amazing. I went into this book with high hopes and thankfully it lived up to my expectations. I am really looking forward to getting my hands on some more books by Higgins Clark. Another perfect read for Christmas.

Dashing Through The Snow by Mary and Carol Higgins Clark: I think I have found my newest Christmas book obsession; Mary and Carol Higgins Clark. This book was the perfect read. A quick fun read, with great characters and plot and a sprinkling of Christmas. I will definitely be reading this book again in the future.

Aussie Jingle Bells by Colin Buchanan: This beautiful book is perfect for both young and old. Aussie Jingle Bells is a well know christmas song is Australia and it has been brought to life in this beautiful book. With amazing illustrations by Nick Bland, this book is a must have for all Aussie households.

Newt Scamander: A Movie Scrapbook: I loved this book. This book is the perfect mix of information, photo's and trinkets. I loved getting to see what went into bringing Fantastic Beast And Where To Find Them to the big screen. With unseen art work and insights from the cast and crew, this book is not to be missed.

A Journey Through A History Of Magic by The British Library: This book was amazing. As a massive Harry Potter fan im not surprised I loved this book. It was fantastic getting to see historical elements that went into making the Harry Potter books. I love Harry Potter and this book just made me want to read the series once again. A must have for any Harry Potter fan.

Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them: Illustrated Edition: I didn't love this book as much as I thought I was going to. I love the Illustrated Harry Potter books, so I had high hopes for this one but it just wasnt as good as the others. I think im just so use to seeing Jim Kay's Illustrations that I couldn't really warm to Olivia Lomenech Gill's illustrations.

Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban: Illustrated Edition: I adored this book. The Prisoner Of Azkaban is my favourite Harry Potter book so I was so excited to get the illustrated edition. I absolutely love Jim Kay's illustrations, they are just beautiful. This is by far my favourite book in my Harry Potter collection.

Harry Potter: A History Of Magic by The British Library: This book is perfect for any Harry Potter fan, or anyone interested in Magical history. Filled with interesting fact, fantastic images and never before seen works by J.K. Rowling. This book is an absolutely must have for Harry Potter fans.

Frankie Fish And The Sonic Suitcase by Peter Helliar: This book is perfect for young readers and their families. With funny scenes involving time travel, this book will be a favourite for many young readers. With illustrations by Lesley Vamos that perfectly compliment Peter Helliar's story, this book is well worth the read.

That's it for my December Wrap Up. Let me know what you guys read this month.

Until my January Wrap Up...

Happy Reading...

<3 Gem