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One of the most loved Christmas books is 'A Christmas Carol'. Who wrote it?
Hans Christian Andersen
Hans Christian Andersen
Which well-known author of fantasy fiction also created a book called The Father Christmas Letters?
One of the adventures of Sherlock Holmes takes place during the Christmas season. The name
The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle
A Christmas Carol
The Nightmare Before Christmas
What is the first line of the second verse of 'Angels from the Realms of Glory'?
Christ by highest heav’n adorèd
Shepherds in the fields abiding
Shepherds why this jubilee?
Don we now our gay apparel
'Yule lads' are a traditional part of an Icelandic Christmas. What are they?
A band of thirteen gift-giving goblins
In charge of Santa’s reindeer
The best male singers from each village
The first commercial Christmas card got a hostile reception from some people because
It depicted a family, children as well as adults, drinking wine
A mass-produced card was felt to violate the Christmas spirit
The ivy leaves bordering the design were once a pagan symbol
The card’s popularity raised fears of a paper shortage
The card was the brainchild of
Sir Henry Cole
John Calcott Horsley
One fairly modern Christmas ritual is the British monarch’s broadcast to the people on Christmas day. The first was given by George V in 1932. Who wrote the king’s speech?
The king himself
Sir Winston Churchill
All through the Christmas season in old England, "lambswool" could be found in the houses of the well-to-do. What was it?
Imitation snow used in decorations
A brew of hot ale with roast apples floating in it
The material used for knitting Christmas gifts
A fluffy confection made from almonds and sugar
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