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Book Christmas Tree Farm 2012

Happy holidays! GalleyCat readers around the world have been building Book Christmas Trees all month.

After we shared a photo of a Book Christmas Tree, many of our readers started building their own. We’ve collected three trees in our holiday slideshow (embedded above)–a virtual Book Christmas Tree Farm. You can see 21 more trees in last year’s collection.

Building a tree of books is a simple but powerful way to show your support for print books and bookstores in this digital age. If you build your own, be sure to email GalleyCat a photograph.

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Book Christmas Tree Building

What book will you put on top of your book Christmas tree this year? Last year dedicated readers around the country built holiday book trees to celebrate the season (gallery embedded above)

Email GalleyCat a photograph of your book tree this year and we’ll add it to our annual gallery of literary trees. Building a tree of books is a simple but powerful way to show your support for print books and bookstores in this digital age.

Our first Book Christmas Tree Farm was created after we discovered this inspiring picture.

Make a Book Christmas Tree

As the holiday season nears, one Reddit user posted this inspiring picture of a Book Christmas Tree. UPDATE: Explore our growing Book Christmas Tree Farm for inspiring photographs of other holiday book trees.

The Book Christmas Tree has already earned thousands of views. It is a simple but powerful way to show your support for print books and bookstores in this digital age. If you build your own, be sure to email GalleyCat a photograph.

We only have one question: What book will you put on top of your Book Christmas Tree?