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25 QUESTIONS IN EACH!
Christmas & Holiday Trivia - Volume 1 & Volume 2
Who doesn’t love trivia?!
If you are looking for fun, thought-provoking trivia questions then you will love “Christmas & Holiday Trivia – Volume 1 & Volume 2,” for yourself and to share with others!
The holidays can be stress-filled and trivia is the perfect antidote to recharge your energy. In fact, trivia is the unique unifier. It breaks the ice at tense or boring moments, challenging how much we know, think we know, or don’t know at all, and are surprised to find out. Whether experienced alone or with a group of friends, family, co-workers, or even strangers, trivia makes you think, remember, and can start hearty discussions.
Each volume includes 250 unique questions which focus upon holiday stories & books, movies & television shows, songs & music, food & drink, and general questions contemplating holiday customs, practices, religion, decorations, gifts, cards, & anything else curious and thought-provoking.
This is not your average Christmas and holiday trivia. It is educationally entertaining, putting you into fun energy! So test your Holiday I.Q. and be the life of the party while spreading lots of holiday cheer!
CHRISTMAS & HOLIDAY TRIVIA
250 QUESTIONS IN EACH!
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Christmas & Holiday Trivia:
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Some example questions:
*1) True or False:
Saint Nicholas is an elf in "The Night Before Christmas."
*2) How did "It's a Wonderful Life" find its way to the screen
to become a treasured holiday film?
*3) When is the Yule log traditionally burned?
*4) Which holiday song do Miley Cyrus and Brenda Lee have in common?
*5) True or False:
In 1823, "The Night Before Christmas" was first published
anonymously, in Troy, New York.
*6) What is the traditional drink on Christmas Eve,
taken by families in Yorkshire, England?
*7) Which author toured the United States, for three months, to sell-out crowds, to dramatically read from his Christmas novella?
*8) Which holiday song do Madonna and Eartha Kitt have in common?