In the spirit of the Icelandic tradition of Jolabokaflod, come by the Library Treehouse for a sweet holiday treat and a good read to take home with you for Christmas Eve. We’ll have recommended reads set aside for your consideration and free poems for you to take home. Jolabokaflod means “the Christmas book flood,” and it refers to the tradition of giving books and reading them on Christmas Eve. It originated in Iceland during World War II when paper was one of the few commodities not rationed, so the famously well-read Icelanders shared their love of books even more during the holiday season. So, let us help you find some good books and a poem or two, then let’s all go home and get cozy and read on Christmas Eve!