I found this on one of the blogs I follow, Books are the New Black who found it at One Book More. It was originally created by Reviews from the Stacks, and the idea is to spell the month using the first letter of book titles.
December: Winter, Christmas, or Christian themes
What a lovely idea for December. We don't have any winters anymore, nothing like when I was little. But I remember always thinking of Christmas and winter together.
Pasternak, Boris "Doctor Zhivago" (RUS: Доктор Живаго) - 1957
I always have to think about winter when thinking about Doctor Zivago. A big part of the story takes place in one of the coldest parts on earth.
Wharton, Edith "Ethan Frome" - 1911
Another good story about life under harsh circumstances, again in winter.
Dickens, Charles "A Christmas Carol" - 1843
Who doesn't know Scrooge, a miser who gets healed at Christmas?
Sturluson, Snorri "Egil's Saga" (Icel: Egils saga Skallagrímssonar) - 1240
Northern Europe, especially Iceland, always makes us think about snow and cold winters.
While Turkey doesn't make one immediately think about cold weather, a fur coat certainly belongs to winter.
Robinson, Barbara "The Best Christmas Pageant" - 1972
A beautiful part of Christmas is always the little plays the children perform for their parents and other spectators.
Austen, Jane "Emma" - 1816
I know I've used Emma before but there are so many parts in that story are set in winter, especially the outing to the Westons.
Rutherfurd, Edward "Russka. The Novel of Russia" - 1991
Another book about Russia where a lot of winters take place over the centuries.