52 in 52 Week 50: Favorite Stories of Christmas Past by Various Authors
It only $6.00 on Tantor Audio this year, and it is well worth the cost. It comes with an eBook too. I went back and forth between listening and reading. because, as much as I wanted to like her, the female narrator was SO ANNOYING. I know she is an award-winning narrator, and she does accents and men well; but she puts on a syrupy sweet narrator voice that sounds like she is reading to two year olds. It really distracted from the beautiful stories.
The male narrator is really good though. So, you only have to endure the female narrator for half the time. I will briefly comment on each, and I have linked many of the actual stories since they are all public domain: