Admit it. Last year, two days before your Christmas caroling party, you spent four hours at the computer typing up all the verses to a dozen carols. Dover--the people who brought you an affordable version of Francis Child's Scottish Ballad collection--have come out with a cheap (seriously: eighty cents!), attractive little book with four or five verses to all the best-known carols. Even better, if you love Christmas music: in addition to "Away in a Manger" and "God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen" you'll be delighted to run into beautiful and less-widely-sung friends like "The Cherry Tree Carol," "Coventry Carol," "Masters in this Hall," and "Unto Us a Boy is Born." The catch? There isn't any. I bought twenty-five copies. I'll spend the time before my next Christmas party decorating the tree!