The 15th window is a seasonal one - Holidays of the Church, part of the Pictorial Library of Eastern Church Art.
This image is from a Russian 16th century painting of the birth of Christ.
The 14th window - and for those of us of a certain age, there was always a new Giles annual to read on Christmas Day.
This particular one is from 1988 - the year of Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards - and has a foreword by screenwriter Johnny Speight.
The 13th window in the Peak Volumes Advent calendar is The Big Fisherman by Lloyd C Douglas, author of The Robe.
This is the story of Peter, one of Jesus' closest disciples. This edition was published by Peter Davies in 1949.
Window 12 on the Peak Volumes Advent calendar - Every Boy's Annual.
If you were a boy in the 1940s and 1950s, this is just what you would want in your Christmas stocking.
The 11th window in the Peak Volumes Advent Calendar is Michael Angelo Buonarotti by Charles Holroyd.
This rather lovely book was published in 1903 by Duckworth and Co.
Michael Angelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni is of course rather better known as the artist Michaelangelo.
The tenth window in the Peak Volumes Advent Calendar is the very beautiful George Morland: His Life and Works by Sir Walter Gilbey.
George Morland (1763–1804) was an English painter of animals and rustic scenes.
The ninth window in the Peak Volumes Advent Calendar is Storm Out of Cornwall by SMC.
Published by Sands in 1959, this is a tale of the Prayerbook Rebellion in Cornwall in 1548.
The eighth window in the Peak Volumes Advent Calendar is Mrs Beeton's Christmas Book.
Everything you need to create a traditional Christmas.
The seventh window on the Peak Volumes Advent Calendar - 24 Snowflakes in Tatting, by Lene Bjørn.
The fifth window on the Peak Volumes Advent calendar - the Whizzer and Chips annual from 1973. Did you get one of these in your Christmas stocking in the 1970s?
Peak Volumes - a bookshop the way they used to be