A Christmas Carol
Few tales bespeak the holidays as vividly as Dickens' classic story of Jacob Marley, Tiny Tim, and the ghosts of Christmases past, present, and future. Here it is presented in a gorgeous keepsake Running Press Miniature Edition™, sumptuously illustrated by award-winning British artist Christian Birmingham.
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answered asked Scrooge believe bell tolled bless Bob Cratchit bring you home CHARLES DICKENS cheerful child Christmas carol Christmas Day Christmas Past Christmas Present chuckle clasped clerk clock cold counting-house Cratchit kissed cried Scrooge dark daughter dear Ding dining dinner dismal dong door Ebenezer exclaimed the Ghost eyes face father fire Fred Ghost of Christmas Ghost pointed ghostly girl Hallo happy head heard heart Humbug knock knocker laugh light live Marley was dead Marley's Ghost Martha Merry Christmas mistletoe mother never night observed partner Phantom poor Bob replied the Ghost round Scrooge looked Scrooge returned Scrooge reverently Scrooge sat Scrooge's Scrooges nephew Scrooges niece shadows of things shadows remain unaltered shook its chain snow specter stood stool streets surprise to Scrooge There's thought Tiny Tim tonight torch trembled turkey voice walked woman words young Cratchits