A Christmas Carol

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Running Press, 2000 - Fiction - 173 pages
32 Reviews
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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Review: A Christmas Carol (Christmas Books #1)

User Review  - Niloo Ravaei - Goodreads

a classic story with a strong moral core. it feels a bit dated now, given that it was written for children in the 1800s, but definitely attests to dickens' power as a writer and storyteller. much like ... Read full review

Review: A Christmas Carol (Christmas Books #1)

User Review  - James Hatton - Goodreads

This is a story most Americans know; various visual adaptations are shown on TV each year at Christmas time. Some of them are pretty good. Still, the book is worth reading. A pass through this short ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
47
Section 3
79
Section 4
136
Section 5
176
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About the author (2000)

Christian Birmingham, sometimes referred to as “Christmas” Birmingham thanks to the worldwide popularity of his holiday-themed picture books, is an English illustrator who has been short-listed for the Kate Greenaway Award for distinguished illustration in a children’s book. He has illustrated A Christmas Carol, A Christmas Treasury, The Classic Tales of Hans Christian Anderson, and many other well-received books for young readers.

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