A Christmas Carol

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Running Press Book Publishers, 2000 - Fiction - 173 pages
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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: Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol

User Review  - Aleisa - Goodreads

I appreciate a children's version of an adult classic that stays pretty true to the original. This copy does just that. Beautiful illustrations add to the power of the well-known story. Read full review

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User Review  - Haruka Fujimoto - Goodreads

1.Penguin readers level2 2. 7/3 20min. 7/5 40min. 7/7 30min. 3. Seven words summary Scrooge-money-heartless-Marley-Departed soul-happy-Christmas 4a. Scrooge contribute the money for nephew. He also ... Read full review

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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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