A Christmas Carol (Revised edition)

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Ebenezer Scrooge is a miserly old skinflint. He hates everyone, especially children. But at Christmas three ghosts come to visit him, scare him into mending his ways, and he finds, as he celebrates with Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim and their family, that geniality brings its own reward. This finest of all Christmas stories is beautifully illustrated with Arthur Rackham's superb line drawings.

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David C

Jan 8, 2021

Downright ugly book.

I wanted a Rackham-illustrated edition of Christmas Carol, and though this would work. My error. I have no idea who "Chump Change Books" is, but their company name is about all they got right. This is cheesy, ugly, ill-composed with tiny print and the illustrations shoehorned into the pages.

LEAH

Dec 23, 2020

perfect for the holidays

Like so many others, I've seen the Muppets version of this, but somehow, I'd never gotten around to reading it. Of course, when I found out that Tim Curry narrates this on Audible, I knew this was the year I'd finally rectify that. He narrated this classic tale so fantastically, and it's the way I would absolutely recommend consuming this book. I imagine it'll be a go to for now on during the holiday season.

Gloria K

Sep 15, 2014

Go for it

Books were in excellent condition. Dickens has always been a good Christmas story. Tells of times past that were hard times.

johana m

Jul 14, 2014

excellent experience

Fast shipping and better than described!very satisfied.

rindiana

Jun 12, 2008

classic recording-book

This is a combo book and recording of a dramatization of Dicken's "A Christmas Carol" with a cast led by narrator Charles Laughton and orchestral music written by Frank Worth. When I was growing up we had an ancient copy of this with two 78 RPM records - it was scratchy but we loved listening to it and following along with the book and the beautiful artwork, every Christmas. It's abridged from the original, certainly, only about 16 minutes long, total (4 minutes a side!), but the emotion of Laughton's voice is the reason to listen to it.
The reason I came across this listing was that I was transferring those old 78s to a CD, and was curious if it is available. This is the only reference to this recording I could find. This is a gem!

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