A Christmas Carol by Philip Gooden, Charles Dickens

Title:  A Christmas Carol (Easy Classics)
Author: Philip Gooden
Release Date:  15 Oct 2020

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Adapted and illustrated for children aged 7+ join Ebeneezer Scrooge on his ghostly Christmas adventure, or follow orphaned Oliver Twist from rags to riches in some of literature’s most famous tales from the foggy streets of Victorian London.

The power and beauty of this classic are simply timeless. No matter if you are young or old, children or adults … this book, in addition to the fantastic lesson, brings satisfaction to every reader.

A Christmas Carol (Easy Classics) by Philip Gooden is the personification of all the power, value and wisdom that are intertwined in every perfectly composed sentence of this amazing remake  of the classic work, which has been read and will be read in the future. The very character of Mr. Ebenezer Scrooge, his appearance and characteristics lead us masterfully through the process of understanding how one should not live. How greed and harshness lead to loneliness. The visits of the three Christmas spirits, as well as the pictures that are so vividly presented, do force us to think, evaluate, both his and our lives, and motivate us to be better, friendlier, and open-minded to the beauties that life gives us. .

This book offers us a unique opportunity to present the unique Christmas spirit to our children, who can easily understand the essence of the story, which encourages them to evaluate, think and express their own views and attitudes. The language in which the story is written is entirely appropriate for both children and adults.

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