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This edition of The Christmas Carol is one of a range of marvellous comic books created in the '50s and '60s now with artwork re-coloured and covers digitally enhanced for a new generation. Perfect bound at a terrifically good value price.
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We're delighted to re-introduce these marvellous comic books to new generations of readers who will surely enjoy them as fantastic tales of adventure and excitement but will also improve their reading skills as a result and be inspired to read the complete versions of many of these fine works. I sincerely hope that you enjoy these superb adaptations and are similarly inspired as I was, nearly 50 years ago - Jeff Brooks, CEO, Classic Comic Store Ltd
This classic seasonal tale of self-discovery has become one of Charles Dickens's most famous and best-loved works. This timeless Charles Dickens classic has been a family favourite ever since it was first published in 1843. It is retold here in abridged form to allow confident young readers to enjoy it. It is also perfect for reading aloud. As a bedtime story, Dickens's uplifting, magical tale of Christmas spirits transforming the life of the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge is wonderfully illustrated by award-winning artist Robert Ingpen. A beautiful gift edition, abridged for younger readers.
|Publication date:||27th May 2021|
|Publisher:||Welbeck Editions an imprint of Welbeck Publishing Group|
|Collections:||50 Classics Everyone Should Read,|
|Primary Genre||Children's & YA Fiction|
Charles Dickens began his career as a journalist and became one of the most important novelists of the nineteenth century. A passionate campaigner against poverty, Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol in response to a government report on the abuse of child labourers, vowing that he would strike a 'sledge-hammer blow ... on behalf of the Poor Man's Child'. Robert Ingpen was born in 1936 in Geelong, Australia. He studied illustration art and book design at The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. In 1986 he was awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Medal for his contribution to children's literature and has been honoured with Membership ...More About Charles Dickens