Scrooge's Night Before Christmas

Scrooge s Night Before Christmas In clever rhyme this fully illustrated mash up of Dickens A Christmas Carol and Moore s The Night Before Christmas typifies the subtle wittiness of British humor The poem begins Twas the day before

  • Title: Scrooge's Night Before Christmas
  • Author: Julie Petersen Sheryl Dickert
  • ISBN: 9781423644897
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In clever rhyme, this fully illustrated mash up of Dickens A Christmas Carol and Moore s The Night Before Christmas typifies the subtle wittiness of British humor The poem begins, Twas the day before Christmas and Marley was dead As dead as a door nail, so the old simile read Once we know the backstory of Scrooge s nasty temper, we meet in succession the Ghosts of ChIn clever rhyme, this fully illustrated mash up of Dickens A Christmas Carol and Moore s The Night Before Christmas typifies the subtle wittiness of British humor The poem begins, Twas the day before Christmas and Marley was dead As dead as a door nail, so the old simile read Once we know the backstory of Scrooge s nasty temper, we meet in succession the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future, along with the nephew Fred, Cratchits and the Fezziwigs We know that Scrooge has reformed when hear him bellow Santa s traditional refrain, Happy Christmas to all and to all a good night.

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      Published :2019-06-17T11:24:09+00:00

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    237 thoughts on “Scrooge's Night Before Christmas”

    1. I think this little book is charming and clever. The rhymes be enjoyed by adults and will delight children. It will definitely be added to our Christmas traditions.*I did receive this as a Giveaway.


    2. A lovely, poetic variation of "A Christmas Carol" with hints of Clement Clark Moore's poem "The Night Before Christmas." It is a very short read with simple, pretty illustrations.



    3. I'm not sure how I ended up with this book, but I'm glad I did. it's a keeper! An adorable take on the classic, this one is quick and easy to read, with simple illustrations that supplement but do not distract from the story. My only complaint is that the poetry isn't as fluid as I would have liked. It's fine reading it silently, but reading aloud requires some creative tempo work. Not at all a deal-breaker, though, and I'm totally going to order the matching book for my collection!


    4. I thought this to be a novel concept. This small book takes the story of "A Christmas Carol" and sets it in rhyme in the vein of "The Night Before Christmas." My very favorite Christmas story is "A Christmas Carol" and the book includes all the key scenes. It is a short and fun read, nicely bound and illustrated. It would be a good choice for a special gift for fans of either of these classics.I received this book for free through First Reads.


    5. Scrooge's Night Before Christmas by Julie Peterson is a combining of two favorite Christmas stories. It was fun reading how she did this. It makes you laugh. I received a copy thru a Giveaway.



    6. This book, written in rhyme, a cross between Dickens "A Christmas Story" and Moore's The Night Before Christmas. I liked everything about this book including the illustrations. I received this book for free.


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