Review; A Christmas Carol by Philip Gooden and Charles Dickens

Earlier this year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of A Christmas Carol by Philip Gooden and Charles Dickens through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Who can help a mean old man to love Christmas? How about a ghost? (…or three!)

Scrooge’s heart is colder than snow, he’s richer than half the banks in England and meaner than, well, everyone. But when three seriously spooky ghosts turn up to take him on an adventure through time, he soon learns that being cold isn’t cool. Can he change his ways before it’s too late?

About The Charles Dickens Children's Collection:
Bah humbug! Who says the classics are just for adults? 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.Adapted and illustrated for children aged 7+.

About Sweet Cherry Easy Classics:
Sweet Cherry Easy Classics adapts classic literature into stories for children, introducing these timeless tales to a new generation.

My Thoughts on the Book
This is a condensed version of the Dickens' classic with some fun and silly illustrations. It's suitable for the young reader and I think a lot of them would enjoy reading this edition.

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