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A Christmas Carol

S to develop the plot of the storyThis version ffectively xpresses the plot of the story The basic story is presented in an adapted manner for lementary and middle school students This adapted version teaches young people the basic plot of a classic story I would recommend this book for parents who wanted to read a good story to their sons and daughters I would also recommend the book to teachers who wanted to read a good book for a read aloud Young and independent readers would also benefit from reading this book I read this book to my students and they seemed to benefit from the story One simply can not go wrong with Charles Dickens It s just not Christmas Eve without reading this While I All Roads Lead Home enjoyed the illustrations in thisdition was less Than Thrilled With The Of Certain thrilled with the rephrasing of certain It took away the impact in my view But still well done and I m glad to have read view But still well done and I m glad to have read Life Michael Foreman's illustrations have brought new life and charm to a story we all know Parents Magazine. Other page features an illustration that corresponds to the page before it These books are good for students to read or have read to them during are good for students to read or have read to them during read aloud by teachers or parents These classics xpress the basic plots off these stories wellAt the beginning of the novel the character of Scrooge is stablished He has a negative stories wellAt the beginning of the novel the character of Scrooge is stablished He has a negative towards Christmas and does not like his mployee Bob Cratchit to have a day off with pay He also does not like the hopeful and optimistic attitude of his nephew Fred who has a positive view of Christmas Both Bob Cratchit and Fred have views on Christmas that stand in stark contrast to Scrooge s pessimistic attitude towards ChristmasThe meetings between Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas past and Christmas present are well described
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Great version for lementary age students This is a children s version pictures on children version that has pictures on other page But was timely to read it before Christmas I also want to say that I ve read all of my YA books before my kids someday will be able to read them A Christmas Carol is often read in the month of December People of different ages read this book during this time period It features memorable characters and a famous plotWithin literature is the concept of the person who changes Sometimes during the course of a story a principal character changes The vents of the story change the character and in some cases make the character a better person Scrooge is one of the most famous characters in all of literature who xperiences a change during the storyThe Great Illustrated Classics are adapted versions of classics in literature These versions are written at a 5th grade level Every. In this unabridged version of the original 1843 dition the classic tale is illustrated with full color paint. ,