A Christmas Carol,
A 1900 U.S. edition.
You may forget the name of the book. It was made into many successful movies, and they usually give the story a better name, just Scrooge:
- Scrooge, or, Marley's Ghost, A Christmas Carol (1908)
- A Christmas Carol (1910)
- Scrooge (1913)
- Scrooge (1935)
- A Christmas Carol (1938)
- Scrooge (1951)
- It's Never Too Late (A Christmas Carol) (1960)
- Scrooge (1970)
- A Christmas Carol (1971)
- An American Christmas Carol, Mickey's Christmas Carol, Scrooged,The Muppet Christmas Carol, A Christmas Carol (1997)
- A Diva's Christmas Carol, Christmas Carol: The Movie, A Carol Christmas,Springtime with Roo, Chasing Christmas, A Christmas Carol (2006)
- A Dennis the Menace Christmas, An American Carol,Ghosts of Girlfriends Past,A Christmas Carol (2009)
- The Smurfs: A Christmas Carol (2011)
You don't need to pay for a copy of this book any more. The copyright has expired. You can read the entire book free. The full text is here: http://www.stormfax.com/dickens.htm. You're welcome.
Now, with the money you have saved, the sponsors of the Boissevain Books suggests that you buy a copy of the just-released book Princess Josephine and the Rainbow Dragon. The copyright is fresh so you can't get it free for at least another 50 years.
It's a beautifully printed hard-cover book. Surely there is a princess in your family who wants this book. A young lady aged 5 to 10, maybe? A daughter, granddaughter, niece, great-niece? The lessons are powerful, but are transmitted Mary Poppins-wise.
|If your princess is not yet ready for this $145,000 diamond|
tiara from Tiffany, I suggest the $19.95 book, Princess
Josephine and the Rainbow Dragon.
The illustrations are uniquely heart-warming. Princess Josephine reveals the inside scoop on the three things she has learned from Princess School. If anyone knows how to reason with dragon, Josephine is it.
The dragon is not an easy sell. He sucks all the colors out of her kingdom because if he doesn't, he loses his own colors – which if you don't know it, would be hugely embarrassing for a Rainbow Dragon.
Worst case scenario, when he is all grey, he will turn to stone.
..and you will have to buy the book to find out what happens next. The book is an inexpensive gift for a princess at $19.95 and to ship it direct to you we add on only the actual cost of shipping. What a deal. ACT! CLICK HERE NOW.
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Thank you for ordering,
John Tepper Marlin for Boissevain Books