How The Grinch Stole Christmas! (classic Seuss)Reviews
- Number of Pages: 64
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
It's Christmas, and Dr. Seuss has a classic holiday tale that can make for the perfect gift. Now often available utilizing a foil cover! Join cherished characters The Grinch, Max, Cindy Lou, and the residents of Who-ville for a comical and heartwarming story with regards to the affects the Christmas spirit can have on even the smallest and coldest of hearts.
"The Grinch hated Christmas! The entire Christmas season! The Grinch decides this frivolous merriment must quit."Dr. Seuss's small-hearted Grinch ranks right up there with Scrooge when it comes to the crankiest, scowling holiday grumps of all time. / Now, please don't ask why. No one distinct actually knows the purpose. The noisy holiday preparations and infernal singing of the happy tiny citizens below annoy him to no end. His"wonderful, awful"idea would be to don a Santa outfit, strap heavy antlers on his poor, quivering dog Max, construct a makeshift sleigh, head down to Whoville, and strip the chafingly cheerful Whos of their Yuletide glee once and for all. For 53 years, the Grinch has lived in a cave on the side of a mountain, looming above the Whos in Whoville.
Looking quite out of place and very disturbing in his makeshift Santa get-up, the Grinch slithers down chimneys with empty bags and stealing the Whos' presents, their food, even the logs from their humble Who-fires. It's not sobbing, but singing! He takes the ramshackle sleigh to Mt. But what is the fact that sound? This holiday classic is perfect for reading aloud to your favorite small Whos. (Ages 4 to 8) Crumpit to dump it and waits to hear the sobs of the Whos when they wake up and discover the trappings of Christmas have disappeared. Imagine the Whos' dismay when they discover the evil-doings of Grinch in his anti-Santa guise. Children simultaneously adore and fear this triumphant, twisted Seussian testimonial to the undaunted cheerfulness of the Whos, the transcendent nature of joy, and of course, the growth prospective of a heart that's two sizes too small.
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