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Christmas Carol And The Christmas Stories by Charles Dickens
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Nov 16, 07

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You can't beat Dickens for Christmas. It's a shame the cover wasn't available because it's a lovely green boxed set with two hardcover volumes inside.
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JG (The Introverted Reader) I hate to ask you this, but is there any way you can let me know which stories these books contain? I'm a volunteer librarian here at GR. There are a lot of books on here called A Christmas Carol and Other Stories or something similar to that. I'm trying to make sure that the ones which are combined together for reviewing purposes all contain the same stories. I can't find a story list for this volume on Google. Any help you can give me is appreciated. Thank you!


Joanna JG wrote: "I hate to ask you this, but is there any way you can let me know which stories these books contain? I'm a volunteer librarian here at GR. There are a lot of books on here called A Christmas Carol..."

Sure! I'll type up a list for you when I get home tonight. And I'm very pleased to see the correct cover is now pictured! Thanks for all of the good work you do.



Joanna OK, so, it's a 2 volume set. A Christmas Carol has it's own ISBN 1-56619-485-7. The Christmas Stories ISBN is 1-56619-486-5 and includes: A Christmas Tree, What Christmas Is As We Grow Older, The Poor Relation's Story, The Child's Story, The Schoolboy's Story, Nobody's Story, The Seven Poor Travellers, and The Holly-Tree.

Thanks again!



Joanna wrote: "JG wrote: "I hate to ask you this, but is there any way you can let me know which stories these books contain? I'm a volunteer librarian here at GR. There are a lot of books on here called A Chri..."




JG (The Introverted Reader) Thanks so much for your help and the quick response, Joanna. Charles Dickens's work here on GR is a great big mess!


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