A Christmas Carol

A Pop-Up Book

by Devin Mainville

7 December 2010

 

Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas legend has never been shown with such intricate detail than in A Christmas Carol: A pop-up book by Chuck Fischer. The story literally jumps off the page with full London street scenes as well as a very creative and in-depth look through Scrooge’s past. While the masterful illustrations fill the pages, the story of Ebenezer Scrooge is told in five illustrated booklets, found in pockets behind the 3D creations.

This is the perfect gift for older children (not too young because that ghost of Christmas Future is pretty lifelike).

 

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