A Christmas Carol

Coming soon to your local library!

The book "A Christmas Carol" written by Charles Dickens, teaches about positivity. To begin with Ebenezer Scrooge was a rude and inconsiderate old man. He spent his time working, as he was driven by money. However, after the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future visited him, he had a change of heart. First of all, he awoken with a completely different outlook on Christmas Day, and when the little boy said to him that it was Christmas Day he became even more gleeful. After that he seemed to be filled with even more joy as he gave a turkey to Bob and the Cratchit family. Scrooge was so nice Bob thought he was messing with him. Lastly when Scrooge went to Christmas dinner at Fred's house he was kind to hose with him and they all were nice to him in return. In conclusion, the moral of the story is to stay positive and kind.