How The Grinch Stole Christmas
By: Benson, Austin, Gianna, and Ethan
the theme paragraph
The theme of How the Grinch stole Christmas is that Christmas isn't about food, presents, and singing, its about spending time with your family. This is the theme because when the Grinch was looking down at Whoville every Who was singing without any presents at all. It came without ribbons, it came without tags, it cam without packages or boxes or bags. It started in low. Then it started to grow. But the sound was not very! Why, this sound sounded merry! What this information is saying is that you don't need to have presents and a feast to have a good time on Christmas. All of this links back to the theme.
The Grinch is somebody who hated Christmas. What he wanted was the singing, the feasting, and the noise to stop. The problem was that everybody was to happy. So he tried to steal Christmas. He went to every house in whovile and stole all of the presents in the houses. He went to his mountain and saw all of the who people were happy without all of the toys so he brought back all of the presents and the people liked him again.