I feel a little silly reviewing this book, but some people may not be aware that How the Grinch Stole Christmas was a picture book first. And, even if you were aware of it, I have been surprised at how few of my friends have a copy of this book. It’s really fun to read – although I must confess I can only read it in my best Boris Karloff impression!
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We have a slowly growing stack of Christmas books, but How the Grinch Stole Christmas! gets pulled out more than most of them. Maybe it’s because my kids know the movie so well – or maybe it’s just that Dr. Seuss’ rhymes are irresistible.
The illustrations are all black and white with red and pink accents. If you are only familiar with the 1966 movie, little Cindy Lou Who will look a little strange, but she is still as gullible as ever!
The old story is still a heartwarming tale that reminds us all that Christmas “doesn’t come from a store.”
Here’s Brontë’s video review of How the Grinch Stole Christmas!:
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