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Charles Dickens was one of the most famous English novelists of the Victorian era, with many of his works still being widely read today. But reading the classics isn’t just for adults. In fact, it has never been easier for children to dive right into some of the greatest works with this Charles Dickens Easy Classics 10 book collection by Pipi Sposito. Follow the mean-spirited Ebeneezer Scrooge, who hates Christmas, on his ghostly adventure to change his selfish ways in A Christmas Carol. Or check out David Copperfield, following the titular character's life in this coming-of-age story about a gentle orphan discovering life in a vastly different world.
With ten books in one affordable collection, this beautiful box set makes for the perfect gift for children aged 7+. Adapted with simplified language and delightful illustrations, your child can start mastering the classics in a fun and engaging way whilst also developing their literacy skills. Ideal for any budding young bookworm or if you are a fan of the classics and are looking for a way to introduce them to your little ones.
This easy classics paperback collection features 10 of Dickens’ classic books, including A Christmas Carol, Oliver Twist, The Old Curiosity Shop, Great Expectations, Nicolas Nickleby, Hard Times, A Tale of Two Cities, David Copperfield, Bleak House and Little Dorrit.
A Christmas Carol On Christmas Eve, Scrooge is visited by a series of ghosts, starting with his old business partner, Jacob Marley. The three spirits which follow, the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Yet to Come, show Scrooge how his mean behaviour has affected those around him. At the end of the story, he is relieved to discover that there is still time for him to change, and we see him transformed into a generous and kind-hearted human being.
Oliver Twist For all of his early life, Oliver is hungry and poor. Then he runs away to London, where he soon makes new friends – but kind old Fagin and the Artful Dodger are not quite what they seem.
The Old Curiosity Shop Meet little Nell Trent, a sweet, unselfish girl; her grandfather; and the evil dwarf Quilp. When Little Nell’s grandfather gambles away his curiosity shop to the moneylender Quilp, the girl and the old man flee London. The penniless pair wander the countryside, always in fear of being cornered by Quilp.
Great Expectations This classic story follows Pip's childhood and young adult years, as a blacksmith's apprentice in a country village. He suddenly comes into a large fortune (his great expectations) from a mysterious benefactor and moves to London, where he enters high society. He thinks he knows where the money has come from, but he turns out to be sadly mistaken. The story also follows Pip's dealings with Estella, a young woman he adores but who cannot return his love.
Nicholas Nickleby The dramatic tale of the adventures of a young man as he struggles to seek his fortune in Victorian England. Upon the death of his father, 19-year-old Nicholas Nickleby is sent by his uncle, Ralph Nickleby, a mean-spirited moneylender, to serve as an assistant teacher at Dotheboys' Hall.
Hard Times In Coketown, there's no place for imagination. There are facts and figures and absolutely nothing else or so Thomas Gradgrind thinks. When the circus appears in town, it brings Sissy Jupe with it. A young girl has been abandoned by her father and is taken in by Thomas Gradgrind. Full of fun and energy, will Sissy save the Gradgrind children from a life of fact-and-figure-filled misery before it's too late?
A Tale of Two Cities The two cities referred to in the title were London, England, and Paris, France, at the time of the French Revolution. During the French Revolution, Dr Alexandre Manette is released after two decades of imprisonment in the Bastille. Shocked to learn he’s alive, his daughter, Lucie, retrieves him. Years later, Lucie and Dr Manette take part in the trial of Charles Darnay, who is found innocent and seeks Lucie’s hand in marriage. When revolutionaries learn that Darnay is related to an evil aristocrat, they imprison him the next time he is in France. Who can rescue him?
David Copperfield This is loosely based on the life of the author. It tells the story of the hardships, changes, and good fortune that David encounters on his life journey. When David’s mother marries the malevolent Mr Murdstone, David’s childhood happiness is destroyed forever. Can one lonely little boy show the strength and determination to survive the dangers ahead?
Bleak House Esther, at fourteen, has never known love. Determined to live well, earn some love and overcome the shadow of her birth, she takes her first steps into an unknown world. A family curse, a manipulating lawyer, poverty and secrets threaten to destroy Esther’s world. Are the walls of Bleak House strong enough to protect her and her new friends from such powerful forces? The reader will be caught up in an unfolding mystery full of surprises. Perhaps the biggest secret of all is: Who is Nemo?
Little Dorrit Amy Dorrit, referred to as Little Dorrit, is born in and lives much of her life at the Marshalsea prison, where her father is imprisoned for debt. She and her siblings earn meagre wages at jobs outside the prison walls, returning nightly to Marshalsea. Little Dorrit works as a seamstress for Mrs Clennam, whose son Arthur takes an interest in the Dorrit family and eventually helps free Mr Dorrit from prison.
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