GEORGIE'S CHRISTMAS CAROL by Robert Bright

GEORGIE'S CHRISTMAS CAROL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Casper--er, Georgie, the ingratiating little ghost, plays Santa here, to Sara and Tony who must spend Christmas with their crotchety uncle Mr. Gloam in his house on the hill and to Mr. Gloam himself who is not gloomy any more but ""merry just like everybody else"" after Georgie brings him the sled he always wanted as a child. Sara and Tony are cute as two bugs as they tiptoe down the elegant stairs with stockings to be filled and candles to light their way, and it's all smothered in soft white snow which no doubt makes good packing for Mr. Bright's wallet but comes on a bit sticky to anyone who likes some shivers with his ghost stories or kicks to his Christmas cheer.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1975
Page count: 45pp
Publisher: Doubleday