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A Christmas Carol
Written by Charles Dickens, Adapted by Scott McCullar, Illustrated by Naresh Kumar
Campfire | Trade Paperback | November 2010
$9.99/10.99(Canada) | 978-93-80028-32-3 (93-80028-32-6)

A ghost turns up at Ebenezer Scrooge's home one Christmas Eve. It is Jacob Marley, his business partner, who has been dead for seven years. He is dragging heavy chains, and is obviously full of great sorrow and unbearable pain.

While Scrooge is still trying to decide whether the apparition is... Read more

Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi
Written by Charles Dickens and Cedar Paul, Translated by Eden Paul
Pushkin Collection | Trade Paperback | January 2008
$22.95/22.95(Canada) | 978-1-901285-94-9 (1-901285-94-4)

In 1837 Charles Dickens, then twenty-five years old, was asked to ‘tidy up’ Joseph Grimaldi’s autobiography – he ended up re-writing most of it. Joseph Grimaldi (1778-1837), one of the greatest English clowns and pantomimes of all time, was born in London to an Italian ballet-master and a dancer in the... Read more

Oliver Twist
Written by Charles Dickens, Adapted by Dan Johnson, Illustrated by Rajesh Nagulakonda
Campfire | Trade Paperback | August 2011
$11.99/12.99(Canada) | 978-93-80028-56-9 (93-80028-56-3)

Oliver Twist's life has been a hard and desperate one. With his mother dying during his birth, and having no idea who his father was, Oliver has spent his first nine years struggling to survive in a world that has little pity for a poor orphan
such as him.
After Oliver gets involved... Read more

On Reading, Writing and Living with Books
Contribution by Virginia Woolf, Charles Dickens, George Eliot, Leigh Hunt and E. M. Forster
Pushkin Press | Trade Paperback | April 2017
$9.95/9.95(Canada) | 978-1-78227-251-9 (1-78227-251-8)

The London Library is the world's largest independent library. Founded in 1841 by Thomas Carlyle (in reaction to the "museum headache" brought on by the crowds in the British Museum Reading Room), it has become a haven for readers, writers and all who draw strength, solace or inspiration from the presence... Read more