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GiGi's Journal - Christmas Gift Ideas - Advertisment

From: GiGi Audio Books
Subject: GiGi's Journal - Christmas Gift Ideas - Advertisment
Date: Mon, 6 Dec 2004 21:10:10 -0800


After many hours of creative work, A Christmas Carol is ready for the gift
giving season!

"A Christmas Carol", written by Charles Dickens, has been adapted to audio
in the typical audio production style found in a GiGi Book product.  At
only $7.99 the classic story, "A Christmas Carol", can be ordered via our
website at www.gigiaudiobooks.com.  What a great Christmas gift for that
special someone!

Ebenezer Scrooge is a penny-pinching miser who cares nothing for the people
around him.   His only concern is for money.  Scrooge particularly detests
Christmas which he views as a 'time for finding yourself a year older and
not an hour richer'.  

Scrooge is visited on Christmas Eve by the ghost of his former partner,
Jacob Marley.  Marley's ghost warns Scrooge of his future fate if he does
not change his ways.  Scrooge is then haunted by three spirits.  These
three spirits succeed in showing Scrooge the error in his ways and
Christmas morning finds Scrooge a changed man.

Holiday Special - Buy any 3 stories and the shipping is free!
Enter  code freeshipping04 at checkout!

And with that I would like to wish you and yours the happiest of holidays!


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