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The Goblins' Christmas by Elizabeth Anderson is a heartwarming and enchanting tale that captivates readers of all ages. Set in a magical land, this delightful story follows the adventures of three mischievous goblins named Smorg, Smog, and Smug, as they discover the true meaning of Christmas.

The book immediately draws readers in with its whimsical illustrations that beautifully depict the goblins' world and enhance the story's magical atmosphere. Anderson's writing style is engaging, filled with vibrant descriptions that bring each character and scene to life. Young readers will be hooked from the beginning, while adults will appreciate the clever wordplay and subtle messages woven into the narrative.

One of the strengths of The Goblins' Christmas is the relatability of the characters. Despite being mischievous creatures, Smorg, Smog, and Smug possess endearing qualities that make them instantly lovable. As they stumble upon a hidden letter from Santa Claus, their curiosity and excitement are contagious, leaving readers eagerly anticipating their further adventures.

Throughout the narrative, Anderson skillfully weaves valuable lessons about the importance of compassion, friendship, and the true spirit of Christmas. The goblins' transformation from troublemakers to heroes is both heartwarming and inspiring, teaching young readers the value of kindness and empathy.

The pacing of the story is flawless, keeping readers engaged as they uncover secrets, encounter unexpected obstacles, and embark on thrilling adventures. Anderson's ability to maintain the suspense while subtly incorporating heartwarming moments ensures a well-balanced and satisfying read.

Although The Goblins' Christmas is primarily targeted towards younger audiences, its universal themes and captivating narrative make it an enjoyable read for readers of all ages. Families will find themselves coming back to this book year after year during the holiday season, creating a cherished tradition.

Overall, The Goblins' Christmas is a must-read for anyone looking to immerse themselves in a delightful and touching holiday tale. Elizabeth Anderson's charming characters, evocative illustrations, and timeless messages make this book an instant classic, perfect for cozying up with on a wintry night or sharing with loved ones during the festive season.

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Copyright, 1908, by M. E. Anderson

The Goblins' Christmas


Elizabeth Anderson


Illustrated by Alexander Sharp

Los Angeles Segnogram Publishing Co. 1908



Once upon a time I visited Fairy land and spent a day in Goblin town. The people there are much like ourselves, only they are very, very small and roguish. They play pranks on one another and have great fun. They are good natured and jolly, and rarely get angry. But if one does get angry, he quickly recovers his good nature and joins again in the sport.

If a Goblin should continue angry he would take on some visible form. Perhaps he would become a toad or a squirrel, or some other little animal, and would have to live here on the Earth plane forevermore. But, if he keeps good natured, he can come here and have his fun, and not be seen by any one except a Seer, or very wise person.

The Goblins are gracious to the wise people now, but they were not always so. A long, long time ago, on a Christmas eve, the Fairy folk were having great sport. All the little people of the Unseen world had gathered together in the Earth realm... Continue reading book >>

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