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How che Grinch Stole Christmas, by Dr. Seuss (pseud.] New York, Random House  unpaged. illus. 2km. I. Ticlic PZGHo ISBN: The Grinch hated Christmas! The whole Christmas season! Now, please don't ask why. No one quite knows the reason. 5. It could be his head wasn't screwed. How The Grinch Stole Christmas is a poem by Dr. Seuss, about a character who hates Christmas, But the Grinch,who lived just north of Whoville, Did NOT!.
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You're as charming as an eel. You're a bad banana with a greasy black peel! You're a monster, Mr. Your heart's an empty hole. Your brain is full of spiders. You've got garlic in your soul. I wouldn't touch you with a thirty-nine-and-a-half foot pole! But since reindeer are scarce, there was none to be found. Did that stop the Grinch? The Grinch simply said, "If I can't find a reindeer, I'll make one instead!
And he tied a big horn on top of his head. Then he loaded some bags and some old empty sacks On a ramshackle sleigh and he whistled for Max. Then the Grinch said "Giddyap! All their windows were dark. No one knew he was there.
All the Whos were all dreaming sweet dreams without care When he came to the first little house of the square. Then he slid down the chimney, a rather tight pinch. But if Santa could do it, then so could the Grinch.
He got stuck only once, for a minute or two. Then he stuck his head out of the fireplace flue Where the little Who stockings hung all in a row. Pop guns, pampoogas, pantookas, and drums!
Checkerboards, bizilbigs, popcorn, and plums! And he stuffed them in bags.
Then the Grinch, very nimbly, Stuffed all the bags, one by one, up the chimney. You're a vile one, Mr. You have termites in your smile. You have all the tender sweetness of a seasick crocodile.
Given the choice between the two of you I'd take the seasick crocodile! You're a rotter, Mr. You're the king of sinful sots.
Your heart's a dead tomato splotched with moldy purple spots. You're a three decker sauerkraut and toadstool sandwich with arsenic sauce! Then he slunk to the icebox. He took the Whos' feast! He took the Who pudding! He took the roast beast! He cleaned out that icebox as quick as a flash. Why, that Grinch even took the last can of Who hash!
Then he stuffed all the food up the chimney with glee. He turned around fast, and he saw a small Who! Little Cindy-Lou Who, who was no more than two. So I'm taking it home to my workshop, my dear.
I'll fix it up there, then I'll bring it back here. Then he patted her head, And he got her a drink, and he sent her to bed. And when Cindy-Lou Who was in bed with her cup, He crupt to the chimney and stuffed the tree up! Then he went up the chimney himself, the old liar. And the last thing he took was the log for their fire.
On their walls he left nothing but hooks and some wire. And the one speck of food that he left in the house Was a crumb that was even too small for a mouse.
Then he did the same thing to the other Whos' houses, Leaving crumbs much too small for the other Whos' mouses! You nauseate me, Mr. Grinch, with a nauseous super "naus"! You're a crooked dirty jockey and you drive a crooked hoss. Your soul is an appalling dump heap overflowing with the most disgraceful assortment of rubbish imaginable mangled up in tangled up knots! You're a foul one, Mr. You're a nasty-wasty skunk.
Your heart is full of unwashed socks. Your soul is full of gunk. The three words that best describe you are as follows, and I quote, "Stink, stank, stunk"! It was quarter of dawn.
All the Whos still a-bed, All the Whos still a-snooze, when he packed up his sled, Packed it up with their presents, their ribbons, their wrappings, Their snoof and their fuzzles, their tringlers and trappings!
Ten thousand feet up, up the side of Mount Crumpet, He rode with his load to the tiptop to dump it! They're just waking up! I know just what they'll do! Their mouths will hang open a minute or two Then the Whos down in Whoville will all cry boo-hoo! That's a noise," grinned the Grinch, "that I simply must hear!
And he did hear a sound rising over the snow. It started in low, then it started to grow. Fahoo forays, dahoo dorays Welcome Christmas! Come this way Fahoo forays, dahoo dorays Welcome Christmas, Christmas Day Welcome, welcome, fahoo ramus Welcome, welcome, dahoo damus Christmas Day is in our grasp So long as we have hands to clasp But this sound wasn't sad!
Why, this sound sounded glad! Every Who down in Whoville, the tall and the small, Was singing without any presents at all! He hadn't stopped Christmas from coming! It came! Somehow or other, it came just the same! And the Grinch, with his grinch feet ice-cold in the snow, Stood puzzling and puzzling. It came without ribbons! It came without tags!
It came without packages, boxes, or bags! Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn't before. Maybe Christmas, he thought, doesn't come from a store. Maybe Christmas, perhaps, means a little bit more! And what happened then?
Well, in Whoville they say That the Grinch's small heart grew three sizes that day! And then the true meaning of Christmas came through, And the Grinch found the strength of ten Grinches, plus two! And now that his heart didn't feel quite so tight, He whizzed with his load through the bright morning light With a smile to his soul, he descended Mount Crumpet Cheerily blowing "Who! He road into Whoville.
He brought back their toys. He brought back their floof to the Who girls and boys. He brought back their snoof and their tringlers and fuzzles, Brought back their pantookas, their dafflers and wuzzles. He brought everything back, all the food for the feast! And he, he himself, the Grinch carved the roast beast! Welcome Christmas.
Bring your cheer, Cheer to all Whos, far and near. Christmas Day is in our grasp So long as we have hands to grasp. Christmas Day will always be Just as long as we have we. Welcome Christmas while we stand Heart to heart and hand in hand. Trivia Tidbits: The thread used to tie the horn to Max's head is red in the poem, black in the cartoon. In the original poem, the Grinch lives 3, feet up Mount Crumpet. In the cartoon, it's 10, feet. Several real-life toy items mentioned in the original poem are replaced by made-up toys in the cartoon.
Thurl Ravenscroft was accidentally uncredited for his singing. Seuss tried to correct this by sending letters to newspapers across America. Ravenscroft was also the voice of Tony the Tiger. Meanwhile, Boris Karloff - who did NOT sing the song - won a grammy for his narration of the cartoon when it was released as an LP in The illustrated Grinch in the poem was black and white with touches of pink, like every other illustration.
Director Chuck Jones who produced and directed countless Warner Brothers cartoons starring Bugs Bunny and his pals decided that the cartoon Grinch should be green. You're so right!
It's impossible to find the TV version of this online. I have a strong feeling that the Seuss folks work hard to get rid of as many copies of the story they can find online. Thanks for putting in the effort so we don't have to.
I just read it to my kids and they loved it. Thank you for doing this! I don't think they try to get rid of it. Who will win the contest this chistmas? OK, Betty. She turned on more lights. They were the most beautiful lights anyone had ever seen. The Mayor, who wanted to marry Martha-May, opened the envelope.
Then, the award goes to the next in line. The Grinch suddenly bounced down from Mount Crumpit. Cindy-Lou was happy to see him, but May-Who was not. If "Time for the cake contest! They pushed cakes into the Grinch's mouth. Everybody was giving presents, but the Grinch hadn't brought a present for anyone. I hate them," shouted the Grinch.
Don't go! I'm a terrible Cheermeister. I forgot the most important thing, lighting the Christmas tree! But the Grinch suddenly had a nasty idea.. He set the tree on fire! And the Whos ran after him. But, they couldn't catch him.
I know! You can ull the sleigh and it will look just like anta's. And that's what he did.. But at Cindy-Lou's house, Cindy-Lou woke up. The Grinch took her back up to bed. He's mean, hairy, and smelly Then, he went back to Mount Crumpit and watched. In the morning, the Whos woke up and saw that Christmas had disappeared. They went into the streets. Mayor MayWho came flying out the window of his bedroom remember the Grinch put something under his bed?
The Grinch smiled. I saw him! Cindy-Lou was going to cry. Her father stood and said, " Cindy-Lou was right. I'm glad the Grinch took our presents.. It's about being together - with our families! She smiled. They kissed. Then everybody kissed! What's going on in Who-ville? I' taken all the presents They can't have Christmas!
I've taken it! Yaybe Christmas isn't al ut these things. Maybe s about.. Dh no! Max, help eeling! What's h nside! Oh Max! I Max, you're kissing me! The sleigh.. Nobody should be without friends on Christmas. He picked up the sleigh and put it down on the mountain. I saved you? Yes, I think I did! We can stop them! The string of lights stopped the sleigh. Policeman Who-lihan walked up and said, "What's this? Martha-May said, "Mayor May-Who, this is for you.
The surprise knocked him over. The Grinch spent the next few hours putting everything back. Then he lit the Christmas tree. It was beautiful.
The Christmas celebration was the greatest any Who had ever seen. Martha-May sat next to the Grinch at dinner. Grinch," said Cindy-Lou and she kissed him on the cheek. Look at the cover and the pictures in the book.
What is strange about this Christmas story, do you think? Who likes the Grinch in this story? Find three pictures that show he is liked and explain how you know this. On what page do you see: After you read 3. Which of these characters change in the story? Mayor May-Who c. Lou Lou-Who d. Martha May-Who-vier e. Max 4. Write a letter to Mayor May-Who and tell him your ideas for next year's Who-bilation. Give ideas about and anything else you can think of to make next Christmas the Best Christmas in Who-ville!
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