Yes! Old Scrooge is DEAD, to begin with...
In this romance sequel to Charles Dickens' beloved classic, A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge dies suddenly just days before Christmas.
Tiny Tim, now a young man who lost his sweetheart love, Becky, battles anger and lost faith with the new loss of his best friend.
Scrooge's ghost returns to teach Tim a much needed lesson about faith... and the real meaning of Christmas! (Christmas Holiday, Romance, Classics, Christian, Fiction, Family)
Norman Whaler’s short Biography
After the loss of his beloved wife, Patricia, Norman Whaler wrote a Christian Christmas romance novel, 'Tiny Tim and The Ghost of Ebenezer Scrooge - The sequel to A Christmas Carol.' It won 19 book and audio book awards (as seen on NBC and CBS).
He now writes children's picture books with a focus on clean, uplifting messages, some on serious topics and some that are all about fun. Other book titles include: The Tiny Tree, Am I Black or Am White?, Jack, Oink and Gobble and the 'No One Can Ever Know Secret'(Series Book 1), Oink and Gobble and the Men in Black (Series Book 2), Oink and Gobble and the Missing Cupcakes (Series Book 3), and a retelling of Charles Dickens', A Christmas Carol. All books are bilingual or have Spanish editions.