The Grinch is BACK and ready to prove to the residents of Who-ville that he's changed. This heartwarming sequel is written and illustrated in the style of Dr. Seuss's beloved holiday classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Grinch had been patiently waiting all year,To celebrate Christmas and bring the Whos cheer,And to show every Who he was DIFFERENT now. “I’ve changed!” thought the Grinch, “And I’ll prove it! But HOW?”
A year has passed since the Grinch stole Christmas from Who-
ville. Now eager to prove to the Whos
that his heart has grown to LOVE the holiday, the Grinch devises a plan to win Who
-ville's Christmas Crown by making the largest, most spectacular Christmas tree the Whos
have ever seen!
But when things don't go as planned, the Grinch's heart turns ice cold, and he threatens to leave Who-
ville for good...until one small, special Who
reminds him that Christmas is NOT about winning.
Grow your heart three sizes MORE with this sequel to the timeless picture book How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
Featuring a foil-enhanced jacket and full-color illustrations rendered in the iconic style of the original, this new story makes a splendid gift and a must-have addition to the libraries of Grinch fans of all ages!
ALASTAIR HEIM i
s the author of thirteen children’s picture books including Hello Door,
which was named one of The New York Public Library’s Best Books of 2018, The Great Puppy Invasion,
which won the 2019 Oklahoma Redbud Read-Aloud Award, and Quiet Down Loud Town!,
which was named a 2021 Junior Library Guild Gold Standard Selection. He has also written three books for Dr. Seuss Beginner Books titled If I Had Your Vote, If I Ran Your School,
and If I Were Saint Nick
—all featuring The Cat in the Hat—as well as the board book I Am the Cat in the Hat.
He lives in Kansas City with his wife and three incredible children.
New Jersey native and "constant doodler" ARISTIDES
has illustrated over 100 books for children—among them 40+ books in the Cat in the Hat's Learning Library series. A versatile artist, he divides his time between illustrating for children and fine art painting.