By Kristofer Wouk December 22, 2012 0 34 45 6 A lot of our readers haven’t exactly been thrilled with the surprises that Google Play is rolling out to celebrate the new year, and we can’t exactly blame them.Advertisement Yesterday, the surprise was the app version of How The Grinch Stole Christmas. At least developer Oceanhouse Media went the extra mile to put all of its other Dr. Seuss apps on sale as well. Still it’s not the $0.25 apps that a lot of folks wish it was. Today’s deal is the Caldecott Award-winning picture book The Polar Express, discounted to $2.99 from its normally hefty price of $18.95. There’s no denying that this is a substantial discount, but given some of the other sales that big names like Square Enix are offering themselves, it seems like these may not be the deals that most users want. If you do like today’s deal, and want to pick The Polar Express up while it’s still discounted, hit the Google Play link in the sources section below. What do you think? Does it warm your heart to see the discount on The Polar Express? Or would you rather see deals like those we saw this time last year? 0 34 45 previous postTitanium Gray to replace Pebble Blue Galaxy S3 on T-Mobilenext postDoes Acer have a $99 Android tablet in the works?