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The Night Before Christmas is an enchanting Christmas story that has brought Santa to life for generations, and this is the #1 New York Times bestselling edition of this classic poem.
'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse
These opening lines from the famous Christmas poem intially published anonymously as A Visit from Saint Nicholas, and credited as a work by Clement Clark Moore, have been inspriring kids and captivating their minds as they prepare for the coming Santa and his reindeer. Carry on a family tradition or start one of your own with this new version of the classic Christmas book for children and families. This oversized padded board book includes:
- A beautifully designed oversided padded board book that is perfect for kids ages 1 and up
- Lavish illustrations by renowned, New York Times #1 Bestselling artist Charles Santore, the critically-acclaimed illustrator of multiple classic tales, including The Wizard of Oz, Snow White and The Little Mermaid
- A nod to Dutch references in the poem, specifically the Dutch name "Donder" which translates to "thunder"
The work of New York Times bestselling children’s book illustrator Charles Santore has been widely exhibited in museums and celebrated with recognitions such as the prestigious Hamilton King Award, the Society of Illustrators Award of Excellence, and the Original Art 2000 Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators. He is best known for his luminous interpretations of classic children’s stories, including The Night Before Christmas, The Little Mermaid, Snow White, The Velveteen Rabbit, Aesop's Fables, and The Wizard of Oz.
About the Author
Clement Clarke Moore, (1779-1863), was a professor at New York City's General Theological Seminary (built on land donated by his father) who, in an 1836 reprint of A Visit From St. Nicholas (more commonly known today as Twas the Night Before Christmas), was first credited as the author of the poem, and later included it in an anthology of his work.
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