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The Night Before Christmas

A Classic Illustrated Edition

By Clement C. Moore,Compiled by Cooper Edens,and Harold Darling

9 x 11 in; 44 pp;
Full color throughout, All ages
Hardcover
September 1998
ISBN 9780811817127
ISBN10 0811817121

SKU# 9780811817127

$16.95
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Written one Christmas Eve and first published anonymously in 1823, this perennial classic was intended to be a gift from a father to his children. Instead, it has become a gift to the world. This Classic Illustrated Edition features the original text and...
The Night Before Christmas


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The Night Before Christmas

Written one Christmas Eve and first published anonymously in 1823, this perennial classic was intended to be a gift from a father to his children. Instead, it has become a gift to the world. This Classic Illustrated Edition features the original text and beautiful reproductions of works by some of the most notable illustrators of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Equally at home on a child's bedside table and a collector's bookshelf, it is a glorious tribute to the most magical night of the year.

 

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9 x 11 in; 44 pp;
Full color throughout, All ages
Hardcover
September 1998
ISBN 9780811817127
ISBN10 0811817121
Clement C. Moore was born in 1779. His famous poem was written on Christmas Eve in 1822.

Cooper Edens is an author and illustrator who lives in Seattle, Washington. His other books include The Night Before Christmas (0-8118-1712-1), The Glorious Christmas Songbook (0-8118-2204-4), and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (0-8118-2274-5), all published by Chronicle Books.

Harold Darling lives in Washington where he has an extensive collection of children's books.

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Create a Magical Faimly Tradition

Create a Magical Faimly Tradition

10/11/11| Denise Neary
This beautifully illistrated edition of the classic poem should be part of the tradition of any faimily celebrating the joy of Christmas. The poem is a perfect read-along family event. Young children will delight in the rythym of the words. Older children will listen wondering "how does Santa do all of that?" And parents (at least those who haven't seen National Lampoon Christmas too many times) will find the wonder of the holiday season through their little ones' responses. A book to savor, one that could start a new family tradition.