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The Night Before Christmas - With Fold-Out Decoration (Classic Children's Books)

The Night Before Christmas - With Fold-Out Decoration (Classic Children's Books)

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"'Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse..."

Laughing Elephant's version of The Night Before Christmas is the quintessential version of this Christmas classic. With beautiful pictures, classic text, and pull-out pictures, this book is the perfect choice for Christmas this year.

This version retains the iconic Santa illustrations of great illustrator Ethel Hays. Her Santa is the archetypal jolly old man who has brought Christmas spirit to America for decades. Her illustrations are further immortalized in a pull-out panel the size of a table. The poem's text is sure to fill hearts near and far with nostalgia and goodwill towards men.

This Night Before Christmas, with its traditional illustrations, interactive pull-out, and enchanting text, is the perfect choice to begin a holiday tradition with your family. Children and adults of all ages will treasure this timeless keepsake.



Author: Clement Clarke Moore
Publisher: Laughing Elephant
Published: 09/01/2021
Pages: 16
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 0.80lbs
Size: 10.90h x 8.30w x 0.50d
ISBN: 9781514989999

About the Author
Moore, Clement Clarke: - "

Clement Clarke Moore (1779 - 1863) was an American writer and professor. His poem "An Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas," first published anonymously in 1823, became known as the Christmas classic "The Night Before Christmas." The story was written as a Christmas gift for his six children. Moore was a lifelong New Yorker and died in his summer home in Newport, Rhode Island.

"Hays, Ethel: - "

Ethel Hays (1892 - 1989) was an American Art Deco cartoonist and children's book illustrator from Billings, Montana. One of the most successful and influential female cartoonists and illustrators of the time, she worked and lived across the country until her death in New Mexico.

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