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Title:
'Twas the night before Christmas
Title:
'Twas the night before Christmas
Publisher Info:
Denver, CO : Accord Pub., c2009.
Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations ; 26 cm.
General Note:
On board pages.
Abstract:
Clement Clarke Moore's popular ode to Christmas Eve comes to life through the illustrations of Jon Goodell and Accord Publishing's exclusive AniMotion treatment, adding movement and depth to this beloved tale--from a locomotive circling the Christmas tree to the flickering flame of a candle.
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J 811.2 MOOR Book Juvenile Nonfiction
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BOARD MOO Picture Book
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E BOARD MOOR Picture Book
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E MOOR Picture Book
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Summary

Summary

Clement Clarke Moore's popular ode to Christmas Eve comes to life through the illustrations of Jon Goodell and Accord Publishing's exclusive AniMotion treatment inside this deluxe edition.

'Twas the Night Before Christmas has never before been presented inside such a lavish, gift-worthy package. The full-color AniMotion windows that appear within the festively trimmed illustrations add movement and depth to this beloved tale.

From a locomotive circling the Christmas tree to the flickering flame of a candle, this distinctive version of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas will not only inspire visions of dancing sugarplums, but the heartfelt hope that St. Nicholas himself will be placing this special gift under the tree.


Author Notes

Poet and Educator Clement Moore was born on July 15, 1770 in New York City, and was later educated at Columbia College.

Moore was a biblical scholar and professor at the Episcopal General Theological Seminary.

Moore is best known for his poem "A Visit from St. Nicholas", better known in more modern times as "Twas the Night Before Christmas". In 2013 this same title became a New York Times High Profile Title.

Clement Moore died in Newport, Rhode Island on July 10, 1863.

(Bowker Author Biography)