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by Clement Clarke Moore

ePub Night Before Christmas download
Author:
Clement Clarke Moore
ISBN13:
978-1848773196
ISBN:
1848773196
Language:
Publisher:
Templar (September 1, 2011)
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Subcategory:
History & Criticism
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1751 kb
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1565 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
230

The Night Before Christmas (Little Golden Book) Hardcover. Clement Clarke Moore. You should certainly have a copy of Moore's poem on hand - there's no childhood complete without it! - but this is not the most worthwhile version out there

The Night Before Christmas (Little Golden Book) Hardcover. You should certainly have a copy of Moore's poem on hand - there's no childhood complete without it! - but this is not the most worthwhile version out there. This is a very small book, and the story is quite abridged. At 2 x 2 inches, it's great for small hands and fingers and is a wonderful introduction to the longer poem.

The Night Before Christmas (Little Golden Book). but not when she was doing her work that we are familiar with.

Clement Clarke Moore was born in New York City, the son of the Reverend Benjamin Moore and Charity Clarke Moore. An only child, Clement was capably tutored at home by his father until he entered Columbia College; according to his biographer

Clement Clarke Moore was born in New York City, the son of the Reverend Benjamin Moore and Charity Clarke Moore. An only child, Clement was capably tutored at home by his father until he entered Columbia College; according to his biographer Read Full Biography.

The Night Before Christmas By Clement Clarke Moore - Basil Rathbone, Milton Cross, Ted Malone. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве.

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house. Not a creature was stirring, not even a mous. ave a truly magical Christmas with this enchanting, timeless story

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house. ave a truly magical Christmas with this enchanting, timeless story. Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house.

It was composed one snowy evening by Clement Clark Moore, a professor of literature at Columbi. R WAS IT? . R WAS IT? Controversy as to the true author of the poem rages to this day; the most likely alternative candidate is Henry Livingston, Jr. a farmer and former military man with a habit of anonymously publishing poems in anapestic meter.

Clement C. Moore was more famous in his own day as a professor of Oriental and Greek literature at Columbia College (now Columbia University) and at General Theological Seminary, who compiled a two volume Hebrew dictionary. He was the only son of Benjamin Moore, a president of Columbia College and bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New York, and his wife Charity Clarke

Everyone's favourite Christmas poem, Clement Clarke Moore's 'Twas the Night Before Christmas is back, and filled to. .

Everyone's favourite Christmas poem, Clement Clarke Moore's 'Twas the Night Before Christmas is back, and filled to the brim with all the trappings of the holiday, from dancing sugarplums to flying reindeer. Combining Moore's enduring verse and Jon Goodell's beautiful illustrations, this cheerful board book is a Christmas classic for the next generation.

It's Christmas Eve, and all is still and quiet. One family are tucked up in bed dreaming of sugar plums, until the magical arrival of Father Christmas and his team of reindeer wakes the poem's narrator. Matilda Harrison's intricate illustrations are enhanced by embossing on every spread and act as a beautiful complement to the traditional text.
  • I always wanted to own this book for my toddler and I was afraid the graphics wouldn't be that great, but it is so amazing. I can't wait to read him this for Christmas! Just the version of it I was looking for!

  • I wanted this classic book but also wanted it to last so I bought a board book. A board book is like cardboard, hard pages from cover to cover. Vs a paperback that’s printed on paper cover to cover. Vs a hard cover book that has paper pages but the front and back covers are cardboard and hard. One thing I don’t do is look at dimensions because I can’t envision how big that is compared to something common. If someone were to review this book and say “this book is about half the size of a regular cereal box” I’d see that it’s an okay sized book. I put this on my 2 month old baby for photos but you can see how small it is. I also compared it to a box of wipes. It's smaller width wise but taller height wise.

    The pages are all hard since it’s a board book and none stuck together. The only complaint I have is that it’s pretty dark. I can understand its a night time book so everything is dark and they added light to the book. Christmas lights, Santa glowing, the stars etc and of course classic with all the words and etc. But seriously, my eyes aren’t the greatest and they’ll only get worse so I was struggling to engage with this book while reading. The words are clear the pictures are just dark even with the light added in the illustration to me. I added a photo with flash on and off. It doesn't seem super dark in the photos but up close I was squinting a little. With that said though, I think this is a staple book to have in every child’s collection!

  • This is an over sized, board book reproduction, of the 1949 original golden book that we grandparents had when we were young- only this is sturdy so my little sister cannot tear out the pages in this one! Tho likely she has outgrown that habit, it's safe from the grandkids as well. We kept this one for ourselves, and is so big, we used it as part of the decor in our game room, which has an 'oldies' themed tree. It's app 9'' x 11'', seems to be a faithful repro of the original, the binding allows it to lay flat while reading, but possibly the binding may not hold up to abuse. Since it is special to us I wouldn't leave it in with the mass of books the little ones have anyway, but read it to them when they visit, perfect size for that. Am happy to see that the company seems to be bringing out some board book repros of the 'oldies but goodies' that we loved as kids, will be buying more, especially the over sized ones. The one downside for me that this book is made in China, would have gladly paid more for these old classics to be made here.

  • This book was very disappointing... I have an earlier edition of Tasha Tudors's "The Night Before Christmas", which I love so much, and was trying to buy a similar one for a family member. This does look like the pictures were by Tasha Tudor (there are corgis and owls...) but not when she was doing her work that we are familiar with. She used the other book for the ideas, there is the attempt to have similar pictures, but not only is the poem very condensed compared to the earlier book, the drawings are just not good, and Santa, still a "right jolly old elf", is downright scary! I do not recommend this book.

  • Was looking for a version of TNBC as gifts to my cousins' kids, and I'm very particular about the artistry of illustrations. When I saw there was a Holly Hobbie version, I knew that was it! Was fond of her work back in the 70s, and this 2013 work shows her growth as an artist. The best part (explained in her comments at the back, and mentioned by M.B.'s 2015 review) is her visual expansion of the story through the eyes of a toddler. It will engage the youngest child who may not grasp the full text of the poem, but can understand the pictured tot who awakens and goes with the family cat to see what's going on. Holly Hobbie's brilliant illustration truly honors the spirit of this well-loved poem. I'll be keeping a copy for myself, too.