'Twas the Night before Christmas
The classic Christmas verse in an elegant new gift edition—breathtakingly illustrated by P.J. Lynch.
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house . . .
P.J. Lynch brings his rich and atmospheric art to the well-loved holiday poem. Children will pore over every cozy detail in these warm, sweeping watercolor illustrations—from snug mice to stockings hung by the chimney with care to toys in the bundle flung over merry St. Nicholas’s back. A glowing interpretation of a favorite read-aloud, this is a keepsake volume to cherish and return to year after year.
Clement Clarke Moore (1779-1863) was an American academic and poet who is best known for the poem "A Visit from St. Nicholas," now more commonly referred to as " 'Twas the Night Before Christmas."
The poem “A Visit from St. Nicholas” by Clement C. Moore gains a richly illustrated new edition by Lynch. . . for traditionalists seeking a timeless option—particularly to present to first-time readers—Lynch’s dreamy illustrations of the Christmas classic will surely gratify.
[The] illustrations perfectly match the magical, nostalgic tone of the text.
Readers are in for a treat. . . Lynch’s supple watercolor and gouache illustrations are perfect for the tale’s snowy, northern setting. . . . Each page is thoughtfully and artfully arranged. . . . A worthy addition to holiday shelves.
—School Library Journal
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