The Night Before Christmas (Little Golden Book) (Hardcover)

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By Clement C. Moore, Corinne Malvern (Illustrator)
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Description


Everyone's favorite Christmas-time rhyme makes the perfect giftable picture book!

The classic 1949 Little Golden Book The Night Before Christmas is now available for Santa's littlest elves! With its shiny, colorful pages, this large-sized Little Golden Book is great for reading aloud as a family on a winter's night, and makes a perfect gift for under the tree!

About the Author


Clement C. Moore, who taught Biblical history in New York City, wrote this Christmas favorite in 1822 for his own children. He later published it as A VISIT FROM ST. NICHOLAS.

Corinne Malvern (1901–1956) was a commercial artist who made her mark in fashion advertising and children’s books. She was an art editor of Ladies’ Home Journal, and often painted its magazine covers. She illustrated many iconic Little Golden Books, including A Day at the Seashore, Heidi, The Night Before ChristmasDoctor Dan the Bandage Man, Christmas Carols, and Nurse Nancy

Praise For…


"Children will enjoy the humorous details. A popular choice."--Booklist.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780375863592
ISBN-10: 0375863591
Publisher: Golden Books
Publication Date: September 13th, 2011
Pages: 24
Language: English
Series: Little Golden Book

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