The Night Before Christmas Holly Hobbie Poem by Clement Moore

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”The Night Before Christmas Holly Hobbie

Poem by Clement Moore

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Twas the Night Before Christmas when all through the house

Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.

And you know the rest! Everyone loves this old classic written by Clement Clarke Moore. Christmas would not be Christmas if this special book isn’t read on Christmas Eve night. There are many, many different variations of this book, using the poem written by Clement Moore with different illustrations, and Holly Hobbie has added a special twist to this classic by added her own unique watercolor magic in her new hardcover book, The Night Before Christmas Holly Hobbie. You will be amazed at the magical wonders of this artist throughout this book.

 

This is an amazingly beautiful hardcover book inside and out. I love the dust jacket with the kids in the bed and the kitty cat there with them. And I also love the beautiful snow scene picture on the actual hardcover of the book as well. The paintings this classic poem is imbedded in are more than words can express. You will love everything about this adorable book. Since I love the paintings so much, I will tell you my two favorite paintings is the black and white snow scene of the house with the snowman and Christmas tree with clear lights, and the snow scene with Santa and his crew flying over top of the house. I just can’t say enough about this amazing book, but I think you get the picture! I really want to encourage you to pick up a copy of Holly Hobbie The Night Before Christmas.

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