Publisher description for Night before Christmas / Clement C. Moore ; illustrated by Gyo Fujikawa.
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The Night Before Christmas is the most enduring and memorable of all holiday poems. Celebrated artist Gyo Fujikawa brings new levels of excitement and joy to the verse, concocting a variety of goodies to feed sugarplum visions. From the first lovable image of a pink-eared mouse to the final spread of Papa waving goodbye as Santa and his reindeer fly away into the sky, Fujikawa provides pure enchantment. Kittens and dogs curl up everywhere in the old-fashioned home; stockings hang by the fireplace; and a group of irresistibly adorable children nestle next to cakes, cookies, and candy canes on a bed of soft dreamy clouds. Young readers and adults alike will be mesmerized.
This edition of The Night Before Christmas was originally published by Grosset & Dunlap in 1961.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Santa Claus -- Juvenile poetry.
Christmas -- Juvenile poetry.
Children's poetry, American.