All single mom Lizzie wants this Christmas is the gift of health for her sick daughter. But her twin girls want a special man to take care of Lizzie—and her daughter's doctor Jack Rousseau is topping their list! Jack's a renowned surgeon, but he's no Santa Claus—he's used to working miracles in the O.R., but can he heal Lizzie's heart?
An exciting new rendition of the classic poem told with line drawings in Signed English along with the original text and full-color illustrations.
Christmas just wouldn't be Christmas without a reading of Clement C. Moore's classic verse, which has brightened the season ever since it was first published in 1823. And now this heartwarming poem is more dazzling than ever before. Acclaimed painter Eric Puybaret enchantingly captures the story's magic and wide-eyed wonder: a cozy home with stockings hung by a mantel; visions of sugarplums dancing in the dreams of sleeping children; a miniature sleigh pulled by eight prancing reindeer; and of course, jolly Santa, with his merry dimples and twinkling eyes, coming down the chimney with a bagful of toys.
Text reprinted from the original 1848 edition, accompanied by new illustrations, presents the well-known poem about an important Christmas visitor.
Alice Taylor takes a nostalgic, loving look back to a family firmly rooted in tradition and humour and - in particular - the Christmas traditions of her childhood. With her unerring knack of bringing her readers into her home, her stories of a childhood Christmas are rich, warm and amusing, giving a wonderful insight into life as it was.
The well-known poem about an important Christmas Eve visitor.
Rediscover a Christmas treasure—unavailable for decades—from beloved Caldecott Medal–winning illustrator Roger Duvoisin. With glorious illustrations by Caldecott Medal–winning illustrator Roger Duvoisin, this edition of Clement C. Moore’s “The Night Before Christmas” is a perfect holiday read-aloud for families. And with a tall, narrow size, it’s also just right for tucking into a Christmas stocking, making it a wonderful holiday gift.
A collection of Christmas stories and poems, many accompanied by information about such Christmas traditions as decorating a tree, gift-giving, and Christmas dinners around the world.
In the famous poem, Saint Nicholas visits a sleeping household on Christmas Eve.
It was the night before Christmas, and all through the land, not a Mr. Man was stirring . . . not even Little Miss Chatterbox! Join the residents of Mr. Men Land on Christmas Eve as they prepare for Santa Claus and Mr. Christmas to arrive. But Little Miss Late (in typical fashion) didnÕt send her letter to Santa until just that morning! Will he visit her anyway?
The Night before Christmas: A Children’s Christmas Poem about the Birth of Jesus might sound familiar and yet new and fresh at the same time. The poem tells the story of the nativity of the Lord according to Luke’s gospel and uses rhythm and rhyme in ways that draw their inspiration from Clement Clark Moore’s beloved telling of the Christmas Eve visit from St. Nicholas. Pairing illustrations with the scenes in this beloved story, The Night before Christmas brings to life the enduring account of Mary and Joseph, the journey to Bethlehem, their night in the stable, the company of animals, the songs of the angels, the visits from shepherds, and the calling to tell the story to others. Presented in the form of a keepsake book, The Night before Christmas: A Children’s Christmas Poem about the Birth of Jesus comes in the ideal package for elders and youth to share together as they recall the news about Jesus: “And just before dawn, / in the stable that morn / the Messiah, the Savior / the Redeemer was born!”
The illustrator's Vermont farmhouse and her pets are featured in the illustrations of this well-known poem about an important Christmas Eve visitor.
Since it ?rst appeared in 1823 as “A Visit from St. Nicholas,” The Night Before Christmas has been a classic holiday story, read and enjoyed by children and adults during the holiday season. Stockings are hung on the mantle, sugar plums dance through childrens’ dreams, reindeer clamor on the rooftops, and “you know in a moment it must be Saint Nick!” This bright and vividly illustrated edition of Moore’s timeless poem is a must-have for any family during the holiday season, whether it is placed under the tree for Christmas Eve or given as a pre-holiday treat. Ages: 4-8.
Four Christmas stories and romance.
Promises to keep - Victoria Alexander / Naughty or nice - Sandra Hill / Santa reads romance - Dara Joy / a Gift for Santa - Nelle McFather.
All Lydia's ever wanted is a perfect Christmas... So when her oldest friends invite her to spend the holidays with them, it seems like a dream come true. She's been promised log fires, roasted chestnuts, her own weight in mince pies - all in a setting that looks like something out of a Christmas card. But her winter wonderland is ruined when she finds herself snowed in with her current boyfriend, her old flame and a hunky stranger. Well, three (wise) men is traditional at this time of year...
This is a masterpiece of exuberant holiday cheer and the perfect way to bring a 'Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night.'
The ever endearing story of The Night Before Christmas, continues to thrill readers, young and old alike every Christmas. The poem of Clement C. Moore has been a delight in many books with different illustrators through the years. The Vintage Series, of R.F. Gilmor brings to you many of those lovely illustrated pictures of the arrival of Santa Clause and his eight tiny reindeer landing on the rooftop of good little girls and boys. Wonderful pictures that made our fantasy real, if only for a few special years.This book is presented for Little Hands to Hold & to Love.
"'Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse." This classic Christmas verse is well known to every parent and child preparing for Christmas and this beautifully illustrated new edition is the perfect Christmas gift for young and old.
Available for the first time as a stand-alone novella, the Russian satirist's tale of a Christmas Eve in the village of Dikanka features wicked mischief by the devil as he runs amok in the town and torments the town blacksmith, Vakula, as Vakula tries towin the love of Oksana.