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|Grade To||Sixth Grade|
|Age Range||5 - 13|
|Edited by||Clement C. Moore|
|Illustrated by||Clement C. Moore, Larry Eldredge|
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It is a great collection of the Coca-Cola Santa pictures from over the years. It includes an introduction about the Coca-Cola Santa and then a full picture Twas the Night Before Christmas illustrated with CC Santa Photos. A real gem if you are a fan of Classic Santas!
I bought the The Night Before Christmas because I now have children of my own (1 1/2 and 3 1/2)and wanted a traditional book to read to them on Christmas Eve every year. The book was written back when I was 1 yr old, so I thought it would be fitting. The price was Great and it was exactly what a I was looking for. Some of the newer books seem to be very large and expensive. Afterall these are children that I am getting this for.
I would recommend it to others; however, I would remind all potential buyers that this book was written in 1975 and the pictures reflect that. We also have the golden book edition and it is the exact same, the pictures are just more modern day.
I bought it for my daughter to read to her boys Christmas Eve, because we looked in all the stores and couldn't find the one she liked. Which was this one and she read it to them. It was in very good condition and it was a simular to the one I read to her when she was a child. The only difference was the cover and some ofthe others in the stores wasn't by Clement C. Moore. And She has always like the little golden books.
First I would like to clarify that I did not buy The Night Before Christmas: A Lift-the-flap Rebus Pop-up Book by Clement Clarke Moore (1997, Hardcover)., of which I have been so graciously asked to review. So as for my truthfully saying what it is that I liked about it would be somewhat difficult. Likewise, not having had the chance to examine or review this product - because I did not buy it - would pretty much exclusively limit my abilities to objectively be specific about the things I may not have liked as well.
In the face of such a completely insurmountable complication (one you should probably keep firmly placed in your mind throughout), I pray for your understanding that it really has left me with a great unwavering disadvantage the result of which is that I have no other reasonable alternative choice but to proceed directly in closing by once again reiterating the following: I would have an utterly tiresome struggle with my conscience to commit to whether I would recommend this product to another for either a purchase or a pass on it, let alone whether I would have personally 'bought it again for myself'. Therefore, I've only this last bit of unintended conundrum left to resolve for the sole reason as stated quite simply once again that I did NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT THE FIRST TIME.
Don't get me wrong, ebay is a wonderful place to buy and sell your items - as a small time user I've been doing so successfully myself for years and would recommend their services to anyone whom would venture ahead to do such confident that they, too, would enjoy the same positive experiences. There are many others who run concerns far larger than myself doing a huge volume of business year after year. Ebay does, in my opinion, a fantastic job all around for both their small and large members.
To be fair this is the first time they have ever presented me with such great opportunity as that of reviewing a product not actually purchased and with which I am entirely unfamiliar. I hope that I have not let them down while still laboring under these auspicious circumstances.
All-in-all, I have to admit that I've rather enjoyed the experience of doing so - and if you are still reading thus far into this review, perhaps you have garnered a modicum of enjoyment for yourself, as well.
So carry on ebay, we forgive you. And thank you as much, dear reader, for your patience and indulgence. Here now endeth this review of: The Night Before Christmas: A Lift-the-flap Rebus Pop-up Book by Clement Clarke Moore (1997, Hardcover).
I was disappointed at first because I was thinking I bought a large book, but having a pocket edition board book works better in some ways. I don't have to worry about turning it over to the 2 year old to play with and having her rip out pages. I would recommend this edition for anyone.