‘Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse’
The Night Before Christmas was first published anonymously in 1823, then attributed to Clement C Moore who acknowledged authorship. Now nearly 200 years later it’s become a classic Christmas poem read to many children, including the Purple children, on Christmas Eve.
We received this copy, as Parragon book buddies, to review. It’s illustrated beautifully by Henry Fisher. The illustrations really bring the story to life, the story responsible for many of todays ideas about Father Christmas. Reading this is a lovely way to keep the magic alive for adults as well as children.
Win a copy of The Night Before Christmas
I have a copy of The Night Before Christmas to give away to one lucky reader, just in time for Christmas.
You must leave me a comment telling me what you’ll be asking Father Christmas for this year.
For extra entries fill in the rafflecopter form to:
- Follow me on Twitter
- Tweet about the give-away
- Like Purplemum on Facebook
- Follow me on Pinterest
- Follow Purplemum on Bloglovin
Disclaimer: I was sent a copy of the book for the purposes of this review.