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BILINGUAL 'Twas the Night Before Christmas - 200th Anniversary Edition: FRENCH C’était la nuit de Noël

Overview

Released
October 18, 2023
ISBN
9781959832263
Format
ePub

Book Details

There's a lot more stirring in this house than a mouse… Everyone knows Santa arrives on the rooftop with the clatter of eight tiny reindeer. But did you realize that 2023 is the 200th publication anniversary of Clement Clarke Moore's famous American poem about Santa coming down the chimney? And now, creative director Sally Veillette has packaged the ultimate version of this beloved rhyme to share with the world. Consider getting our award-winning enhanced ebook, too! We are proud to announce that we won our first prize: a bronze medal from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards for the bilingual Spanish-English edition. 'Twas the Night Before Christmas - 200th Anniversary Edition is a brilliantly innovative reincarnation of a classic. With gorgeous imagery and multilingual translations, Veillette's deft creativity brings this tale to life on a mission to restore joy from the North Pole to Antarctica. Readers both new and old will be delighted and energized by a renewed sense of global unity and magic. 15 languages and 4 Italian dialects are available in our bilingual series: English with Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Italian (and Sicilian, Neapolitan, Milanese and Salentino dialects), Malayalam, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Sinhala, Spanish and Ukrainian. Search "Twas the Night" and "Veillette" to find them all today. In this unique book series, you'll find:• Stunning illustrations• The full text of the original 'Twas the Night Before Christmas poem in English• The poem written in a second language, complete with magical rhymes and enchanting rhyme Visit our Christmas200 website to see behind-the-scenes information on how this festive verse initially came to be, and how Veillette's worldwide team grew, adding new languages, to bring the world to your fingertips. Moore wrote the poem for his children, but it was a good friend who inspired its publication! Soon, the poem's humble stanzas became the basis for modern Christmas mythology, and much, much more! 'Twas the Night Before Christmas - 200th Anniversary Edition is a must-have for your holiday celebration this season. If you like reinvigorated classics, multilingual options, and a healthy dose of ho-ho-ho, then you'll love Sally Veillette's treasury of tradition. Buy 'Twas the Night Before Christmas - 200th Anniversary Edition to fill those stockings today!

Author Description

Clergyman and scholar, Clement Clarke Moore, born in New York in 1779, became a household name in the USA by writing the most famous holiday poem in America's history. This poem, originally entitled "A Visit from Saint Nicholas," published in Troy, New York, on December 23, 1823, is now known as "'Twas the Night Before Christmas." This poem shaped the public view of Saint Nicholas: giving him a big, round belly, a hearty laugh, and a reindeer-drawn sleigh that carries him around the world.
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the poem's publication, an international group of volunteers, led by creative director Sally Veillette, translated the popular poem into 15 languages and 4 Italian dialects: Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Italian (and Sicilian, Neapolitan, Milanese and Salentino dialects), Malayalam, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Sinhala, Spanish and Ukrainian.
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