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Can You See What I See? : The Night Before Christmas: Picture Puzzles To Search And Solve

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Can You See What I See The Night

Scholastic


Author: Walter Wick
Package Quantity: 1

The first photograph, "The Night Before Christmas," features a gingerbread house, Christmas cookies, candles, bulbs, and more. "Visions of Sugarplums" is an abstract composition of Christmas confections and "Such a Clatter!" is a dynamic explosion of objects. In "It Must Be Saint Nick," Santa is shown in shadow and in "A Bundle of Toys," the presents in Santa's sack are revealed as a magnificent jumble. The final photograph, "Happy Christmas to All" is a beautiful, pastoral landscape, lustrous under new-fallen snow. The original poem is printed on the endpapers. Scenes from Clement C. Moore's The Night Before Christmas, inspire twelve gorgeous and fascinating compositions where readers search for dozens of intriguing hidden objects. The first photograph, "The Night Before Christmas," features a gingerbread house, Christmas cookies, candles, bulbs, and more. "Visions of Sugarplums" is an abstract composition of Christmas confections and "Such a Clatter!" is a dynamic explosion of objects. In "It Must Be Saint Nick," Santa is shown in shadow and in "A Bundle of Toys," the presents in Santa's sack are revealed as a magnificent jumble. The final photograph, "Happy Christmas to All" is a beautiful, pastoral landscape, lustrous under new-fallen snow. The original poem is printed on the endpapers.
Your child will love this fantastic book. Written by Walter Wick and the publisher is Scholastic. The children's book went on sale around October of 2005. The book is centered on Picture puzzles as well as Christmas, Christmas poetry and Santa Claus and it is thought of as wonderful juvenile literature. The book is 40 pages long and it has colorfully illustrated pages. Cartwheel books, add to cart by clicking the weblink below.

Scenes from Clement Moore's 'Twas the Night Before Christmas inspire twelve elegant and fascinating compositions exactly where readers search for dozens of intriguing hidden objects. The original poem is printed on the endpapers. The 1st photograph,"The Night Before Christmas,"features a gingerbread house, Christmas cookies, candles, bulbs, and much more. The final photograph,"Happy Christmas to All"is really a beautiful, pastoral landscape, lustrous below new-fallen snow."is truly a dynamic explosion of objects. Can You See What In"It Must Be Saint Nick,"Santa is shown in shadow; and in"A Bundle of Toys,"the presents in Santa's sack are revealed as a magnificent jumble."Visions of Sugarplums"is an abstract composition of Christmas confections; and"Such a Clatter!



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