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Christmas Eve Good Night

Christmas Eve Good Night If you were a snowman with a long carrot nose Coal for your eyes and a scarf for your clothes In your bed that s zero degrees Fahrenheit How would you wish your frosty papa good night Everyone needs t

If you were a snowman with a long carrot nose,Coal for your eyes and a scarf for your clothes,In your bed that s zero degrees Fahrenheit,How would you wish your frosty papa good night Everyone needs to go to bed on Christmas Eve even at the North Pole In this joy filled holiday romp, find out how polar bears, gingerbread men, elves, toys even Santa help their little onesIf you were a snowman with a long carrot nose,Coal for your eyes and a scarf for your clothes,In your bed that s zero degrees Fahrenheit,How would you wish your frosty papa good night Everyone needs to go to bed on Christmas Eve even at the North Pole In this joy filled holiday romp, find out how polar bears, gingerbread men, elves, toys even Santa help their little ones settle down on an exciting night.

  • Unlimited Christmas Eve Good Night - by Doug Cushman
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About Author

  1. Doug Cushman says:
    Doug Cushman has illustrated than 100 children s books, 20 or so of which he has also written Among his many honors, Doug has gained a place on the New York Times Children s Best Sellers list and on the 2003 Children s Literature Choice list He has received a National Cartoonist s Society Reuben award and a 2004 Christopher Award for his book illustrations.

Comment 529 on “Christmas Eve Good Night

  1. Marathon County Public Library MCPL says:
    On Christmas Eve everyone needs to go to bed, but how do the snowmen, polar bears and others in the North Pole say good night This is a perfect bedtime story for Christmas Eve The simple rhyming text and colorful illustrations are sure to be enjoyed by everyone.Pam S Marathon County Public LibraryFind this book in our library catalog.


  2. Laurie says:
    Booklist October 1, 2011 Vol 108, No 3 Preschool Grade 1 With one rhyming stanza on each spread, this cozy Christmas book asks how parent and child pairs of snowmen, polar bears, mice, nutcrackers, gingerbread men, elves, doves, reindeer, and robots all settle in for a long winter s nap at the North Pole If you were a snowman with a long carrot nose Coal for your eyes and a scarf for your clothes, In your bed that s zero degrees Fahrenheit, How would you wish your frosty papa good night The larg [...]

  3. Dolly says:
    This is a fun holiday themed story that is perfect for bedtime The narrative encourages children to chime in as each character says goodnight The elves are a bit strange, but otherwise, we thought the book was very entertaining The illustrations are cartoonish and colorful, too We enjoyed reading this book together.

  4. Tricia says:
    Imaginations are stretched as we imagine being different things from a polar bear amid glaciers and snow to reindeer in a stall filled with hay as Christmas approaches My audience enjoyed this simple, rhyming text highlighted with delightful illustrations.

  5. Laura says:
    I loved this book It s a great book to read aloud to children I had a marvelous time making all the noises as goodnights were said This story is also a rhyming story and I am a huge sucker for stories that rhyme This will be added to the annual christmas book list

  6. Angie Grothem says:
    This was a fun story to read aloud to my children They enjoyed saying good night on each page.

  7. Shanshad Whelan says:
    No idea how to pronounce the elf version of good night.

  8. Marina says:
    Cute book Rhyming text with different ways to say good night Loved how robots said good night.


  9. Susan says:
    How would you pronounce the elf language good night


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