Texas Night Before Christmas

Texas Night Before Christmas Texas Night Before Christmas is a true Texas Christmas story with characters cowboys and cowgirls everywhere will love Based on Clement Clark Moore s poem Texas Night Before Christmas is filled with

  • Title: Texas Night Before Christmas
  • Author: James Rice
  • ISBN: 9780882896038
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Texas Night Before Christmas is a true Texas Christmas story, with characters cowboys and cowgirls everywhere will love Based on Clement Clark Moore s poem, Texas Night Before Christmas is filled with images of the Lone Star State, lovingly described and illustrated by James Rice.

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    1 thought on “Texas Night Before Christmas”

    1. I was expecting a lot more from this book. Sadly, it didn't reach my expectations. When I was reading it, I felt like I was given a glimpse into a true redneck Christmas [this one's for you Cletus!], considering the house came complete with gun over the fireplace. I get that everyone who lives in Texas has a gun, but its never propped up so nonchalantly. I love Texas, but this book did not give me Texas. It gave me a creepy Santa Claus with rather oddly named longhornsexcept for Sam, I rather li [...]

    2. Ashley has a tradition of reading select books for Christmas Eve to her sisters. This year I listened to her read them aloud. I liked the illustrations in this one.

    3. A funny rendition of the Night Before Christmas, complete with phonetic spelling of bad Texas accent (winderpane, farplace, bellering). Cute pictures, some in color others black and white that held our baby's attention as I read while my husband mocked my "accent". "Merry Christmas, y'heah? and y'all have a good night!"

    4. This is a Texas version of Twas the Night Before Christmas, complete with a cowboy Santa and Longhorn "deer." Over all, the poem is good, though it feels a little awkward at times. The illustrations are terrific with alternating black and white and then full color pages. I really liked the cowboy boot stockings.

    5. Cowboy Santa arrives on the ranch. Cowboy boots. Longhorn cattle. Ranch. Texas. Ages 6-10.

    6. This story takes place in Texas. The pictures are nice, too. The story is also cute except bulls do not pull Santa's sleigh, and Santa Claus does not wear cowboy clothes.

    7. It was a hit with the little ones at the Christmas party. You could have heard a pin drop. The illustrations are very good. A couple of times I heard a small voice say, "I want to see."

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