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"I knew in a moment it must be St. Nick," wrote Clement Moore in 1822. Since then, his graphic Santa Claus image has become the world's. Moore's jolly old self, the reindeer-sleigh and chimney leap, the bag full of toys and visions of sugar plums so richly vivid in his poem, practically beg to be colored—and now they can be, in this coloring book illustrated by John O'Brien. The text of the poem accompanies the drawings, most spread over two pages, which capture in marvelous detail that tingle of Christmas best sensed by children.
The poem that created Santa Claus — color its vivid images in these new illustrations by John O'Brien. Detailed drawings follow poem verse by verse. St. Nick, sugar plums, on Dasher and Dancer!
The jolly old elf, the reindeer-sleigh and chimney leap, the bag full of toys, and visions of sugar plums: Clement Moore's classic Christmas poem takes new life in this magical coloring book. The complete text of the poem accompanies each drawing, many of which are spread over two pages.