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A creature was stirring  Cover Image Book Book

A creature was stirring

Pierczynski, Heather S. (author.). Hogan, Skylar, (illustrator.). Moore, Clement Clarke 1779-1863 Based on (work): Night before Christmas. (Added Author). Katherine Tegen Books, (publisher.). HarperCollins (Firm) (Added Author).

Summary: A young mouse refuses to go to sleep. "Go to bed," whispers the cat. "It's the night before Christmas." But, despite the unseen narrator's assertion that "not a creature was stirring," wide-eyed, big-eared Mouse is far too exuberant to snooze. He proceeds to ride a tricycle around the tree, crack nuts, and nibble cookies. Tiny vignettes depicting his Yuletide antics are followed by a full-page spread in which Mouse rushes out onto a snow-filled street with a full marching band. As he makes merry, everyone--from the house to the city to the whole world--exhorts him to "GO TO BED." So he does...but not for long. He just can't sleep! Hopping aboard the Christmas train, he crashes into Santa himself! Can Santa convince our hero to finally head to bed? In this irresistible holiday tale inspired by The Night Before Christmas, the author and illustrator reveal why only a mouse is singled out within the original holiday poem by Clement Clarke Moore.

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