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The Barnyard Night Before Christmas Cover Art

The Barnyard Night Before Christmas

by Beth Terrill; Random House; 2007


The barnyard animals come to life as Newbold magically transforms Terrill's poetry into fanciful visions of flying livestock. Somehow, all is made well in the world as we are carried on a journey that sprinkles in just the right amounts of excitement and peril as Santa nearly loses his load of toys and our intrepid barnyard friends rush to the rescue.

—Overstock.com review

 

Too much Christmas eve pudding could spell disaster for Santa’s reigndeer in this charming twist on the Clement Moore classic, but not if Pip the mouse and his barnyard friends (with the help of a few helium balloons) can help it. Treat yourself and your children to a rip-roaring, gravity-defying trip!

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The Touch of the Master's Hand Cover Art

The Touch of the Master's Hand

by Myra Brooks Welch;
Stellar Books; 2007


The timeless, touching classic poem by Myra Brooks Welch now beautifully illustrated in a 32 page, full color picture book–perfect for adults and children alike.

From the marbled end-papers... to the glossy cover and high-quality printing, the book aims to add class to a classic poem. And it succeeds... this is a poem for the ages—now given fresh luster by an inventive illustrator

—Jerry Johnston, Deseret Morning News

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Winter Lullaby Cover Art

Winter Lullaby

by Barbara Seuling;
Harcourt Children’s Books; 1998


The seasonal changes in the natural world inspire a soothing lullaby.

A wonderful combination of picture and poetic prose describes what happens to the animals as the countryside turns chilly and winter preparations are made.

—Teacher Librarian

 

This carefully crafted question -and-answer book is more than a lullaby; it’s excellent content need not be saved for bedtime.

—Kirkus Reviews

 

Newbold’s broad scope of variously lit, softly rounded rural scenes- from farm to forest to desert to mountain valley- brings soothing balm to day’s end.

—Publisher’s Weekly

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