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PreS-Gr 1—The biblical story of Jesus's birth is told in the style of Clement Clarke Moore's

classic poem, ''Twas the Night Before Christmas': 'And out in the fields, taking care of their

sheep,/Some shepherds were just getting ready to sleep./When all of a sudden, they had such a

fright,/As a whole choir of angels lit up the night.' Each of the baby's visitors are included in the

poem which faithfully follows the Book of Luke aside from Mary's 'Merry Christmas' at the end.

Selivanova's realistic digital art is rendered in jewel tones with soft edges. Light emanates from the

baby Jesus, as well as the moon. The resulting illustrations, paired with the calm, rhyming text,

have a peaceful effect, making this a perfect choice for bedtime. VERDICT A sweet take on a

Christmas classic with a Nativity setting.—Jessica Ko, Los Angeles Public Library Read more In a

skillfully composed text that mimics the phrasing and cadence of Clement C. Moore familiar

holiday poem, Nellist presents a Nativity story that balances a lighthearted, anticipatory tone with

an overarching reverence for the subject matter. Twas the evening of Christmas, when all through

the town,/Every inn was so crowded, no room could be found, she begins, incorporating the

animals of the stable, the nearby shepherds, and the visiting Magi into her retelling (The pigeons

were nestled all snug in their beds,/ While visions of breadcrumbs danced and round in their

headsand). Russian illustrator Selivanova evocative paintings feature soft lines and gentle shifts

between sunlight, moonglow, starlight, and shadow--as well as light that seems to emanate from

the newborn child. Her gauzy, muted palette and shifting perspectives (in one scene, the

shepherds are seen from above, through clusters of angels and wings) fully immerse readers in

the unfolding events. Ages 4 and 8. (Publishers Weekly) Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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