The Night Before Christmas in New York

The Night Before Christmas in New York


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A chic stocking stuffer for those who love NY

Santa’s pre-Christmas jitters start just before Thanksgiving, and Mrs. Claus knows just what he needs to boost his holiday spirit—a trip to fabulous NYC for a little R&R (and a little shopping for her). They’re checking out chic stores when what should happen but the Macy’s parade official spots this Santa on the street and convinces him to “substitute” for the “substitute” Santa in the parade.

Santa laughed to himself—how surprised they would be If they knew the REAL SANTA was the one they would see!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781423634409
Publisher: Smith, Gibbs Publisher
Publication date: 09/01/2013
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 967,757
Product dimensions: 3.60(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 10 Years

About the Author

Roblyn Herndon is a freelance writer living in Houston, Texas.

Award-winning designer and best-selling author, Betty Lou Phillips is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers. With projects from New York to California, her work has been featured in countless magazines, as well as in her numerous home design books on French and Italian style. Interiors by Design--her 13th design book-is the ultimate guide to home décor. Additionally, she has appeared on the Christopher Lowell Show and the Oprah Winfrey Show. She lives in Dallas, Texas.

Betty Lou Phillips is the author of Emily Goes Wild!, an illustrated children's book, and co-author of The Night Before Christmas in Paris. Later this year Gibbs Smith Publisher will release her Night Before Christmas in New York and Night Before Christmas in Texas.

Read an Excerpt

Twas Thanksgiving Eve. There was calm in the world. A blanket of stars in the sky was unfurled. People were counting each Turkey Day blessing, Baking the pumpkin pies, making the dressing. Just a month until Christmas,
the happiest season. But Santa was sad, and said this was his reason: “The world’s population is growing so fast
That I fear my supply of new toys will not last.

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