The Night Before Chistmas: A Goblin Tale by Clement C. Moore, Illustrated by Jacqueline Rogers
I love Clement C. Moore's classic Christmas poem and Boogs' favorite holiday is Halloween. We found the perfect book at our public library to give us a combination of both holidays. The text in this book is strictly Moore's Night Before Christmas poem. What makes this telling of the poem different are the illustrations by Jacqueline Rogers. Santa slides down the chimney into a tree house full of goblins. The little goblins are so curious and excited that they trip Santa and climb all over him. The goblins are causing a lot of mischief. Santa gently picks each goblin up and hangs them up on stocking hooks by the back of their shirts. Santa looks all worn out by the end of his visit. Boogs laughed and really enjoyed looking at each goblin filled page.
In the Laptop Lunchbox:
Salami and cheese Santa sandwich
Candy stockings to hang on the chimney
Coal raisins and dried apricots
Red Santa bag filled with Chex Mix toys
Salad with radish star ornaments
Santa Claus the World's Number One Toy Expert by Marla Frazee
Ever wonder why Santa is so good at figuring out the perfect give for every child? Well, it is because he works hard all year, listens to kids, watches kids, does his research, tests out toys, and then finally finds the perfect toy for each child. Boogs had fun looking at the illustrations in this book. His favorite drawings were the pages showing how Santa tests out the toys to make sure they are sturdy and fun to play with.
In the ELB lunchbox:
TOY spelled out in bread with a cheese background
Cheese Santa hopping on a pogo stick on top of a ham & cheese sandwich
Mini ham & cheese sandwich presents with letter picks spelling EXPERT
Red & orange tomato balls
Santa pick with broccoli Christmas trees
Santa pick with berries
Now that you have seen my Santa lunches, click the button below to hop over to Bent On Better Lunches to see Cristi's Santa lunch creation.
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