Story Time with Author Christina Laurie "The Lobsters' Night Before Christmas" Saturday, October 26 at 2:00 PM

Story Time Titcomb's Bookshop "Lobsters' Night Before Christmas" Christina Laurie October 26

Bring your little ones to the bookshop to hear author Christina Laurie (C is for Cape Cod) read from her new children's book, The Lobsters' Night Before Christmas, on Saturday, October 26 at 2:00 PM.  

Creatures of the ocean celebrate Christmas Eve in an undersea retelling of A Visit by St. Nicholas by Rev. Clement C. Moore. Under the waves and surrounded by swaying ocean eel grass, Sea Santa makes his yearly Christmas journey. Pulled in his clamshell sleigh by his eight faithful minnows, beautiful watercolor paintings illustrate his visit to a family of lobsters. Told in sweet and clever rhyme, The Lobsters' Night Before Christmas combines a holiday classic with delightful newness. After the poem, children can learn fun facts about lobsters, such as what they look like, what they eat, and how they molt. See if you can find the lobster hiding in the eel grass throughout the book!

Christina Laurie, internationally published poet, is a former newspaper reporter and editor. Author of several children's books, a Cape Cod alphabet book, a daily devotional book, and middle-grade fantasy, she has spent her summers and retired life on Cape Cod. Elizabeth Moisan has worked professionally as an artist since graduating from Parsons School of Design in 1970. She is retired from her 43-year career working as a carpet designer in the home-furnishings industry and is currently working as an illustrator and book designer. She is the author of Master of the Sweet Trade: A Story of the Pirate Samuel Bellamy, Mariah Hallett, and the Whydah.

Event date: 

Saturday, October 26, 2019 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Event address: 

Titcomb's Bookshop
432 Route 6A
East Sandwich, MA 02537
The Lobsters' Night Before Christmas Cover Image
$16.99
ISBN: 9780764358265
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Schiffer Publishing - October 28th, 2019