- LATEST NEWS FROM TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
- Every year we make our award winning ebook edition free for one week to download from amazon.com.
- 2015 November 20th. to 27th. during the national week for tobacco prevention awareness get your ebook copy for free and please leave us a comment on the amazon.com reviews. We would love to hear what you think of our edition of "the most famous poem in
- the English language". You drop us an email at twas4kids.com.
- This book was created after 1,000 young children were interviewed and expressed a concern for smoking. We wanted them to have a smokefree version on which to build their Christmas Eve memories. Of the 1,000 children interviewed the majority of them wished for a smoke-free world and were willing to give up receiving Christmas presents if their parents would stop using tobacco products. This poem was written with the youngest of readers in mind in 1822 by Clement C. Moore - an American poet and a father himself. The original was not illustrated and it was not until years later that the image of his wonderful character would be depicted as a fatherlike figure standing in the middle of the Moore's living room smoking a pipe. In reviewing the original authors views on tobacco use we are confident he would be pleased with this slight edit.
- The book has now one seven book awards and is nominated for an eighth. It has been translated into four languages and it is available as a hardcover, softcover, ebooks and as an ibook with interactive and read along functions. There is also a sweet little reindeer doll make by the American toy designer Merry Makers. Awards to date include: GOLD PLACE MOONBEAM CHILDREN'S BOOK AWARDS, FIRST PLACE GLOBAL INTERNAITIONAL EBOOK AWARDS, FOUR BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BOOK AWARDS INCLUDING BEST COVER CHILDREN'S BOOK CATEGORY AND A MOM'S CHOICE GOLD AWARD.
- Happy reading and Happy Holidays. - The Publisher.
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International Media on the sensation of a smoke-free Santa in the most famous poem ever written in the English language.
The Leader-Post Regina Canada
USA Today December 23rd. 2012
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The Edmonton Journal
Children's Bookwatch: November 2012
James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief
Diane C. Donovan, Editor
Midwest Book Review
The Christmas Shelf- Twas the Night Before Christmas
Twas the Night Before Christmas is a children's picture book adaptation of the classic Christmas poem, with one important distinction - the poem has been edited to remove any references to Santa smoking tobacco. In today's advertising-saturated nation, it's more important than ever to realize how bombarded children are with images of cigarettes, pipes, and smoking; Twas the Night Before Christmas allows parents to share a timeless classic without adding to the inundation. The vibrantly colorful, friendly illustrations bring to life this wonderful read-aloud holiday storybook.
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The UK Dept. of Health released a study conducted on 1,000 children aged 7-13 who had a parent that was smoking in November 2011. More than half (54%) of the children said their one wish
for Christmas was that their mum or dad would give up smoking. They would go to considerable
lengths to get them to give up smoking,going to bed when asked, doing their homework and going
without Christmas presents if it would make a difference. 73% of children with a parent smoking
about their parent being killed by tobacco and almost 1/3 admitted to hiding cigarettes in an attempt to
get them to stop 98% of the children wished their parents would stop. The children labelled smoking
"stupid" and expressed that they wished no one in the world smoked. 50% of people who smoke do
eventually die from a tobacco related death. The implications of a smoking Santa are blatantly
Joe Camel and all other cartoon characters depicting smoking where prohibited in 1998 based on research released in the Journal of American Medicine that established that the exposure to such depictions had a role in sympathizing kids 3-7 of age towards tobacco products. This research galvanized the public around the need to do more to protect children from the tobacco industry, an industry that spends more than one million marketing dollars an hour in the USA.
25% of individuals who become long time tobacco users started before the age of 10 - 90% before the age of 18. Nicotine addiction is labelled a pediatric disease.
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