Twins' Night Before Christmas is a universal and timeless gift to be treasured by both young and old. In the magic of the Christmas season, its' endearing story evokes an understanding of the importance of individual identity to a child. When Matilda and Monica, identical twin sisters, visit Santa at the mall, they are surprised when he addresses each of them by their given name. "How did Santa do it? Did he just guess? Twin identity crisis can cause so much stress. If friends cannot do it, how did this jolly elf recognize each twin for her unique self? Was he just lucky to get their names right? Will he really know them on Christmas Eve night ?" Matilda and Monica decide to put Santa to the "big test" by playing a twin game with him when he arrives at their home on Christmas Eve night.
|Publisher:||Outskirts Press, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.25(d)|
About the Author
All of Cynthia's grandchildren are twins; her two daughters each have a set of twin girls; one set is identical and the other, fraternal. She and her husband are retired educators who reside in their hometown, Slidell, Louisiana, where she continues to write and work as a Freelance Video Editor.