The Nightmare Before Christmas

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Disney Press, Aug 15, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Meet Jack Skellington. Hes in charge of making Halloweenland the coolest creepy place around. But when Jack suddenly grows bored with tricks and treats, he goes searching for new ways to celebrateand he finds them in Christmas Town! Christmas, Jack decides, is just what Halloweenlandand the worldneeds! He sets out to take over the role of Santa. But can anything good come of a tall and lanky skeleton dressed up as everyones favorite jolly old elf? Tim Burtons The Nightmare Before Christmas is one of the Walt Disney Companys most successful franchises, with a huge cult following and a loyal and growing fan base.This beautiful reissue of the book first released in 1993 is a surefire Halloween, Christmas, and year-round hit!

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Review: Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas

User Review  - Hayley Swanson - Goodreads

I love The Nightmare Before Christmas, so I was immediately drawn to this book. Unfortunately, I was disappointed by what I found. It just wasn't very good. The illustrations were fine, if nothing ... Read full review

Review: Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas

User Review  - Drew Graham - Goodreads

Jack Skellington is the king of Halloweenland, but he feels something is missing from his life of spooking and creeping. When he discovers a door that leads to Christmas Town, he gets a crazy idea ... Read full review


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About the author (2006)

Tim Burton is the creative genius behind "Batman, Beetlejuice, Ed Wood, Edward Scissorhands, Mars Attacks!, Pee Wee's Big Adventure, " and "The Nightmare Before Christmas, " among others. He began his career at Disney, where his first project was a six-minute tribute to Vincent Price. His second film, the twenty-seven-minute "Frankenweenie, " was deemed unsuitable for children and never released in theaters. He lives in New York and Los Angeles.

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