Best Holiday Stories: The Polar Express! #2015HolidayGiftGuide #PolarExpress #HolidayFavorites #StoryTime

The Polar Express 30th Anniversary Edition Available This Holiday Season! Thirty years ago, a mysterious train steamed up to a young boy’s front door, taking him on a trip he would never forget. The Polar Express first published in 1985, has been honored with Caldecott Medal, highest accolade in children’s books; inspired by dozens of seasonal train rides around the country; served as the theme for countless elementary school pagents; and perhaps most important of all, remains a steadfast reminder to readers young and old of the true magic of Christmas.

This story is one of my favorite holiday stories and I am so excited to be able to share this story with my daughter. I know that she will love to hear and read along to this story as well.

To celebrate this milestone anniversary, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt is introducing a stunning 30thanniversary edition of The Polar Express, which reveals a new jacket design and expanded interior layout, and includes a letter from Van Allsburg, downloadable audio read by Liam Neeson, and a golden keepsake ornament.


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