The Reindeer Christmas

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9781842480441: The Reindeer Christmas

In this delightful original story, readers learn how Santa chose reindeer as the animals that would pull his sleigh. “Morozumi’s sumptuous, textured watercolors feature earthy winter tones with splashes of holiday reds and greens. Her scenes depicting the flying animals’ mishaps portray just the right touch of humor without becoming slapstick.”--Publishers Weekly

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Santa Claus and his reindeer have filled Christmas skies with the magical sound of jingling sleigh bells for as long as anyone can remember.  There was a time, though, long ago, when Santa made his journey on foot.  But with more and more homes to visit each year, he feared he could no longer deliver all the presents.  Christmas seemed lost until Santa's elves devised a special plan:  a flying sleigh was the perfect solution to Santa's dilemma.  But who would pull it?

Find out how the reindeer were chosen in this original tale from Moe Price.  His lighthearted text is complemented by Atsuko Morozumi's stunning watercolor illustrations, which glow with the nostalgic warmth of Christmas past.  Destined to become a yuletide classic, The Reindeer Christmas will bring joy to this and every Christmas, form now until forever.

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Price, Moe, Morozumi, Atsuko
Published by Mathew Price Ltd (2002)
ISBN 10: 1842480448 ISBN 13: 9781842480441
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