Santa's Reindeer
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Santa's Reindeer

4.19 of 5 stars 4.19  ·  rating details  ·  36 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Shh! Have you ever heard a reindeer's sleigh bells in the sky on Christmas Eve?

Have you ever heard a reindeer's hoofbeat on the roof of your house?

Or listened to the clatter of antlers outside in the darkness?

Of course you haven't!

Santa's reindeer are so skillful that they can fly in and out of your neighborhood without anyone hearing a thing. But how do they learn to fly...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published October 2nd 2007 by Atheneum Books (first published September 3rd 2007)
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GoldGato
Finally, a book that explains the magical world of Santa's flying reindeer. The whole Rudolph saga always had me wondering about these elite flyers and why they were originally so rigid about that blaring red nose. Well, now I know. Along with learning about the eating habits and basic skill tests for the furry team, the reader also gets to learn the origins and personality of the current reindeer team.

While a reindeer team member actually has its own given name, once they officially join the Ch...more
Doree Burt
I usually prefer Christmas books that don't focus on Santa, but this is such an imaginatively cool book that I couldn't resist. It's like a pseudo encyclopedia about reindeer, with personality traits, travel speed, and more. It's a fun and pretty book that mixes info about real reindeer and Santa's reindeer. Plus, there's a sparkly jewel on the front cover!
Shelly
This is a really cute book. I love how the author told how each of Santa's 8 reindeer got their names.
Katie Casey
Beautiful illustrations and lots of fun facts and "facts"! ;-)
Wendy Robinson
Beautiful concept of Santa's world
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Rod Green is a children’s writer who has worked with many publishers, including Puffin and HarperCollins. With Templar, he has written books in the Mean Machines series.
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