A re-telling of the original holiday TV classic... Rudolph has a glowing red nose, and all the other reindeer won't let him play in their reindeer games. So Rudolph runs away, only to meet up with a an elf named Herbie and an old prospector named Yukon Cornelius. Rudolph finally learns that you can't run away from your problems, and returns to Christmas Village. Then Rudolph becomes a double hero! He rescues some of the other reindeer from the Abombinable Snowman, and he saves Christmas by leading Santa's sleigh through a terrible snowstorm.
Children ages 3-6 will love to read this Little Golden Book retelling of the classic 1964 holiday TV special, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. All of the other reindeer make fun of Rudolph and won't let him play in their reindeer games because he's different. But when Christmas is almost cancelled because of a huge snowstorm, Rudolph comes to the rescue with his wonderful shiny red nose.
Rick Bunsen is a childrens book author. His works include Toy Story 2: Merry Christmas, Space Ranger; and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
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