Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Kindle ✓ Rudolph the

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Kindle ✓ Rudolph the


Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer ➪ Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Read ➲ Author Barbara Shook Hazen – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk This vintage children s storybook has colorful pages with Richard Scarry illustrations Pictorial cover with Rudolph lighting the way for the sleigh with his wonderful nose This vintage children s storybook hascolorful pages with Richard Scarry illustrations Pictorial cover Rudolph the eBook À with Rudolph lighting the way for the sleigh with his wonderful nose.

  • Hardcover
  • 24 pages
  • Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
  • Barbara Shook Hazen
  • English
  • 23 June 2017
  • 0307020711

About the Author: Barbara Shook Hazen

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10 thoughts on “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

  1. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    Well, Christmas is coming very soon I m in the midst of final exams personally, so it doesn t feel like it , but I figured it might be nostalgic to read this old classic Christmas tale My edition of this book at one point came with a vinyl record, but the record has long since been lost so I didn t consider playing it on my own record player The story s pretty straightforward, and any kid who s ever gone to a public school Christmas concert will remember being made to sing the rhyme while wea Well, Christmas is coming very soon I m in the midst of final exams personally, so it doesn t feel like it , but I figured it might be nostalgic to read this old classic Christmas tale My edition of this book at one point came with a vinyl record, but the record has long since been lost so I didn t consider playing it on my own record player The story s pretty straightforward, and any kid who s ever gone to a public school Christmas concert will remember being made to sing the rhyme while wearing red and green reindeer antler headbands from the dollar store Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer follows a deer at the North Pole 9 out of Santa Claus s eight famed sleigh pulling reindeer , but unlike the others, Rudolph has a glowing red nose How exactly this would happen I m not sure, maybe he dipped his nose in radium paint once, I didn t really think much into it Anyway, the other deer tease him for his embarrassing difference, excluding him from their own close knit group of friends But does Rudolph have a hidden advantage that could save Christmas Every kid has faced rejection bullying from peers at least once, so this story isn t just some Christmas sing along but also a good tale about acceptance and unity during the holiday season, or any other time A reminder that Christmas is supposed to be about coming together, not mocking others or ostracizing those who don t fit in If you like me don t have a vinyl record of the song accompanying the book, I m sure a quick YouTube search will resurrect it

  2. Kim Kim says:

    Rudolph the Red nose Reindeer Who would have to review that Not me, I can t think of a word to say about the book except when I read it I was home again, in my dreams anyway I was sitting on that awful orange and brown sofa in my mom and dad s living room with the orange and brown shag carpeting also awful There s a desk in one corner, and a barrel filled with magazines in the other Across from me are two chairs with a green end table between them and the telephone is on the table, one of Rudolph the Red nose Reindeer Who would have to review that Not me, I can t think of a word to say about the book except when I read it I was home again, in my dreams anyway I was sitting on that awful orange and brown sofa in my mom and dad s living room with the orange and brown shag carpeting also awful There s a desk in one corner, and a barrel filled with magazines in the other Across from me are two chairs with a green end table between them and the telephone is on the table, one of those all connected together so you can t walk away from the chair you are sitting on when talking And you dial the thing too Against one wall is the piano that I have spent an amazing amount of time at, and in the other corner, is a Christmas tree The tree is sitting on a platform with a train around it, a train I never saw except at Christmas and have no idea where it disappeared to during the rest of the year The lights on the tree are colored lights of course, none of those all white trees for my mom In the kitchen we are making cookies, lots and lots of cookies We make so many cookies I have no idea what happens to them all We fill tin cans with cookies Chocolate chip cookies, peanut butter, sugar, oatmeal, any kind of cookie you can think of we have in tin cans It takes us days and days to finish them all And on Thanksgiving afternoon, after all the turkey and stuffing, corn, potatoes, apple sauce, pumpkin pie, etc are gone, mom drags us out into the mountain to cut greens to make decorations for the porch We come home with lots of pine branches, and mountain laurel, which I m pretty sure you re not supposed to cut down in the first place, but she needs it for wreaths Caroling, church, snow, days home from school yea , presents, family lots of family , friends lots of friends , parties, the birthday of Jesus These are the things I thought about as I read this book As for the book, we all know the story, he went down in history Happy reading

  3. Em Em says:

    It loses a star for not showing the iconic Why weren t you at elf practice scene.

  4. Alan Alan says:

    Wonderful when you re six or seven years old, up to maybe 11 In combination with Gene Autry singing on the old 78 rpm, Ru dolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Had a very shine yy nose And if you ever saw wit, you would even say IT GLOWS Why I say it may be good to age eleven the theme of course is rejection by one s peers, They never let poor Rudolph Play in any reindeer games Rejection by peers is a common misgiving of kids and early adolescents as well as, according to the adds for ac Wonderful when you re six or seven years old, up to maybe 11 In combination with Gene Autry singing on the old 78 rpm, Ru dolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Had a very shine yy nose And if you ever saw wit, you would even say IT GLOWS Why I say it may be good to age eleven the theme of course is rejection by one s peers, They never let poor Rudolph Play in any reindeer games Rejection by peers is a common misgiving of kids and early adolescents as well as, according to the adds for acne medicine and hair and skin and nail and clothes products, many adults as well But, Then one foggy Christmas Eve, Santa drafted Rudolph as a headlight Then all the reindeer loved him, he having become an Historic Figure in the Reindeer Christmas world This is a story of a social difference, and a physical handicap working to great social advantage And it was written long before handicaps gained any status as general concerns I must have read it around 1950 Yikes The slightly greater part of a century ago

  5. The Celtic Rebel (Richard) The Celtic Rebel (Richard) says:

    A wonderful version of the Rudolph story that I enjoyed as a child and have loved sharing with my children and grandchildren The illustrations are great and the story as always has a lesson for all who hear it every misfit have their worthy place in the world That s a lesson even as adults we need to be reminded of The big thing I love about the Rudolph story, esp this one, is the nostalgic feeling I get every time I read it Until I read Rudolph and The Night Before Christmas it s jus A wonderful version of the Rudolph story that I enjoyed as a child and have loved sharing with my children and grandchildren The illustrations are great and the story as always has a lesson for all who hear it every misfit have their worthy place in the world That s a lesson even as adults we need to be reminded of The big thing I love about the Rudolph story, esp this one, is the nostalgic feeling I get every time I read it Until I read Rudolph and The Night Before Christmas it s just not Christmas for me

  6. Jae Foster Jae Foster says:

    Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is the story of a young reindeer who is bullied by his larger, cruel peers.Even Santa and the Elves are no help to poor Rudolph as he is turned into an outcast because of his unusual glowing nose It isn t until Santa needs him to be a flying nightlight for him, lighting the path through a foggy Christmas Eve, that Rudolph finally gets to shine and even then, it s because someone needed to borrow his nose.The reindeer that taunted poor Rudolph receive no punish Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is the story of a young reindeer who is bullied by his larger, cruel peers.Even Santa and the Elves are no help to poor Rudolph as he is turned into an outcast because of his unusual glowing nose It isn t until Santa needs him to be a flying nightlight for him, lighting the path through a foggy Christmas Eve, that Rudolph finally gets to shine and even then, it s because someone needed to borrow his nose.The reindeer that taunted poor Rudolph receive no punishment for their behavior not even a talking to about how bullying is wrong and at the end, Rudolph is celebrated a hero and all seems forgiven And, as Rudolph proves himself by offering an eerie red glow in the dark and foggy sky for Santa to travel through, there is a lot to be said here about human behavior.The bullying from the reindeer is reminiscent of what is happening in our modern day society, and the lack of action to cease it by Santa or the Elves the only ones who could make a difference for poor Rudolph demonstrates the way many people turn a blind eye to bullying until it affects them or until they find a way to make the bullied individual be of use to them.Rudolph is the typical victim in this story He s been tormented by his fellow Reindeer and ignored by Santa, and yet he s so eager to please them While the story is packed with constructive issues, it is not without a lesson to be learned If anything, be kind to others should be taken from this story be the reader young or old

  7. Jenny williams Jenny williams says:

    I m pretty sure we all know the story of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer If you don t for some reason, Barbara recreates this classic tale of a reindeer that was basically the runt of the litter and couldn t lead Santa s sleigh or even be a part of it because of that In result this makes Rudolph upset and rather sad which always makes me tear up The way Hazen illustrated Rudolph s comeback is what makes this book better than most Rudolph books The illumination on his nose as he meets the pret I m pretty sure we all know the story of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer If you don t for some reason, Barbara recreates this classic tale of a reindeer that was basically the runt of the litter and couldn t lead Santa s sleigh or even be a part of it because of that In result this makes Rudolph upset and rather sad which always makes me tear up The way Hazen illustrated Rudolph s comeback is what makes this book better than most Rudolph books The illumination on his nose as he meets the pretty little girl reindeer is the biggest thing on the entire page With a nose that big of course Santa would be in need on a foggy Christmas night and Rudolph saved Christmas Became a hero of the North Pole Always a good children story

  8. Karen Karen says:

    In the Rankin Bass movie version of Rudolph, I love Rudolph, but can t stand Santa When I was a kid, I used to feel guilty about not liking Santa, I mean, he was Santa But now that I m an adult, I can see how rude and mean Santa was in the movie right up until the end when he needed something from Rudolph The book has a kinder Santa, although possibly even meaner reindeer, so I m not sure that is much of an improvement Rudolph himself, however, is still sweet and endearing, the story is a In the Rankin Bass movie version of Rudolph, I love Rudolph, but can t stand Santa When I was a kid, I used to feel guilty about not liking Santa, I mean, he was Santa But now that I m an adult, I can see how rude and mean Santa was in the movie right up until the end when he needed something from Rudolph The book has a kinder Santa, although possibly even meaner reindeer, so I m not sure that is much of an improvement Rudolph himself, however, is still sweet and endearing, the story is a good interpretation of the classic Christmas song The illustrations were done by Richard Scarry pre 1970s Richard Scarry, which is maybe not as stylized or recognizable as post 1970s Scarry, but is softer, sweeter andendearing than post 1970s Scarry

  9. Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* says:

    A cute clever children s book that became a classic for good reason For a short time span the rhymes and story can speak to children and adults easily from bullying and isolation to acceptance A great way to capture the Christmas spirit with children.

  10. Rebecca (everyday reader) Rebecca (everyday reader) says:

    Great story Wonderful lesson Misfits find their places

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