The Children’s Book Review | November 11, 2014
Enter to win a copy of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Pop-Up Book, story by Lisa Ann Marsoli and illustrations by Keith Andrew Finch!
Five winners receive:
- A copy of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Pop-Up Book
Age Range: 0+
Hardcover: 12 pages
Prize Value: $19.95
Giveaway begins November 11, 2014, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends December 10, 2014, at 11:59 P.M. PST.
About Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Pop-Up Book
Start a new holiday family reading tradition with a delightful pop-up retelling of the beloved Christmas special. Just in time for its 50th anniversary, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is now a stunning pop-up book that will be treasured for generations to come. All of the classic characters join Rudolph for his North Pole adventure: Hermey the elf/aspiring dentist, Yukon Cornelius, and the doe-eyed Clarice. The impressive large-scale pop-ups re-create classic scenes using actual movie stills. Fly along with Rudolph, join in the reindeer games, flee from the Abominable Snow Monster, visit the Island of Misfit Toys, and save Christmas one foggy night. Most importantly, be touched by the timeless story of acceptance and the true meaning of the holiday spirit.
Ages 0+ | Publisher: Silver Dolphin Books | Sept. 23, 2014 | ISBN-13: 978-1-62686-197-8
About the Publisher
Silver Dolphin Books publishes activity, novelty, and educational nonfiction books for preschoolers to 12-year-olds. Highly interactive formats such as the Field Guides and Uncover series both educate and entertain older children. The lovable characters of the Maurice Pledger series and the boldly illustrated Snappy Sounds series appeal to both young children and parents alike.
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I always read different books each year during the season from our library.
We all love Pop-up books and this one is really neat!
We love to read holiday books especially cuddled up in bed on a cold night
These books are so special. We always read Christmas stories during the month of December. We leave them in a basket next to the sofa. Thanks for the giveaway.
Watched Every Year Growing Up!
Rudolf-love him! Even my 7 year old niece would read this!
Love to read Christmas stories to my 4 year old niece.
I simply love Pop-Ups. I have a small collection.
My toddler would absolutely LOVE this book!
We always read several versions of The Niight Before Christmas on Christmas Eve. Our elf, Chippey, has always brought my son a rudolph toy/plush and some rudolph slippers along with some Christmas pjs to wear Christmas morning. We love the movie!
As my own children are into their teen years, we still keep the classic holiday books out in the living room for everyone to read during the holiday season. But my young niece would LOVE this pop-up book!
I grew up with this story and would love to share it!
We read “The Polar Express” and “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas” every year…the kids love it. They are also big Rudolph fans, though, and so am I, so this would be a wonderful story to add to our collection! Thank you for the giveaway!!
I have a stack of Christmas books that I pull out every December. We read a different one each night and some get multiple reads.
I have this book and love it! I would like to win a copy to give to my friend’s kids for Christmas.
Classic Xmas Must Have!
My son is grown but I have a precious great-nephew. At 18 months he already has a love of books. I babysit him 3 to 4 times a week and he loves for me to read to him. His eyes fill with wonder at each book and I think he would love a pop-up book! He’s never seen one so it would be special. Thanks for the chance to share this with my special little guy!!
We love to read The Polar Express and then enjoy the movie together!
Rudolph is my all time Christmas character and I love his stories as well as tv shows made about him. I think he stands out today especially with all of the bullying going on in schools, he stands to be a reminder for the people, just because one is different does not mean that they are bad. I feel he is such a hero!
Classic Xmas Entertainment For All To Enjoy!
MY granddaughter loves to read and she would surely love this book
I’d walk to the library every Saturday and get books to read so at Christmas I’d naturally check out Christmas books and therefore I read them all at one time or another and then another again. My children were also readers and just loved Pop up books and books of all kinds. we belonged to a book club for them, since their was 4 Girls and they all loved to read but we still took them to the library for the experience and responsibility of the experience. I’d love to Win this Pop Up book because I think Rodolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a wonderful book and teaches the children that sometimes being different pays off! I’d love for my 2 Grand Daughters and Grandson to be able to add this to their library in the making! Thanks for the chance and a wonderful one it is!
A reading tradition is that every year someone is chosen to read, “Twas the Night Before Christmas”!
Thanks for the chance Silver Dolphin Books and The Children’s Book Review and Happy Holidays to You, yours, and All! Ho, Ho, Ho!!!
Looks like a book my sons would like!
We read daily, but I have always loved Rudolph! It’s my favorite Christmas cartoon and I have collected all of the rudolph/misfit plush toys & other collectibles. I would love to be able to share this book with my Granddaughter Abigail.
My kids enjoy reading books but we don’t have many Christmas books plus pop up book are awesome.
Classic Xmas Viewing For All!
Not Christmas without this!
My little guy has been really into Christmas this year. We have been watching Christmas movies non stop. I know he would love this book cause it would put his favorite characters in the palm of his hands.