Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Shines Again

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Shines Again

Devastated when his nose loses its shine, Rudolph spends all his time crying and feeling sorry for himself until he becomes involved in the search for two baby rabbits....

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Title:Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Shines Again
Author:Darrell Baker
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Genres:Holiday
ISBN:Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Shines Again
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:24 pages pages

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Shines Again Reviews

  • Amanda
    Dec 31, 2015

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Michelle (In Libris Veritas)
    Nov 16, 2011

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

  • Justine
    Dec 13, 2014

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Mellanie C
    Feb 19, 2018

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Eva Leger
    Dec 09, 2010

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

  • Sally
    Sep 23, 2012

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

  • Katherine
    Dec 23, 2009

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Niccole Paytosh
    Aug 20, 2011

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Adrienne
    Jan 02, 2015

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Benjamin Plume
    Jul 30, 2011

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

  • Horace Mann Family Reading Challenge
    Dec 09, 2012

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

  • Stephanie
    Jun 15, 2015

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Christopher
    Dec 12, 2013

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Jennifer
    Jan 04, 2017

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Rebecca Snodgrass
    Sep 08, 2012

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

  • Donna Hunt
    Sep 19, 2012

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

  • Odd Einar
    Oct 21, 2012

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Jennifer Priester
    Jan 04, 2013

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Allison Ourada
    May 13, 2015

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Maggie Mattmiller
    Dec 20, 2014

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Maya
    Mar 06, 2015

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Miri
    Dec 02, 2017

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Sarah Baker
    Dec 20, 2017

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Kate
    Dec 02, 2016

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

  • Shannon Ann Bliesner
    Dec 05, 2016

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Virginia Burnham
    May 08, 2017

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Julie Morales
    Dec 31, 2017

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

  • Jessica McAllister
    Dec 14, 2017

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Lidija
    Dec 07, 2016

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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  • Bethany Dennis
    Dec 29, 2017

    This was one of those lesser known "sequels" to a well known tale. As a kid I particularly enjoyed everything Rudoplh and the fact that he could be a hero without his nose was even better. ...

    This story was adapted from the original story of the same name written as a poem. In this story, the reindeer have forgotten how proud of Rudolph they'd been when he'd first guided Santa's sleigh on that foggy Christmas Eve. They've taken to tormenting him again, and Rudolph has fina...

    I wasn't sure what to expect with this because the original Rudolph story is hard to live up to. This is a decent little addition to other stories of Rudolph. The story begins with Rudolph being upset because after being the hero and saving Christmas the year before, the other reinde...

    A year on and now the other reindeer are jealous that Rudolph - and his nose - are getting all the attention. Then Rudolph's nose actually stops glowing! Feeling very sorry for himself, he decides to run away... while on his wander, he finds some lost rabbit babies, so he takes them ho...

    What kid doesn't love a good Christmas story about Rudolph?! This one was super cute because the rabbits were in need and of course, Rudolph was there. He overcame feeling bad for himself and helped everyone out. We could teach our kids to stop feeling sorry for themselves because it d...

    This was one of those contrived sequels to a child's classic. Bonus points for being a little golden book. ...

    I never knew there was a sequel to this classic story until today when I read it with my family. It was a cute story. Hard to live up to the classic but was a neat follow up for those wanting more. ...

    The other reindeer made fun of Rudolph's shiny nose so Rudolph's nose stopped glow-in. When Rudolph saved 2 bunnies lost in the woods it started glowing again. R.R. ...

    Love it. a favorite as a child, now telling the story to my daughter. ...

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