Tiny Reindeer

Publisher: Andersen Press

Tiny Reindeer is so small that he can sit in the palm of Santa’s hand. He longs to help with the Christmas preparations, but often runs into problems, getting tangled in reins and harnesses, toppling into water bowls or becoming entwined in sticky tape while wrapping presents.

When Santa suggests he sorts through the final bag of Christmas mail, Tiny Reindeer stumbles across a letter from a young girl who has a very specific request. With courage, determination and some help from the man in red, Little Reindeer embarks on a quest to make the girl’s dreams come true and find his place in the world.

Full of Christmas magic, this heart-warming tale will resonate with any young reader who has ever been told they are too small to do something. The delightful illustrations are bursting with festive cheer and beautifully enhance the thoughtful text. An enjoyable story which celebrates the hope, wonder and joy of this enchanting time of year.

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