Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer Book Giveaway #review







What would Christmas be without Rudolph, Santa and all their friends? In our family these classic movies are some of the wonderful ways we celebrate. My kids will pull these movies out to watch all season long. I have two wonderful books to share with you featuring all your favorite characters!







From bouncing Bumbles to Yukon gold, you'll love these adorable figures from the classic television special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer! This cheerful Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Crochet ($24.99; ISBN: 978-1-62686-657-7) kit contains all the materials you'll need to create Rudolph and Santa. Colorful photos and step-by-step directions in the 76-page instruction book will also guide you through crafting the Bumble, Charlie-in-the-Box, Dolly, Spotted Elephant, Hermey, Moonracer, Mrs. Claus, Clarice, Sam the Snowman, and Yukon Cornelius. Warm up your crochet hook for this group of charming holiday characters!


 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Pop-Up Book ($19.95; ISBN: 978-1-62686-197-8)
 is a special edition hard bound book that  features everyone’s favorite characters in six large-scale pop-ups created with actual images from the original television special. This anniversary edition is a fun and engaging way to introduce a new generation of children to the timeless tale of acceptance and Christmas spirit. Whether as a gift or as part of a new holiday tradition, this stunning memento will be treasured for years to come.


I am so excited to try my hand at the crochet projects. They are simply adorable and something that we will most likely bring out every Christmas as part of our holiday d├ęcor. The pop-up book has been a hit with my 6 year old who loves the story. Seeing the story come off the pages has added a whole new level to his enjoyment.

Additional information:


Buy Rudolph Pop Up


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One lucky reader will win a set of both featured books!





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4 comments:

  1. My favorite character from this children's classic is Yukon Kornelius. I like the way he sings.

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  2. Rudolph is my favorite! :)

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  3. Charley in the box from the island of misfit toys

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  4. That's easy, my favorite is Rudolph, of course!

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