Reading Reindeer Books is a great way to spark children’s imagination and curiosity! When the snow starts to fall, my kids can’t help but think about what the reindeers might be doing — getting ready for Christmas.
With their unique features, such as their large antlers and ability to adapt to cold weather, it’s no surprise that many children are fascinated by these majestic animals.
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Printable Christmas Fun!
Keep the fun going! Unwrap a delightful assortment of printable treasures that will add warmth, joy and learning to your Christmas celebrations.
Nicola Killen’s evocative illustrations are sure to enchant in this beautiful book with die cut pages, foil, and flashes of festive red.
An enchanting Christmas story about a magical yet unlikely friendship between a little girl and a lost reindeer sure to be a Christmas classic lovingly told and illustrated with red foil highlights and interactive die cuts.
Explore the polar region, one of the most extreme environments on Earth, by following a reindeer through its day as it eats, sleeps, and cares for its young.
Reindeer, by Katie Marsico, introduces readers to the behaviors, traits, and habitat of this fascinating animal with supportive text features including a labeled body map of the reindeer and further resources.
With its accessible text and fast facts, this book is sure to captivate young animal lovers!
For two decades, readers have loved this classic Christmas story, which was one of the first children’s books to hit the New York Times bestseller list.
Now, this beautiful 20th anniversary edition, with a foil cover and a heartfelt note from Jan herself, makes a perfect introduction for new fans to this cherished yuletide story.
Featuring the wintry northern setting and the border illustrations that have become a hallmark of Jan’s work, readers will love watching Teeka’s humorous attempts to control the rambunctious reindeer in time for their Christmas run.
Anna and Elsa are preparing for their kingdom’s very first royal ball! Children ages 2 to 5 will love reading how the royal sisters head outside to find flowers for their party and end up rescuing a baby reindeer — with help from Olaf!