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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer By Robert Lewis May Arthur Rankin Jr. Denver Gillen Jules Bass Romeo Muller, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, also popularly known as Santa s ninth reindeer , is a th century reindeer created by Robert Lewis May Rudolph is usually depicted as the lead reindeer, using his luminous red nose to guide Santa s sleigh on Christmas Eve, though he is a young buck who has only adolescent antlers and a glowing red nose. Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Lyrics YouTube Dec , Hey guys, Thanks for the subscribes and likes Patreon patreon scenario Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer TV Movie Sam the snowman tells us the story of a young red nosed reindeer who, after being ousted from the reindeer games because of his beaming honker, teams up with Hermey, an elf who wants to be a dentist, and Yukon Cornelius, the prospector They run into the Christmas Carols Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Lyrics Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Had a very shiny nose And if you ever saw it You would even say it glows All of the other reindeer Used to laugh and call him names They never let poor Rudolph Join in any reindeer games Then one foggy Christmas Eve, Santa came to say, Rudolph with your nose so bright, Won t you guide my sleigh tonight Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer with Lyrics YouTube Dec , Children s Christmas Song Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer with Lyrics created for the classroom. Gene Autry Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Lyrics Rudolph the red nosed reindeer Had a very shiny nose And if you ever saw it You would even say it glows All of the other reindeer Used to laugh and call him names They never let poor Rudolph Join in any reindeer games Then one foggy Christmas Eve Santa came to say Rudolph with your nose so bright Won t you guide my sleigh tonight Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer With Lyrics Christmas Sep , Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer With Lyrics The best Christmas song You will love to watch, listen or sing along with the Christmas lyrics Great for concerts, performances and choirs Merry Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Christmas Songs for Kids Nov , Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Song Lyrics Rudolph, the red nosed reindeer had a very shiny nose And if you ever saw him, you would even say it Christmas Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Lyrics Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Had a very shiny nose, And if you ever saw it, You would even say it glows. CBS holiday special lineup is here When Rudolph The Red Oct , Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer p.m Narrated by Burl Ives, who is also heard as the voice of Sam the Snowman, this favorite is a music story

  • Title: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
  • Author: Robert Lewis May Arthur Rankin Jr. Denver Gillen Jules Bass Romeo Muller
  • ISBN: 9781557091390
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In 1939 Robert L May, a copywriter working at Chicago s Montgomery Ward Co wrote a holiday story at the request of his employer Almost two and a half million copies of the little tale about a reindeer with a shiny red nose were given away to all the children who visited Montgomery Ward stores that year The rest is history Over seventy years later, the beloved cIn 1939 Robert L May, a copywriter working at Chicago s Montgomery Ward Co wrote a holiday story at the request of his employer Almost two and a half million copies of the little tale about a reindeer with a shiny red nose were given away to all the children who visited Montgomery Ward stores that year The rest is history Over seventy years later, the beloved classic is once again available in a hardcover faithful facsimile of the 1939 Rudolph, with original text and original Denver Gillen illustrations.
    Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer In Robert L May a copywriter working at Chicago s Montgomery Ward Co wrote a holiday story at the request of his employer Almost two and a half million copies of the little tale about a reindeer

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    1. This picture book is an oversized 75th anniversary production featuring the poem by Robert L May that was a largely failed attempt to piggy back on the justly deserved fame of The Night Before Christmas by Clement Clark Moore It features sumptuous illustrations by Antonio Javier Caparo that take us back 75 years in a good way.Did you know that Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer was an invention of the Montgomery Ward department store Ah, American capitalism and its inventions for children But seriou [...]

    2. This is the original story of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, written by Robert L May in 1939 for Montgomery Ward Out of all the versions of it currently available in print, this is most definitely my favorite one all thanks to Antonio Javier Caparo absolutely stunning watercolor illustrations.Who doesn t know The Red Nosed Rudolph Santa Claus brave little helper, spirited and dedicated His story is a moving one, it pulls on your heart strings and reminds you to always believe in yourself and to [...]

    3. This was far better than May s sequel, IMO, and I actually quite enjoyed it and the little rhyme scheme was fun rather than annoying It s neat to see the similarities and differences between this original telling and the subsequent song and classic stop animation film I was a little disappointed as I checked out the Applewood Books version they are known for their reprints of classic books because it did not have the original illustrations but rather ones to enhance the enjoyment of a new genera [...]

    4. This is the original story of Rudolph and my favorite of the stories, the movie does not follow this book But this one is the classic story

    5. Robert May is the original author who invented Rudolph This is the real Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer My father grew up down the street from the Mays, and heard this story as a child, so when the book was published, it became a treasure to our family I highly recommend getting an original edition.

    6. While this story is quite different from the movie, the underlying story is still the same, and is written in lovely Suessian rhymes it s the perfect companion to the Grinch I d highly recommend it, especially if you love vintage reindeer illustrations.

    7. This is a reproduction of the original 1939 edition that gave birth to the Rudolph myth Prior to reading this book, I had no idea that Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer had been imagined for the Montgomery Ward department store I had been expecting an illustrated version of the classic Christmas song with old fashioned drawings, so I was surprised While the text s content is basically the same as the song, there are some differences Personally, I prefer the song, but I really enjoyed the illustrati [...]

    8. Some children s ebooks are worth checking out from the library around Christmas The story of Rudolph the reindeer has humble beginnings, but has gone down in history much like the song states The original story is a bit different from the well known tv special, but the basic premise is there The rhymes are great and some lines stick with you the number one job, on the number one night.

    9. It s fun to read these Christmas classics, particularly if you just know it from the song or the tv show Obviously there are some differences, running away with the misfit elf, encountering the snow monster and the misfit toys on the island are not in the book at all It is nice to see the original illustrations.

    10. I read this for my son s daily reading time This was such a cute read It put a different spin on the story of Rudolph the reindeer Rudolph has always been one of my favorite Christmas characters.

    11. This is the first time I ve read the original, that I remember, and it s wonderful I may need to add it to our family s collection.

    12. I didn t realize this was the original text when I was reading it to my daughter today It didn t flow off the tongue as easily as most of her books, but she enjoyed it.

    13. Written in 1939, you can t get much classic than the tale of Rudolph And it s the real tale of Rudolph Perhaps you already knew this, but I was surprised to discover that the traditional claymation movie doesn t follow the story I ve been fed an alternate reality since my youth Ah wink So I m glad I read this and I know you ll enjoy it and knowing the truth too.This version is the best as it s a replication of the original booklet that came out in 1939 There are pictures on every page that poss [...]

    14. I love this replica of the original Rudolph It is so vintage and fun I like Robert Lewis May s story of writing the story for his little girl as much as the story itself Here it is for you to readOn a December night in Chicago several years ago, a little girl climbed onto her father s lap and asked a question It was a simple question, asked in children s curiosity, yet it had a heart rending effect on Robert May Daddy, four year old Barbara asked, Why isn t my Mommy just like everybody else s mo [...]

    15. I enjoyed this one than I thought I would This is the original story by Robert L May with the original illustrations by Denver Gillen It is so different from the song and the stop motion animated special And I think it was the fact that it was different that made me appreciate it .The story is told in rhyme It s essentially one long perhaps poorly punctuated poem Here s how it begins Twas the day before Christmas, and all through the hillsThe reindeer were playing enjoying the spillsOf skating [...]

    16. You all know the tale, so I won t bore youwith a plot that s already laid out for you.Let me just say this story s the best For reading at Christmas, it beats all the rest.The song is familiar and I think it s nifty,Recorded just one year before 1950.But it wasn t Gene Autry who first sang the song,It was some guy named Brannon who first put it on.And the TV show is one of my faves,I watch it each year come what may.It first hit the small screen before I was born,Rankin Bass did it in 64.But thi [...]

    17. Originally published on my blog Nine Pages.I did not when I read this realize that this is the original Rudolph story I enjoyed this version maybe even better than the Rankin Bass story that most of us I d guess know best First Caparo s illustrations are beautiful with deep hues, realistically rendered is that Percy Jackson asleep in that bed In this version, Santa doesn t know about Rudolph till Santa is trying to deliver presents to the reindeer and stumbles across a sleeping Rudolph, whose no [...]

    18. This is another children s Christmas book that I ve had in my collection for some time but haven t read in many years As I read, the first thing I realized is that this book was later animated I don t mean the Rankin Bass stop motion film which is an adaptation of the Gene Autry song than of this original tale , I mean the 1944 Max Fleischer cartoon that I watched many times as a kid on Disney s Very Merry Christmas Songs That animated version is so close to the source material I rewatched it o [...]

    19. npr 2013 12 25 2565795This was a great listen It includes the original poem written in 1939 by Robert May and published in a booklet by Montgomery Wards I remember as a child going to the Montgomery Wards in Chicago, Illinois and besides Santa you could see Rudolph and get a gift for a boy or a girl It was a highlight of my Christmas childhood memories.The original poem is followed by a newer poem called Rudolph s Shiny New Year This poem shows Rudolph losing his powers from whining and crying t [...]

    20. This apparently is the original story of Rudolph it was such a sweet treat to read since all I d read all my life is the shorter song type book This is written mostly in rhyme which made it nice to read to my almost 3 year old granddaughter For everyone that loves the story of Rudolph pick this version of it up you will fall in love with it The song writer did take out parts from the story and changed up other are of course classics unfortunally this classic book is kind of hidden on back shelve [...]

    21. Each late night when Xena and I walk around our neighborhood, as the fog casts a hazy veil everywhere, a certain song has persisted in my mind I keep thinking of a story about a Christmas Eve long, long ago when Santa needed help to find his way around the world on his epic sleigh ride This year, 2014, marks the 75th anniversary of Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Little Simon, an imprint of Simon Schuster Children s Publishing Division, September 30, 2014 written in 1939 by Robert L May This edit [...]

    22. This is most interesting as an stylistic piece of 1930s advertising, and also as a historical piece Robert May and the good folks at Montgomery Wards must have had no idea back in 1939 that a color book would launch a reindeer revolution Rudolph feels like he s been a part of Christmas since the baby Jesus was born his nose was the star that led the Wise Men from the east, right but this book only dates from 1939, and the song from 10 years later The illustrations feel like 1930s advertising you [...]

    23. This book tells the original story of Rudolph, not just the version portrayed in the familiar song Santa is having a terrible time navigating on Christmas Eve because of the weather when he stops to deliver presents at the home of the deer and discovers Rudolph s shiny bright red nose and asks him to guide his sleigh for the rest of the journey This makes the little misfit a hero and the deer who had been cruelly teasing him now applaud Rudolph I think this book could be used in the classroom to [...]

    24. This edition, released on the 75th anniversary of when the story was first given out by a department store, is beautifully illustrated.Many folks are only familiar with the song, based on this story, but the original picture book story was a sweet little tale about a young reindeer drafted by Santa in an emergency.After the author regained the copyright from the department store, the image of Rudolph began to appear as a symbol of Christmas, and soon after, the famous Gene Autry song appeared Ca [...]

    25. These lines in the poem By midnight however, the last light had fled For even big people have then going to bed Because it might wake them a match was denied him Oh my, how he wished for just one start to guide him.de me wonder Why was he able to use Rudolph and his shiny red nose whose light would be considerably brighter than a match In fact, not only does Santa use Rudolph s nose outside, he also has Rudolph shine his nose light into the bedrooms of children for the rest of the night Silly Lo [...]

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