Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Kindle ✓ Rudolph the

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Kindle ✓ Rudolph the

  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
  • Robert Lewis May
  • 13 October 2015
  • 9781442474956

10 thoughts on “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

  1. jv poore jv poore says:

    Re read this feeling very proud of myself for keeping this edition in such pristine condition when I noticed that it was not my book growing up but my mom's This 1939 edition just became a little dear to me

  2. David Schaafsma David Schaafsma says:

    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 seriously this book is very good and May’s poem follows the same basic story of the song you probably know betterThis is the version of the song I grew up with 1964 movie featuring Burl Ives that I watched on tv that year and many times since Yes it is true that Burl Ives once an itinerant traveling musician asked my flapper artist elementary school teacher aunt may she rest in peace though maybe with a dose of wildness I knew and loved her for in addition to that peace to marry him in a western Michigan nudist camp She turned him down didn't think he would come to anything as great as he claimed he would My mom RIP told me this cherished story which I pass on as a holiday gift to you

  3. Karina Karina says:

    Are you ready for Christmas?? Everywhere I went before Thanksgiving said I needed to be ready so here I am Reading a classic and enjoying it The reindeer were just horrible little turds to Rudolph but he SHOWED them up Oh what? Your nose doesn't light up? Cool Go fudge yourself Donner My kids are doing an eye roll here she goes with the mom jokes Lol Lesson everyone has a talent that'll be called upon them sometime Don't go wasting it on feeling sorry for yourself

  4. Loretta Loretta says:

    I absolutely adore all things Rudolph My love of Rudolph started when a little Every Christmas without fail I had to watch the animated cartoon version on TV with Burl Ives narrating If I missed it I would be sad because watching it always made me feel in the Christmas moodThis version of the book is completely different than the animated version on TV There are several different spins within this story which are uite enjoyable The artwork is very 50's which for me is an added bonusThere's a small intro telling the reader how Rudolph came to be which I had no idea of Seems Rudolph was the brain child of Robert L May in 1939 who was an advertising copywriter for a big anchor store of it's day Montgomery Ward think Macy's May was thinking of a new way to reach kids and he came up with what about a reindeer with a shiny red nose who helps Santa deliver presents on Christmas Eve? And that's how Rudolph came to beOn further research I read that Montgomery Ward handed out free copies of the book to children who came to the store Apparently Montgomery Ward made a killing with this advertisingHard cover copies are very rare I found my hard copy on the free cart at the library Needless to say I was uite stoked If you can find this book I highly recommend it to all Merry Christmas to all 🎄🎅🏻🦌

  5. Kelli Kelli says:

    Honestly this was just the sweetness I needed this season This is an authentic reproduction of the original 1939 edition written in brilliant rhyming prose complete with nostalgic illustrations penned in a simpler time I grew up waiting every year for the Rankin Bass special on tv but I had never thought to consider where or when Rudolph entered Christmas folklore Rudolph has just always been Mr May unwittingly left an indelible mark on Christmas What a gift to children everywhere This is brilliant A holiday classic not to be missed

  6. Diane in Australia Diane in Australia says:

    This is the ORIGINAL softcover that was distributed by Montgomery Ward in 1939 I am privileged and thrilled to own TWO copies of it5 Stars I love it for sentimental reasons

  7. Melki Melki says:

    Where most reindeers' noses are brownish and tinyPoor Rudolph's was red very large and uite shinyRobert L May was working as a copywriter for Montgomery Ward Co when he was asked to come up with an idea for a children's book And in 1939 Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer was born Ten years later May's brother in law turned the story into a song and about fifteen years after that the beloved stop motion television special first aired But that's another storyThis one written entirely in rhyme is familiar but different enough to hold a child's attention even if they have the song memorized I really like the artwork by Denver Gillen It's simple yet charming and effectiveIt's worth checking out though be warned you'll have a hard time getting rid of the earworm especially this time of year

  8. Abigail Abigail says:

    A little reindeer with a bright and shining nose finds himself the object of ridicule in this Christmas poem from 1939 made famous by the subseuent song and films based upon it Made fun of by his peers the eponymous Rudolph tries to be a good little deer all the same and one foggy Christmas Eve night when Santa is having trouble delivering his gifts Rudolph's incandescent nose comes in very handy changing its owner's fate foreverAlthough I grew up singing the 1949 song based upon this poem apparently it was composed by Robert Lewis May's brother in law Johnny Marks a Jewish man famous for writing many popular Christmas songs I never encountered the original story as a girl This facsimile reprint done by Applewood Books in 1991 with the original rhyming text from May and the original artwork of Denver Gillen is my first experience with that original Reading it I was conscious of the many references made to that earlier Christmas poem from 1823 The Night Before Christmas and I enjoyed seeing the story as I knew it from the song fleshed out a little Apparently the entire thing started as a Christmas booklet distributed by the Montgomery Ward Department Store The artwork is cute with that vintage style that utilizes a few color washes and features cute stylized figures All in all a fun little Christmas picture book even if it is not destined any than the song to become a personal holiday favorite of mine Recommended to anyone looking for the original story of Rudolph

  9. Evie Evie says:

    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 illustrationsWho 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 never stop trying Rudolph story is a true classic filled with magic and Christmas spirit It fills your heart with joy and warmth it excites and entertains and it teaches us that dreams really do come true This gorgeous 75th Anniversary Edition feels and looks like a pricey collectors item in that it's really magnificently designed embellished with golden accents on the cover and dust jacket and printed on a high uality glossy paper It's completely fantastic and it makes for a perfect Christmas gift Caparo's illustrations are beyond enchanting and mesmerizing They are so rich in details so full of life so heartfelt and captivating you find yourself staring at them completely awestruck and spell bound They are simply beautiful and I can't tell you how much I love them Combined with May's timeless heartwarming story they create something truly special and worth cherishing Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer is a story I will be reading to and with my daughter every year around Christmas time We will make big steaming mugs of hot chocolate we'll grab a plate of home baked cookies and a warm blanket and we'll cozy up against each other and get swept away into the world of magic Santa Claus sparkling snow shining stars and presents And Rudolph will be our guide

  10. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    This was far better than May's seuel IMO and I actually uite 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 subseuent 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 generation of children but oh well The illustrations were cute enough mind you but I was hoping for a facsimile of the original

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer❰Download❯ ➸ Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Author Robert Lewis May – The original story of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer—written in verse by his creator Robert L May—now with charming new illustrationsEvery year at Christmastime everyone—young and old alike—ha The original story of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer—written in verse by his Rudolph the eBook Æ creator Robert L May—now with charming new illustrationsEvery year at Christmastime everyone—young and old alike—has one catchy joy inspiring song stuck in their heads “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” Now fans of the most famous reindeer of all time can fall in love with the original story written by Robert L May in Rudolph a youthful reindeer buck who possesses an unusual luminous red nose is harassed mercilessly and excluded by his peers because of this trait One particularly stormy Christmas Eve Rudolph manages to prove himself after Santa Claus catches sight of his nose and asks him to lead his sleigh for the evening Rudolph agrees saving Christmas and is finally treated the way he deserves by his fellow reindeer.

About the Author: Robert Lewis May

Robert Lewis May was the creator of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer He Rudolph the eBook Æ wrote the book for his employer Montgomery Ward in .