With just days before Christmas this reindeer must find a way to make things right. In doing so, the Bad Reindeer makes a mess of things and starts a Christmas tradition that will be passed down from generation to generation. In hilarious, laugh out loud moments, complete with music and sound effects, listeners will learn about the reindeer Santa doesn't mention as they meet Fawb, a reindeer who will become a cherished friend.
Some Reindeer Never Learn -- At Least Not Till Christmas Morning!
That's the spirit of "The Bad Reindeer," written and narrated by Daniel Parr.
The joy of the verse, the fun, and the energy of the narrator make this an easy listening experience for both parent and child. Written in the tradition of "The Night Before Christmas," this book features plenty of antic behavior (even a fart joke) that will entertain boy and girl alike. But it also teaches that being bad has consequences -- and not just those involving a punitive lack of good presents on Christmas morning.
Daniel (and his enhanced soundtrack of music, sound effects, and "extras") is energetic and inclusive. Children will never feel alone while listening.
One note that often accompanies an audio book for kids: the story is GREATLY enhanced by the illustrations of Mark Sean Wilson. "The Bad Reindeer" is best enjoyed with both audio and paper book in hand.
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