Rudy Learns to Fly by Rebecca Finn
  

Synopsis

Rudy Learns to Fly by Rebecca Finn

Poor Rudy the Reindeer is terrified of everything and never joins in the fun with his reindeer friends. He's even scared of snowmen! But when Santa sprinkles him with magic 'moon dust' to help him fly (it's not really magic of course - it's actually reindeer oats!) he realises he can be brave after all. This is a sparkly, foily, festive treat with a fabulous reindeer press-out tree decoration on the last page. No stocking should be without this book!

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I would definitely recommend this book for any young child. It is filled with Christmas magic! -- Momma Den.blogspot.com

About the Author

Rebecca Finn started illustrating as a child by drawing her own pictures for the books she read. She then studied Illustration at Kingston University, and now illustrates full time, working from a loft overlooking the north Kent coast. Rebecca loves to draw and paint anything and everything, from fairies and pirates to rabbits and building sites! She lives with her husband, Ed Eaves, who is also an illustrator, and a terrier called Ralphie.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
12 pages
Interest Age: 3

Author

Rebecca Finn
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Publisher

Campbell Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

4th November 2011

ISBN

9780230753860


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