I didn't think twice when asked to review the children's book, The Legend of Ranger: The Reindeer Who Couldn't Fly by Alan Salisbury and illustrated by Roberta Baird. Not only would I be able to enjoy yet another holiday story but I could do so with my kids! The book is a feel good story about a reindeer, Ranger, who must find the secret to become a flying reindeer. After much searching in physical locations and encountering obstacles along the way, Ranger finds the secret within himself. The story is creative, encouraging, and engaging story for young listeners. I love the many talking points included for parents and children to discuss throughout the story. This story may not be suitable for the youngest listeners in one sitting, the book is word heavy and picture light. I believe readers 5 years and up would most enjoy cuddling up and reading with an more experienced reader. And really, isn't that the best way to enjoy holiday stories?
To learn more about author Alan Salisbury (Retired Army General) and The Ranger Project, visit: http://opusonestudios.com/projects/legend-of-ranger/
All proceeds of the sale of Ranger products will be donated to the Antonia J Giallourakis Endowed Fund in Art Therapy for Children with Cancer at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
This #giveaway will run from Dec. 22- Dec. 25. Which means the items won't be received until after Christmas. Giveaway includes signed copy of The Legend of Ranger: The Reindeer Who Couldn't Fly, a plush Ranger toy, and Dream and Believe (Ranger's Song) musical CD. A simple email entry is all that is required. A winner will be randomly selected by Rafflecopter.
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