How to Catch a Reindeer (Hardcover)

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How to Catch a Reindeer (Hardcover)

By Alice Walstead, Andy Elkerton (Illustrator)


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Jingle all the way in this new Christmas story for kids from the New York Times and USA Today bestselling How to Catch series!

It's Christmas Eve and Santa's team is off to deliver presents when one of the trusted reindeer Comet decides to explore on her own… the perfect opportunity for our How to Catch Kids to trap her and prove Santa exists! Come along on this fun Christmas adventure to see if you can catch Comet!

Poised to become a new holiday tradition, this merry picture book is filled with silly rhymes and illustrations sure to delight young readers and educators alike with STEAM concepts and classic hilarity and chaos. The perfect Christmas gift or holiday stocking stuffer for children ages 4-10!

Reindeer fly on Christmas Eve and bring us all good cheer.

To catch one takes a special trap—will YOU meet one this year?

Also in the How to Catch Series:

  • How to Catch an Elf
  • How to Catch a Snowman
  • How to Catch a Yeti
  • How to Catch a Gingerbread Man
  • How to Catch a Unicorn
  • and more!

Alice Walstead is a children’s book author who loves to make kids smile with her stories.

Andy Elkerton is a children’s book illustrator who loves to create creatures that are impossible to catch! He is known for his work on the New York Times bestselling How to Catch series and is based in the United Kingdom.

Product Details ISBN: 9781728276137
ISBN-10: 1728276136
Publisher: Sourcebooks Wonderland
Publication Date: October 4th, 2022
Pages: 40
Language: English
Series: How to Catch
"From mazes to nets to even a few snares, young readers will giggle and laugh at all the uniquely crafted traps the children have set. With rhyming prose on each page, How to Catch a Reindeer is easily read, taking a new creative look on Christmas Eve, and maybe will even spark setting the perfect reindeer trap of your own." — Dixon Independent Voice