Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer Robert L. May 1986-06-01 Although the other reindeer laugh at him because of his bright red nose, Rudolph proves his worth when he is chosen to lead Santa Claus' sleigh on a foggy night.
Stories Behind the Greatest Hits of Christmas Ace Collins 2010-10-05 Much like The Stories Behind The Best-Loved Songs Of Christmas, The Stories Behind The Great Traditions of Christmas and More Stories Behind The Best Loved Songs of Christmas this new Collins Christmas book will fill a void in the book world. With a look at these secular classics, people who love the music of the season will finally have a source that gives the stories behind the creation of these wonderful songs, the way they found their way into the hands of those who made them famous and the reason they climb the charts. The Stories Behind the Greatest Hits of Christmas is really a guide or a map that connects Christmas past with Christmas present. It will be a time machine that connect the past to the present and makes the experience of hearing Christmas classics even more special. Completed with thoughts of those who penned these classics, along with the artists, such as Brenda Lee, who made them famous, this will be a book that is sure to generate fan interest.
Ladies' Home Journal 2006
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (My Reader, Level 2) Kristen L. Depken 2014-09-09 Rudolph is a different kind of reindeer: he has a red nose that glows! When all the other reindeer laugh at him, Rudolph runs away. But when a big storm comes on Christmas Eve, Rudolph is the only one who can save Christmas. Based on the classic animated movie, this easy-to-read version of the familiar story is perfect for the holidays.
Good Housekeeping 2005
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer My Reader (My Reader, Level 2) Kristen L. Depken 2014-09-09 When a snowstorm threatens to stop Santa Claus from delivering Christmas presents, Rudolph the reindeer and his shiny red nose save the day.
Free and Easy? Sean Griffin 2017-05-25 A History of the American Musical narrates the evolution of the film musical genre, discussing its influences and how it has come to be defined; the first text on this subject for over two decades, it employs the very latest concepts and research. The most up-to-date text on the subject, with uniquely comprehensive coverage and employing the very latest concepts and research Surveys centuries of music history from the music and dance of Native Americans to contemporary music performance in streaming media Examines the different ways the film musical genre has been defined, what gets counted as a musical, why, and who gets to make that decision The text is written in an accessible manner for general cinema and musical theatre buffs, whilst retaining theoretical rigour in research Describes the contributions made to the genre by marginalized or subordinated identity groups who have helped invent and shape the musical
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer A Christmas Keepsake Collection Robert L. May 2018-09-18 The original story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and its sequel, Rudolph Shines Again, are now available in a beautiful Christmas board book gift set! Every year at Christmastime, there is one catchy, joy-inspiring song that’s stuck in everyone’s heads: “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer!” Now fans of the most famous reindeer of all-time can enjoy the original story and it’s sequel! This beautiful keepsake collection includes two beloved Classic Board Books that capture all the wonder and enchantment of the Christmas season. A perfect holiday gift set for any young reader’s library!
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The Bears' Christmas Stan Berenstain 1971 Daddy Bear tries to show his son how to use the sled, skates, and skis Santa brought for Christmas.
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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Pop-Up Book Lisa Ann Marsoli 2014-09-01 The classic holiday special comes to life as a delightful pop-up for the whole family! Start a new holiday family reading tradition with a delightful pop-up retelling of the beloved Christmas special. Just in time for its 50th anniversary, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is now a stunning pop-up book that will be treasured for generations to come. All of the classic characters join Rudolph for his North Pole adventure: Hermey the elf/aspiring dentist, Yukon Cornelius, and the doe-eyed Clarice. The impressive large-scale pop-ups re-create classic scenes using actual movie stills. Fly along with Rudolph, join in the reindeer games, flee from the Abominable Snow Monster, visit the Island of Misfit Toys, and save Christmas one foggy night. Most importantly, be touched by the timeless story of acceptance and the true meaning of the holiday spirit.
Living among Free-Range Humans Sharon May 2004-12-22 Living among Free-Range Humans: A Collection of Humor on the Species is a collection of her readers? favorite columns over the six years since author Sharon May began writing her humor column for the Hurricane Valley Journal, a newspaper serving the fast-growing southern Utah community of the Hurricane Valley, doorway to the Grand Circle of National Parks of the Southwest. The book?s eight chapters focus on the ordinary craziness of life that we all experience, such as modern life?s droll ironies, the universally humorous scuffles in the female-male relationship, the not-always delightful whimsy of Mother Nature, the weirdness of pet behavior, a witty take on the holiday experience, the sometimes peculiar regionalisms encountered in moving to and taking up life in small-town southern Utah, a comic look inside the high school classroom, and the laughable personal foibles we can all relate to, not the least of which is encountering the disconcerting changes of middle age?all delivered in an entertaining mix of intelligent wit and gentle sarcasm. This is a book that is universal in its appeal to both genders and to all ages. You are bound to recognize something of your own experiences in its pages, something sure to elicit a knowing chuckle, brighten your outlook, and keep a grin on your face.
Christmas Judith Flanders 2017-10-24 A critically acclaimed New York Times bestselling author explores the Christmas holiday, from the original festival through present day traditions. Christmas has always been a magical time. Or has it? Thirty years after the first recorded Christmas, the Pope was already warning that too many people were spending the day, not in worship, but in partying and eating to excess. By 1616, the playwright Ben Jonson was nostalgically remembering Christmas in the old days, certain that it had been better then. Other elements of Christmas are much newer – who would have thought gift-wrap is a novelty of the twentieth century? That the first holiday parade was neither at Macy’s, nor even in the USA? Some things, however, never change. The first known gag holiday gift book, The Boghouse Miscellany, was advertised in the 1760s ‘for gay Gallants, and good companions’, while in 1805, the leaders of the Lewis and Clark expedition exchanged – what else? – presents of underwear and socks. Christmas is all things to all people: a religious festival, a family celebration, a period of eating and drinking. In Christmas: A Biography, bestselling author and acclaimed social historian Judith Flanders casts a sharp eye on myths, legends and history, deftly moving from the origins of the holiday in the Roman empire, through Christmas trees in central Europe, to what might be the first appearance of Santa Claus – in Switzerland – to draw a picture of the season as it has never been seen before.
Analog Science Fiction/science Fact John Wood Campbell 1966
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Robert L. May 2011-11-01 Fans of the greatest reindeer of all will have a double helping of Christmas fun with this collection, which includes the title story plus "Rudolph Shines Again." Near and dear to so many hearts, this is the story, the original story, of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, written by Robert L. May in 1939. Rudolph, loveable and generous, humble and good, embodies the spirit of Christmas, and reminds us of the magical possibilities that exist within us all. In the companion story, "Rudolph Shines Again," Rudolph loses his light and is certain he is of no use to Santa now; he decides to go far away, where no one knows how bright his nose used to be. But on his journey, something magical happens. As enchanting as the original story, Robert L. May's uplifting sequel to his classic tale Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a joyous celebration of the spirit of Christmas. Also included in the audio is a selection of holiday songs for kids to help you ring in the season: "Jingle Bells," "Up on the Housetop," "Deck the Halls," "Over the River and through the Woods," "We Wish You a Merry Christmas," and "O, Christmas Tree."
Rudolph Saves the Day Square Fish 2014-12-12 Welcome to Christmastown. When a storm hits just before Christmas, Santa is afraid he won't be able to deliver presents in time. Will Rudolph and his glowing nose save the day?
So Far Out That He's In Robert Winthrop Curley For thirty-three years Robert Curley worked as a reporter and photographer for newspapers in Rome, Oneida, and Syracuse, New York. In this colorful memoir he vividly recounts the many remarkable events and personal encounters of his long career and rich family life.Through a series of imaginary dialogues with his alter ego Win, Curley (aka Prof. Quirky) examines the politics, history, and popular culture of the last two decades. There are opinions galore here, plus prognostications and some Irish blarney as well.One might assume that a newspaperman in central New York State would be confined to issues of only regional interest. But in fact Mr. Curley had opportunities to meet and interview several world-class newsmakers, including Robert Kennedy; New York Governors W. Averell Harriman, Nelson Rockefeller, and Hugh Carey; New York City Mayor John Lindsey; Henry Kissinger; Mikhail Gorbachev; and author Alex Haley.Among the highlights of these meetings was a handshake and photo-op with Mikhail Gorbachev, Henry Kissinger predicting in an interview that the Soviet Union would collapse, and a gift from Alex Haley of an unpublished chapter from his soon-to-be released biography of Malcolm X.Many more similar episodes of interest fill this work, along with political commentary and much appreciation for his wife of many years and family of six children and numerous grandchildren.Robert Winthrop Curley Sr. (Oneida, NY) received a degree in journalism from Rider College in Trenton, NJ, in 1954, and then spent the next thirty-three years as a reporter and photographer in Rome, Oneida, and Syracuse, NY. A veteran of both the Coast Guard and the U.S. Army, in his youth he won the base middleweight boxing championship and served as the supply sergeant for an army field bakery that fed 100,000 men a day. Later in life he founded the 1988 Peace Club in an effort to bring an end to the Cold War, which eventually led to a meeting with Mikhail Gorbachev.
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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Slide and Find Roger Priddy 2014-09-09 A simple story based on the television classic is complemented by fourteen sliding doors that reveal characters and colors.
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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Ronald D. Lankford, Jr. 2016-10-04 Ronald D. Lankford has written the definitive history of this iconic and much-loved Christmas character. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was the creation of Robert May, a staff copywriter who wrote the original poem as a Montgomery Ward Christmas giveaway in 1939. More than 2.4 million copies were printed and given away that holiday season. Thus the legend began. Johnny Marks adapted the poem into what would become the Gene Autry hit "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," which instantly became - and still remains - one of the most popular Christmas songs of all time. The legend of Rudolph soared even higher with the Rankin/Bass stop-motion television special in 1964, which has gone on to inspire a cottage industry of toys and decorative items. In this festive and informed look at the most famous reindeer of all, Lankford discusses all of Rudolph's iterations, including comic books, sequels, advertising tie-ins, movies, and much more. Lankford has produced the first complete history of Rudolph that both celebrates and explains the undying popularity of Rudolph and his friends. The result is both a glowing tribute and a rigorously researched biography that will appeal to fans and lovers of classic American holiday culture.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Thea Feldman 2016-10-04 The Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer television special first aired on December 6, 1964. Over fifty years later, it is still a beloved Christmas classic—capturing the heart and wonder of generations of fans. Now available in a sturdy board book edition, this richly illustrated story is perfect for families to share by the holiday fire!
Olive, the Other Reindeer Vivian Walsh 1997-10 Thinking that "all of the other reindeer" she hears people singing about include her, Olive the dog reports to the North Pole to help Santa Claus on Christmas Eve.
Football Academy: Free Kick Tom Palmer 2009-09-03 The fifth book in the fast-paced Football Academy series. James has been a junior player at United for a long time. Everyone expects him to follow in his dad's footsteps and play for England one day. But James isn't so sure. He has something he wants to do even more than football. Something that means he would have to give up football. The problem is he doesn't want to disappoint his dad. At a tournament in London, where he is pitched against Arsenal and Chelsea players, James finally makes his mind up.
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The Curious Tales of Santa Claus Gregory Conte 2007-11-01 Did you know almost every culture on earth Has a tale about a Christmas gift-giver? He is Sometimes portrayed as a round, jovial Character, traveling from the far reaches of The Arctic, or, as a dark, brooding mystic who comes from the mountains or even from the sea. He is said to travel with angels & devils, and either rides a horse or in a sleigh. How has this legendary figure found it's way to the four corners of the globe and stood the test of hundreds of years of History? In these pages, we take you on a journey around the world, and tell the fascinating and curious stories of the legends of Santa Claus.
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Minimalist Design Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Christmas Notebook Penelope Pewter 2017-09-10 Everyone Knows The Best Way to Spread Christmas Cheer Is To... ...sing out loud for all to hear. A close second is to make a to do list of things to accomplish before December 25. Now you can make this list and check it twice with the handy Minimalist Design Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Christmas Notebook. This fun holiday notebook includes a task list and goal tracker to make sure you are on top of things. You'll also get rid of stress by quickly and easily keeping track of your budget with the included holiday budget tracker. Imagine how much more you'll enjoy the Christmas season as you prance through winter being more organized with your notebook/tracker. You may even find yourself starting good habits before the new year starts with the mini habit tracker included inside. Increase Creativity Writing by hand has been associated with boosting creativity. Whether you're searching for the next big business idea or for creative ways to express your thoughts, writing in a notebook can give your creative juices more punch. This means coming up with better ideas more quickly and easier than before. Imagine the how a boost in creativity will make you feel at work, home or at school. Your next great idea may be write at the tips of your fingers waiting to be found on the pages of the Minimalist Design Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Christmas Notebook. Improve Your Memory Writing by hand has been shown to improve memory. It has an advantage over digital notes. The Association for Psychological Science proclaimed "taking notes by hand is better than taking notes on a laptop". How will you take advantage of this knowledge to gain an edge on your competition at school, work, or business? How will better understanding make things better for you? Technology is designed to speed up tasks, not for user improvement. Remember, you're not taking notes to refer to later, you're writing it down to remember it now!Because you desire comprehension and understanding rather than simple transcription, the Minimalist Design Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Christmas Notebook is a must have. Evoke Mindfulness Journaling tends to evoke a state of mindfulness in the writer. A greater state of mindfulness means a greater sense of well being, improved physical health, and improved mental health. This correlates to relief from depression, anxiety, and stress. How will you benefit from a greater state of mindfulness you achieve from journaling in the Minimalist Design Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Christmas Notebook? What Really Matters? Think about the importance of your birth certificate, marriage certificate, property deeds, or even the laws that govern our society...the stuff that really matters goes onto paper! Your holiday season and your happiness is important. Stop letting the pressure of the holidays affect you and start enjoying the Christmas spirit more with the Minimalist Design Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Christmas Notebook. If you believe in being the best you can be, imagine how much more you can achieve with the Minimalist Design Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Christmas Notebook, buy the Minimalist Design Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Christmas Notebook now! Make this holiday season the most successful and stress free one you can imagine!
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Hearings United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Small Business 1970
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Investigation of "preselected Winners" Sweepstakes Promotions United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Small Business. Subcommittee on Activities of Regulatory Agencies 1970 Investigates use of sweepstake promotions, their fairness to both contestants and small businesses, possibility of fraud (including mail fraud), and impact of promotional mailings on postal system. Includes results of evaluation of contests conducted, and examples of promotional materials, v.1; Includes responses to committee questionnaire on sweepstakes practices from companies using sweepstakes promotions, v.2.
Only You Can Save Christmas! Adam Wallace 2017 Wink the Elf asks the reader's help to get Santa's present ready for Mrs. Claus on Christmas Eve.
Rudolph Shines Again Robert L. May 2015-09-22 Celebrate the spirit of Christmas with this Classic Board Book edition of Robert L. May’s famous sequel to the holiday classic, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer! Every year at Christmastime, everyone—young and old alike—has one catchy, joy-inspiring song stuck in their heads: “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer!” Fans of the most famous reindeer of all can travel to the North Pole again in this enchanting and uplifting holiday sequel! It’s another dark, snowy Christmas Eve and Santa needs Rudolph to guide his sleigh. But Rudolph’s nose has lost its bright red glow! Certain there’s no way he’ll be of any use to Santa this Christmas, Rudolph runs away. But on his journey, something magical happens. By helping strangers in need, Rudolph rediscovers his inner light and becomes a hero once more!
Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer Shines Again 1982 Devastated when his nose loses its shine, Rudolph spends all his time crying and feeling sorry for himself until he becomes involved in the search for two baby rabbits.
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Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer 2020 "Christmastown ... is the wonderful place where Santa Claus lives with Mrs. Claus .... Nowadays, Christmastown is a happy place. ... But in the old days everyone had to watch out for the Abominable Snow Monster."--
Bright Christmas Andrew Clements 2000 An angel who was present at the birth of Jesus remembers that very special night, graced by heavenly light and an angelic song like the smile of God. Reprint.

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