Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Classic Story: Deluxe 50th-Anniversary Edition Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-09-09 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 129 user ratings

" Thea Feldman retells the 1964-2014 television classic and Erwin Madrid illustrates. Both text and illustrations retain the original tone and style. " said.

" This book reads and is illustrated like the movie. The illustrations are beautiful, and the story is classic. We enjoyed this book. " said.

" The TV classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer comes to life in the pages of this title. The photography are taken from the movie. A fun read with your Rudolph fan. " said.

" The story is competently, if not interestingly, told. The artwork is based very closely on the characters in the Rankin/Bass movies, so of course it is wonderful. " said.

" Digitally enhanced, reproduction of the classic stop animation movie. If you love Rudolph, you will love this recreation of the same title. Nice old fashioned cloth feel cover with gold embossing adds a touch of childhood remembrances. " said.

" Not even in the North Pole can those who are different escape the struggle of being accepted and learning their worth regardless of mockery and loneliness. This handsome, cloth-textured, golden lettered, deluxe edition of the story of Rudolph as told in the 1964 television animated movie is illustrated using computer animation. The characters ring true to their classic stop motion animation counterparts. Recommended. " said.

"It's amazing to realize that the story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has been around since 1964, almost as long as I've been alive. Based on the television show, which tugged at many heartstrings throughout the decades, this retelling features Rudolph, Santa Claus, and the Island of Misfit Toys. Anyone that thinks bullying is a recent occurrence will want to read this book as a reminder about how our society treats those who are different in the slightest ways, forcing them to hide their differences or even separating them from others. While I'm glad to have read the story, my heart belongs to the TV show that I have always loved since this version seems slightly clunky and rambling. Rudolph's personality doesn't shine through as powerfully as it might. " said.

" My Christmas book of the day, this Rudolph is based on the animated movie of the same name, in this case the movie is better. However,this is the Rudolph book that I remember & it is better than the movie: Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer " said.

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