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A new holiday classic is born! Lisa Trumbauer and Jannie Ho have whipped up a fresh, fabulous, and very funny companion to The Haunted Ghoul Bus. In a playful take on “The Night before Christmas,” the talented pair provides kids with a one-of-kind, behind-the-scenes peek into Santa’s workshop. And it seems that all’s not well at the North Pole: the reindeer have gone on st A new holiday classic is born! Lisa Trumbauer and Jannie Ho have whipped up a fresh, fabulous, and very funny companion to The Haunted Ghoul Bus. In a playful take on “The Night before Christmas,” the talented pair provides kids with a one-of-kind, behind-the-scenes peek into Santa’s workshop. And it seems that all’s not well at the North Pole: the reindeer have gone on strike and Santa’s auditioning a menagerie of other animals to take their place. But when the cats abandon station to chase some mice and the elephants fall through the roof, what’s Santa to do? Will his eight trusty reindeer ever fly again?


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A new holiday classic is born! Lisa Trumbauer and Jannie Ho have whipped up a fresh, fabulous, and very funny companion to The Haunted Ghoul Bus. In a playful take on “The Night before Christmas,” the talented pair provides kids with a one-of-kind, behind-the-scenes peek into Santa’s workshop. And it seems that all’s not well at the North Pole: the reindeer have gone on st A new holiday classic is born! Lisa Trumbauer and Jannie Ho have whipped up a fresh, fabulous, and very funny companion to The Haunted Ghoul Bus. In a playful take on “The Night before Christmas,” the talented pair provides kids with a one-of-kind, behind-the-scenes peek into Santa’s workshop. And it seems that all’s not well at the North Pole: the reindeer have gone on strike and Santa’s auditioning a menagerie of other animals to take their place. But when the cats abandon station to chase some mice and the elephants fall through the roof, what’s Santa to do? Will his eight trusty reindeer ever fly again?

30 review for Pas de rennes pour Noël!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Leanna DIY

    No reindeer want to be in Santa's sleigh. So he asks other animals that can not fly. But the reindeers decide to come back. I DO NO LIKE BOOKS I LOVE BOOKS No reindeer want to be in Santa's sleigh. So he asks other animals that can not fly. But the reindeers decide to come back. I DO NO LIKE BOOKS I LOVE BOOKS

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Gallman

    Twas the week before Christmas, and somewhere up north, dear Santa was frantic-he paced back and forth. He had just heard some news that he sure didn't like: it seemed that the reindeer were going on STRIKE!" For many families, reading The Night Before Christmas is a Christmas tradition, one that helps to put many children to bed early on Christmas Eve! The anticipation of Santa Claus coming down the chimney to deliver presents is enough for any child (and child at heart) to have a sleepless, Christ Twas the week before Christmas, and somewhere up north, dear Santa was frantic-he paced back and forth. He had just heard some news that he sure didn't like: it seemed that the reindeer were going on STRIKE!" For many families, reading The Night Before Christmas is a Christmas tradition, one that helps to put many children to bed early on Christmas Eve! The anticipation of Santa Claus coming down the chimney to deliver presents is enough for any child (and child at heart) to have a sleepless, Christmas Eve night, but what if Santa's reindeer went on strike? Who would help Santa deliver the presents? Lisa Trumbauer and Illustrator Jannie Jo create a twist on the classic tale, one that could easily become a classic itself. In this book, Santa's reindeer are tired of pulling Santa's sleigh and have decided to strike until their conditions are met. Santa, unafraid of the reindeer threats, decides to find help elsewhere. Read my full review on my blog at reviewscomingatya.blogspot.com.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    One of the strong appeals of this book is the embossed texture of much of the art in the book. It is another retelling of the night before Christmas in a similar rhyme pattern. This time the reindeer are going on strike. They no longer want to pull the sleigh. So Santa puts out “Help Wanted” ads with all sorts of interesting results from a sled led by flamingos and one by elephants. Finally Santa and the reindeer come to an agreement. It’s a lesson in collective union bargaining to the young tik One of the strong appeals of this book is the embossed texture of much of the art in the book. It is another retelling of the night before Christmas in a similar rhyme pattern. This time the reindeer are going on strike. They no longer want to pull the sleigh. So Santa puts out “Help Wanted” ads with all sorts of interesting results from a sled led by flamingos and one by elephants. Finally Santa and the reindeer come to an agreement. It’s a lesson in collective union bargaining to the young tikes so they can make the most of their jobs later.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sherry

    Although the rhyming is wonderful in this book, I have a major issue with the content. This is categorized as an "easy reader", for lower elementary grades, I find it disturbing that the subjects of unions and union contracts is part of the story line. When basic skills are being taught, subject matter such as this should not be a focal part of the story, unless you want to perpetuate a specified agenda. I read this one time to a child, I will not be picking this title to read out loud again. Although the rhyming is wonderful in this book, I have a major issue with the content. This is categorized as an "easy reader", for lower elementary grades, I find it disturbing that the subjects of unions and union contracts is part of the story line. When basic skills are being taught, subject matter such as this should not be a focal part of the story, unless you want to perpetuate a specified agenda. I read this one time to a child, I will not be picking this title to read out loud again.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Katrina Sutton

    I thought this book was brilliant on why only reindeer should fly Santa's sleigh. My kid got a huge kick of seeing dogs, cats, flamigos, kangaroos, and elephants trying to fly Santa's sleigh. I thought this book was brilliant on why only reindeer should fly Santa's sleigh. My kid got a huge kick of seeing dogs, cats, flamigos, kangaroos, and elephants trying to fly Santa's sleigh.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Bridget Neace

    This was a new-to-me book; I enjoy rereading old friends during the holidays, but it's still exciting to find a new book to enjoy! I found a digital activity to do with my library classes that required this book, which spurred me on to procure a personal copy. It's fun--we've had some good vocabulary discussions and some creative brainstorming sessions about other animals that could potentially pull Santa's sleigh. :) This was a new-to-me book; I enjoy rereading old friends during the holidays, but it's still exciting to find a new book to enjoy! I found a digital activity to do with my library classes that required this book, which spurred me on to procure a personal copy. It's fun--we've had some good vocabulary discussions and some creative brainstorming sessions about other animals that could potentially pull Santa's sleigh. :)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Christine Rains

    The reindeer go on strike, and Santa tries to use other animals to pull the sleigh! It's a fun Christmas read with cute illustrations. It was sillier to my son when he was younger, but there are still fond memories attached to the story. This year, I explained to him unions and why they're important! The reindeer go on strike, and Santa tries to use other animals to pull the sleigh! It's a fun Christmas read with cute illustrations. It was sillier to my son when he was younger, but there are still fond memories attached to the story. This year, I explained to him unions and why they're important!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jodie

    I think my little niece will really like this one. She loves animals and the creative teams to drive Santa's sleigh will make her laugh, I'm sure. I like the fun, colorful illustrations and the storyline is cute for the holidays. I think my little niece will really like this one. She loves animals and the creative teams to drive Santa's sleigh will make her laugh, I'm sure. I like the fun, colorful illustrations and the storyline is cute for the holidays.

  9. 5 out of 5

    DiAnne Warfield

    Colt library story times week of Dec 2 2019 PJ story time 12-11-2019

  10. 4 out of 5

    L Sue

    Another great rhyming story of how the reindeer go on strike and Santa's dilemma to find replacements!!! Funny!! Another great rhyming story of how the reindeer go on strike and Santa's dilemma to find replacements!!! Funny!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay Williams

    Kids loved this one.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

    A delightful book

  13. 4 out of 5

    Denise

    Loved it!!!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    Super cute story!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Miss Sarah

    A preschool and up book about Santa's reindeer going on strike and all the other animals that try out for the job. A preschool and up book about Santa's reindeer going on strike and all the other animals that try out for the job.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Shel

    Trumbauer, L. (2009). The Great Reindeer Rebellion. New York: Sterling. 9781402744624 Appetizer: When Santa's reindeer go on strike, he looks for replacement sleigh pullers. But it seems reindeer may be the best animals for the job. The Great Reindeer Rebellion follows the form of The Night Before Christmas to share the story. It's illustrations are colorful and child-friendly, featuring a lot of animals with cute expressions. When I first picked up The Great Reindeer Rebellion, I assumed by its siz Trumbauer, L. (2009). The Great Reindeer Rebellion. New York: Sterling. 9781402744624 Appetizer: When Santa's reindeer go on strike, he looks for replacement sleigh pullers. But it seems reindeer may be the best animals for the job. The Great Reindeer Rebellion follows the form of The Night Before Christmas to share the story. It's illustrations are colorful and child-friendly, featuring a lot of animals with cute expressions. When I first picked up The Great Reindeer Rebellion, I assumed by its size and the thickness of the pages that it was a pop-up book. So, I was kinda disappointed when I discovered that it wasn't. The pages are textured, with characters raised against the page. So, young readers may want to trace the animals on each page. Dinner Conversation: "'Twas the week before Christmas, and somewhere up North, dear Santa was frantic- he paced back and forth. He had just heard some news that he sure didn't like: It seemed that the reindeer were going on strike." "So Santa decided, "That's fine! Be that way! I'm sure I'll find others who will pull my sleigh." "Flamingos!" he summoned, "It's your turn, let's go!" And I must say your pink looks divine in the snow." To Go with the Meal: The Click Clack Moo: Cows that type of the Christmas season, The Great Reindeer Rebellion is a fun read aloud for a teacher to share with students. For activities, a teacher could have students draw want-ads for new sleigh pullers. Student could also vote for their favorite sleigh puller of the animals that answer the ads in the book. A teacher could encourage young kids to call out and names the animals pictured on each page, before reading the text. If a teacher wanted to get a lesson out of the book, a teacher could discuss treating friends (or group members) fairly and trying to talk-out problems. Tasty Rating: !!!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Carrie Rolph

    The heartwarming tale of collective worker action everyone needs at Christmastime. Told in verse like the Night Before Christmas, it's the tale of Santa trying to hire scab labor after the reindeer go on strike. It turns out the reindeer are the only animals who can pull the sleigh effectively, so Santa is forced back to the bargaining table. Three stars instead of four because I'm disappointed the reindeer asked for cable TV instead of a defined benefit pension plan. Heavy, embossed pages with The heartwarming tale of collective worker action everyone needs at Christmastime. Told in verse like the Night Before Christmas, it's the tale of Santa trying to hire scab labor after the reindeer go on strike. It turns out the reindeer are the only animals who can pull the sleigh effectively, so Santa is forced back to the bargaining table. Three stars instead of four because I'm disappointed the reindeer asked for cable TV instead of a defined benefit pension plan. Heavy, embossed pages with bright artwork.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Courtnie

    A huge bit of fluff, and not even good fluff. The rhyming is a rift on already overly done familiar story of The Night Before Christmas and the story is just gimmicky with the ending being very materialistic.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tricia

    Fun...became more enjoyable with repeated readings. Santa's reindeer go on strike and other animals try (and fail) to fill their role. Funny illustrations and rhyming text will appeal to young audiences! Fun...became more enjoyable with repeated readings. Santa's reindeer go on strike and other animals try (and fail) to fill their role. Funny illustrations and rhyming text will appeal to young audiences!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Gregory

    This is a good book for comparing characteristics and for persuasive writing ideas. The reindeer are upset with Santa and go on strike. Now they have a list of demands. After reading this book children can write to Santa to tell why a different animal might be best for pulling the sleigh.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Meredith

    When Santa's reindeer go on strike demanding a hot tub, sauna, beds, better food, heat, and cable tv, Santa auditions for replacement reindeer flop miserably. And he agrees to give them a better benefit package. The illustrations are extremely lively and cute, but the story is so-so. When Santa's reindeer go on strike demanding a hot tub, sauna, beds, better food, heat, and cable tv, Santa auditions for replacement reindeer flop miserably. And he agrees to give them a better benefit package. The illustrations are extremely lively and cute, but the story is so-so.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth S

    With a great rhyming cadence, Trumbauer tells the story of what happened when the reindeer went on strike. Lots of other animals were willing to try to pull Santa's sleigh, but somehow none of them worked out! With a great rhyming cadence, Trumbauer tells the story of what happened when the reindeer went on strike. Lots of other animals were willing to try to pull Santa's sleigh, but somehow none of them worked out!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Rhyming. I enjoyed this. Would be best used with grade 1-2ish.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Before I knew it, I was reading this one aloud! It is very cute and a wonderful addition to our holiday reading list!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Molly

    This was a surprise hit in storytime. One of the kids noticed a blue haired elf (henceforth known as Blue) and for the rest of the reading they all had to watch for him.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen

    This bright and colorful Christmas story is sure to get some laughs from both kids and adults as Santa tries to find other animals to pull his sled after his reindeer go on strike.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Miranda

  28. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Mileto

  29. 5 out of 5

    Hayley

  30. 4 out of 5

    Heather

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