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UTP - All Kids Read + Co Titles - Fall 2022

Buddy the Bluenose Reindeer
And the Christmas Dinner Rescue
By (author): Bruce Nunn By (author): Brenda Jones
Bruce Nunn , Brenda Jones


Nimbus Publishing Limited - Halifax



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Juvenile: Reading age 06 - 09
Oct 18, 2022
$15.95 CAD


5.5in x 8.5 x 1.5 in

Page Count:

48 pages


30 illustrations
Nimbus Publishing Limited
JUVENILE FICTION / Holidays & Celebrations / Christmas & Advent

The riotous third installment of the bestselling Buddy the Bluenose Reindeer series. This time, the East Coast reindeer is out to save the Christmas Lobsterpalooza!

Everyone's favourite blue-nosed reindeer is back with another uniquely Nova Scotian Christmas adventure! It's Christmas Eve on Nova Scotia's South Shore, and a community is preparing for their annual Lobsterpalooza — a festive evening of fun, food, and family. But a storm is gathering off the coast, and the lobster fishers haven't returned home with their haul yet. When the community's lighthouse goes out, the fishers have nothing to guide them home....and nothing to warn them of the big, jagged Jingle Bell Rock that looms between them and safe harbour. If only there were a brave, bright-nosed reindeer who could save the fleet, save Lobsterpalooza, and save Christmas.

The third installment in the bestselling series of illustrated early readers, this thrilling seasonal romp will instantly become a holiday tradition. Features bold, vibrant artwork by celebrated artist Brenda Jones (Skunks for Breakfast, Sid the Kid and the Dryer).

Bruce Nunn is a popular storyteller and the author of seven books, including Nova Scotia History with a Twist, More History with a Twist, Buddy the Bluenose Reindeer, and Buddy the Bluenose Reindeer and the Boston Christmas Tree Adventure. His Nova Scotia history stories have aired on CBC Radio and Television, earning him an Atlantic Journalism Gold Award; on the Rick Howe Show on News 95.7FM Radio in Halifax; and they've appeared in the Halifax Herald and the Halifax Daily News.

Brenda Jones grew up in Prince Edward Island and moved to Montreal in her twenties, where she worked at the National Film Board and on many animated TV shows. She started illustrating picture books in the 1980s, and has since published over twenty titles, two of which won the Lillian Shepherd Memorial Award for Excellence in Illustration. She lives in PEI.

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