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Little Red Sleigh (Hardcover)
A New York Times and USA Today bestseller! Believe in the magic of Christmas with this heartwarming Christmas picture book about the little red sleigh that could, perfect for fans of The Polar Express!
The Little Red Sleigh has one big dream—to one day become Santa's big red sleigh! But all her life, she's been told she's too small, she's too young, she can't fly, and she certainly can't meet Santa. Well, this Christmas, with the help of some friends, she's determined to do the impossible. Little Red Sleigh is a heartwarming children's Christmas book you'll want to read again and again. Full of winter joy and holiday magic, this charming Christmas story will remind readers of all ages that no dream is out of reach if you believe.
Why readers love Little Red Sleigh:
- Parents, grandparents, and teachers will have fun reading this inspirational, growth-mindset book to kids
- Screen-free fun for children during the winter season
- Ideal Christmas gift and holiday stocking stuffer for kids ages 4-8
Also in the Little Heroes, Big Hearts series:
- Little Blue Bunny
- Little Yellow Bus
About the Author
ERIN GUENDELSBERGER is the NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling author of LITTLE RED SLEIGH and writes children’s stories and poems. She studied writing at Hamline University and Bowling Green State University and now pursues adventure in Ohio with her husband, daughters, and a cat named Hennimore.
Elizaveta Tretyakova is the New York Times bestselling illustrator of Little Red Sleigh. She’s a children’s book illustrator and art director who received a BA in illustration from the University of Plymouth, UK, and studied the history of art at Moscow State University. She loves details and fantasy creatures but she also likes to draw animals, food, and children.