Gerald Hedberg the Christmas Buffalo is a humorous fish out of water story about a clumsy buffalo that insists that he is in fact a graceful reindeer. He leaves the Great Buffalo Ranch in Afton, Oklahoma and travels to the North Pole to attend The North Pole Academy of Arts and Sciences, Reindeer Department. The story follows him on his adventure.
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This is one of the cutest and most fun little holiday/Christmas books I have read in years! The art work is adorable and the style is very easy to read. I litterally could not put it down. I recommend this book highly. I understand he is releasing a Halloween book in September and can't wait to read that one as well!
Ever since his mother caught him dressing up like a reindeer, it was obvious that Gerald had only one goal in life: to help lead Santa's sleigh on Christmas Eve, delivering presents to children all over the world. There's only one problem, though: Gerald is actually a buffalo, not a reindeer. Furthermore, he's one of the clumsiest souls around, poorly lacking the natural grace commonly found in his reindeer "brethren." Not one to be deterred, though, Gerald decides to leave the Great Buffalo Ranch and make the long trek to the North Pole in order to study at the Reindeer Department of the Academy Of Arts Sciences, - where he soon embarks on an exciting adventure far beyond anything in his wildest dreams... Gerald Hedberg The Christmas Buffalo is an amusing, entertaining read. In it, author Dahn Lee has crafted an inspiring tale highlighting the importance of pursuing your dreams - no matter how far-fetched they may seem. As such, Gerald serves as an important literary role model for anyone familiar with the negativity of naysayers - providing readers with a shining example of the sheer grit and determination required to overcome it. With a unique, broad-based appeal to readers young and old, Gerald Hedberg The Christmas Buffalo is an uplifting tale with invaluable lessons that should be shared all year round. Rhonda Carver Apex Reviews