Who would would have guessed that there was more to the story of the kind little reindeer with the big red nose?
In 1991, Robert May's daughter discovered the manuscript for this sequel to RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER. In this story-written in 1947 and never before published-Rudolph again lands "the number one job on the number one day."
Guiding Santa's sleigh on this second Christmas Eve, Rudolph brings happiness to Sonny and Sis, two children whom Santa had missed the previous year.
Rudolph's clever scheme involves a barking cat, a fast-running turtle, a meowing dog, and a talking canary, among others.
Once again, those who are laughed at and teased because they are "a little different" triumph in the end. They focus on making others happy, which is, the story suggests, the ultimate joy in life. (inside front cover)