Sharon Harmer

The lost reindeer

Published on 06.10.2023

Reading level: 24 months

24 pages

205 mm x 205 mm

Translated by: Michael Engler

ISBN: 978-3-8458-5366-6

Notes

  • Story about helping a friend in need
  • The perfect Chirstmas gift 
  • Lovely illustrations by Sharon Harmer

Santa calls his reindeer together. He cooked a delicious soup for them all, before they set off on their great sleigh ride. Unfortunately, the little reindeer has a cold and can't smell the soup. He cannot find his way to Santa and gets lost in the forest! Will he find the way home in time? How good though that he has friends who come to help!





Sharon Harmer
Author
Sharon Harmer

Sharon Harmer lives and works on the south coast of England. She has been a freelance illustrator for over 15 years, and has illustrated many children’s books ranging from educational, pre-school and board books to picture books. Sharon especially enjoys creating characters, and her illustrations are a mixture of traditional and digital, incorporating hand drawn line, and painted textures. A background in botany and love of nature and travel also inform her work. She especially enjoys time out on her allotment, and walking and yoga. Sharon is a member of The Association of Illustrators (AOI) and The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI).





Michael Engler
Translator
Michael Engler
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