There is something so magical about reindeer. Kids love them. I love them. They are just an animal that makes you happy and makes you want to believe in anything and everything. I loved teaching all about reindeer around Christmas and one thing I always made sure to do was incorporate reindeer books throughout the month of December. Obviously, kids are interested and so excited to learn. Here are our 12 favorite reindeer books. Are you looking for more Christmas ideas, activities, and printables to do at home or in the classroom? If so click here.
A classic hardcover Little Golden Book, This story is a retelling of the Rudolph TV special. A Christmas tradition!
Watch Teeka the reindeer trainer as she learns a lesson on the importance of being kind and patient.
For your youngest readers, this board book helps us count Santa’s reindeer from one to eight.
Olive isn’t a reindeer at all. In fact, she’s a dog! Read about her adventures in the north pole in this fun story.
A hilarious story about a girl who wakes up one day with antlers, this book features beautiful illustrations as well. A laugh-out-loud favorite!
A nonfiction book with vivid photographs, this book teaches about a day in the life of a polar reindeer.
Enjoy this magical Christmas story about a young girl who wants to be one of Santa’s else. Her adventures are sure to engage young readers.
This is an imaginative tale of how the reindeer got its antlers, and how they they came to drive Santa’s sleigh.
Rudolph needs a sick day, so his sister Ruby needs to fill in. Hilarity ensues! Ruby is always getting into trouble, but can she keep it together for Christmas?
Start a new holiday tradition with your family with this book! Learn about reindeer dust and how to use it at your house.
Little ones will love this fresh holiday spin on the classic nursery rhyme, “The Itsy Bitsy Spider”. I bet they’ll even ask you to read it again!
Meet a young reindeer and her 7 wacky uncles in this rhyming picture book.
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