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Ronaldo: The Phantom Carrot Snatcher (Ronaldo the Flying Reindeer Book 2)

by Maxine Sylvester

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He wants to be the fastest reindeer ever. But a little lost wolf has thrown his plans into a tailspin! Ronaldo has his heart set on breaking the Reindeer Flying Academy top-speed record. But his quest could be ruined when some meanie keeps stealing his carrots. Determined to catch the culprit, he's surprised when he learns it's a poor young wolf shivering in fear. After the coldest night in two hundred years, Ronaldo takes pity on the lonely cub and puts together a superhero-style plan to reunite her with her pack. But he'll definitely need to be the swiftest reindeer cadet if he's to fly safely past the Forest of Doom! Can Ronaldo pull off a miracle to save his new friend and still be first over the finish line? Ronaldo: The Phantom Carrot Snatcheris a delightful children's chapter book series, suitable for ages 7-9. If you or your children like brave heroes, witty animal friends, and spooky forests, then you'll love Maxine Sylvester's action-packed escapade.… (more)
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This was a wonderful addition to the Ronaldo series! This time Ronaldo is in school learning to fly when a wolf arrives needing his help. I love that Ronaldo is faced with a tough choice - to do what he's wanted to (set a speed record) or help someone. There's a great underlying lesson hidden in this fun, engaging story. A great book for middle grade readers just getting started on chapter books that will capture their imaginations even outside the holiday season. ( )
  LilyRoseShadowlyn | Jul 28, 2021 |
Another high flying adventure with Ronaldo and friends, both old AND new, that reminds us of the importance of friendship, helping one another, and how sweet success can be when we give of ourselves. With a charming cast of characters, laugh inducing antics, and a snowfall of good intent, it's no wonder that this series is gathering quite the following. If you haven't sampled this author's work, I highly suggest you do. It's sugar and sweet but with a dose of reality that readers can take right off the page and into their daily lives. All I can say is, well done, Ronaldo...well done indeed!


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He wants to be the fastest reindeer ever. But a little lost wolf has thrown his plans into a tailspin! Ronaldo has his heart set on breaking the Reindeer Flying Academy top-speed record. But his quest could be ruined when some meanie keeps stealing his carrots. Determined to catch the culprit, he's surprised when he learns it's a poor young wolf shivering in fear. After the coldest night in two hundred years, Ronaldo takes pity on the lonely cub and puts together a superhero-style plan to reunite her with her pack. But he'll definitely need to be the swiftest reindeer cadet if he's to fly safely past the Forest of Doom! Can Ronaldo pull off a miracle to save his new friend and still be first over the finish line? Ronaldo: The Phantom Carrot Snatcheris a delightful children's chapter book series, suitable for ages 7-9. If you or your children like brave heroes, witty animal friends, and spooky forests, then you'll love Maxine Sylvester's action-packed escapade.

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