Recent release “Rudy’s Christmas Wish” from Page Publishing author Ruth Logsdon Weiss introduces Rudy Jr., son of the famous, red-nosed reindeer. Rudy Jr.’s story will spread Christmas spirit with readers of all ages.
Ruth Logsdon Weiss, a wife, mother, and educator from California, has completed her new book “Rudy’s Christmas Wish”: a classic Christmas story with a twist.
Everyone at the North Pole loves Rudolph and his red nose. No one admires him more than Rudy Jr., who spends all his time and energy wishing for a red nose too so he can be just like everybody’s hero. When an accident injures Rudolph, Rudy finally forgets to be selfish and learns that dreams come true in the most unusual ways when you put others ahead of yourself.
Author Ruth Logsdon Weiss is now retired from a thirty-four-year career as a high school English and Spanish teacher. This book was inspired by an assignment she gave to her Advanced Placement English class to tell an original holiday story poetically. Deciding to join her students in this endeavor, she wrote “Rudy’s Christmas Wish.”
Published by Page Publishing, Ruth Logsdon Weiss’s joyful tale is told through engaging rhymes and beautiful illustrations. This memorable work is sure to become a holiday tradition for readers of all ages.
Readers who wish to experience this magical work can purchase “Rudy’s Christmas Wish” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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