Olive, the Other Reindeer

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Chronicle Books, Oct 1, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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Olive is merrily preparing for Christmas when suddenly she realizes "Olive... the other Reindeer... I thought I was a dog. Hmmm, I must be a Reindeer!" So she quickly hops aboard the polar express and heads to the North Pole. And while Santa and the other reindeer are a bit surprised that a dog wants to join the their team, in the end Olive and her unusual reindeer skills are just what Santa and his veteran reindeer team need. Colorful graphic illustrations accompany this zany dog story from the well-known author and artist team, Vivian and J.otto Seibold. Adorable Olive and her hilarious adventures are sure to make anyone's Christmas merry.

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Review: Olive, the Other Reindeer

User Review  - Annie Baucke - Goodreads

As a child this was one of my favorite Christmas time books to read. One of my favorite aspects of this book are the illustrations, they were unlike any that I had seen before. The colorful nature of ... Read full review

Review: Olive, the Other Reindeer

User Review  - Chinyleu Nwokolo - Goodreads

Olive the dog thinks she is a reindeer and reports to the north pole to take her position with the other reindeers. Of course, this causes some commotion but, olive is determined to be part of the ... Read full review

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About the author (1997)

J.otto Seibold and Vivian Walsh live in California with their two daughters, Theadora and Amelia; and their two dogs, Olive and Mr. Lunch. J.otto draws all of the time. It's his job. He's a professional. He draws on a computer, which makes him sort of like a scientist. But he doesn't wake up until noon, which makes him like an artist. J.otto Seibold and Vivian Walsh have written and illustrated four books for children, Mr. Lunch Takes a Plane Ride, Mr. Lunch Borrows a Canoe, Monkey Business, and

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