Friday, December 4, 2009

Flight of the Reindeer

Flight Of The Reindeer
By Robert Sullivan
Drawings by Glenn Wolff

Ever wonder if Reindeer really fly. What about Santa Claus; real or not? This is a delightful book written in four parts with an Introduction and an Afterward.
The Introduction tells of the authors search for the truth of Santa. How his little boy belief turned into doubts as he grew older. Leading one through his search for the real story and perhaps returning to his Childhood belief.
Part one: The Echo of Hooves. Can they really fly? The search is on. He lead us through history to trace the origins of the Santa nation beyond the North Pole. Introducing us to Elves, Gnomes, Lovelings, Light-fairies, Dwarves, Angels and Mountain Spirits. Are they associated with Santa and his Reindeer?
Part Two: The North Pole Today. What is the North Pole and can one Live there. It is so Mysterious and Eerie there. Could a tiny village exit there and has anyone seen it? The author guides us through the eyes of others who have search and reveals their findings.
Part Three: The Miracle of Reindeer flight. Really has anyone seen them fly and will you believe if they have? Now the scientist are involved in this search. Greenland, Axel Heilberg Island, North Devon Island, Prince Patrick Island and other placed around the area where they have spotted reindeer in flight. Is it a certain type that fly? Robert goes into detail about this anomaly, creating a factual belief through Photo evidence.
Part Four:Eight Tiny Reindeer( Plus One). In this part Robert explores Santa and his reindeer. How can he get around with out help from computers and Radar in todays time? Are the governments helping him? Of course it must be a secret or is it? This was a great section to me! Oh I watch for him every year, but then of course the sleep overtakes me. But... when I awake Santa has been and gone.

This book will make you think twice and prehaps make you a "Believer"

1 comment:

Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Have a Marvelous Reading Day.