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Good Housekeeping: This New “Reindeer in Here” Toy Is the More Positive Version of Your Christmas Elf

This cutie is all about celebrating differences instead of catching kids acting naughty.

If a certain red elf is already giving you stress dreams about coming up with 25 creative ideas, a new Christmas tradition is here to give busy parents a break. Reindeer in Hereis a new toy all about spreading a positive holiday message — without requiring family members to dream up new, elaborate poses every day for four weeks.

The adorable plush reindeer also comes with his own Christmas story, but this one is about celebrating our differences versus judging actions as naughty or nice. Here’s how it works:

  • Early in December, your reindeer “arrives” from the North Pole.
  • The reindeer stays with your child and writes “notes” back to Santa about their Christmas wishes.
  • Parents don’t have to hide or move the reindeer, but the story encourages the children to take their reindeer on different adventures throughout the month.
  • On Christmas Eve, the reindeer flies back to Santa at the North Pole until next year.

Author Adam Reed launched the book and toy combo last year, when it sold out on Amazon on Black Friday within two hours. Reviewers praised the toy as a way to incorporate some holiday “magic,” but without the behind-the-scenes work or “creepy” spying. The only issue: Several people found that their kids got very attached and didn’t want their reindeer to leave on Christmas Eve!

The plot of the book itself offers a sweet takeaway: Santa Claus wanted a way to better know children around the world besides receiving their letters. That’s when the reindeer narrator — who has two different-sized antlers — came up with a different idea: Have the reindeer stay with the kids during December and share with Santa what they want for Christmas.

“To be different is normal,” he says. “I’ve got one antler small. Thinking different will fix this problem once and for all!”

The emphasis on celebrating each child (and creature)’s uniqueness may offer a welcome alternative to people who dislike the connotations of Elf of the Shelf. While some families really do love their elves and find them helpful in encouraging good behavior, some pediatric psychologists and professors specializing in surveillance technology have spoken out against the toy for creating paranoia and normalizing a Big Brother-like presence at home.

Unlike the elf, this toy has no rules about who can touch him and when. The book also leaves it wide open as to what kinds of activities children can do with their reindeers. It could be as simple as going to the store or picking out a Christmas tree, or an opportunity to plan some service-focused outings that give back, like a visit to a toy drive or community kitchen.

If you’re looking to shelve your elf for good and give the reindeer a try, you can order the book and stuffed animal on Amazon for $33, or just the reindeer toy for $22. Act fast though — given how fast it sold out last year, you’ll want to order now before the holiday shopping seasons really kicks in. Then enjoy putting your feet up as your kids actually play with it without any work on your part.

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Woman’s Day: This New “Reindeer in Here” Toy Is the More Positive Version of Your Christmas Elf

This cutie is all about celebrating differences instead of catching kids acting naughty.

If a certain red elf is already giving you stress dreams about coming up with 25 creative ideas, a new Christmas tradition is here to give busy parents a break. Reindeer in Hereis a new toy all about spreading a positive holiday message — without requiring family members to dream up new, elaborate poses every day for four weeks.

The adorable plush reindeer also comes with his own Christmas story, but this one is about celebrating our differences versus judging actions as naughty or nice. Here’s how it works:

  • Early in December, your reindeer “arrives” from the North Pole.
  • The reindeer stays with your child and writes “notes” back to Santa about their Christmas wishes.
  • Parents don’t have to hide or move the reindeer, but the story encourages the children to take their reindeer on different adventures throughout the month.
  • On Christmas Eve, the reindeer flies back to Santa at the North Pole until next year.

Author Adam Reed launched the book and toy combo last year, when it sold out on Amazon on Black Friday within two hours. Reviewers praised the toy as a way to incorporate some holiday “magic,” but without the behind-the-scenes work or “creepy” spying. The only issue: Several people found that their kids got very attached and didn’t want their reindeer to leave on Christmas Eve!

The plot of the book itself offers a sweet takeaway: Santa Claus wanted a way to better know children around the world besides receiving their letters. That’s when the reindeer narrator — who has two different-sized antlers — came up with a different idea: Have the reindeer stay with the kids during December and share with Santa what they want for Christmas.

“To be different is normal,” he says. “I’ve got one antler small. Thinking different will fix this problem once and for all!”

The emphasis on celebrating each child (and creature)’s uniqueness may offer a welcome alternative to people who dislike the connotations of Elf of the Shelf. While some families really do love their elves and find them helpful in encouraging good behavior, some pediatric psychologists and professors specializing in surveillance technology have spoken out against the toy for creating paranoia and normalizing a Big Brother-like presence at home.

Unlike the elf, this toy has no rules about who can touch him and when. The book also leaves it wide open as to what kinds of activities children can do with their reindeers. It could be as simple as going to the store or picking out a Christmas tree, or an opportunity to plan some service-focused outings that give back, like a visit to a toy drive or community kitchen.

If you’re looking to shelve your elf for good and give the reindeer a try, you can order the book and stuffed animal on Amazon for $33, or just the reindeer toy for $22. Act fast though — given how fast it sold out last year, you’ll want to order now before the holiday shopping seasons really kicks in. Then enjoy putting your feet up as your kids actually play with it without any work on your part.

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aNb Media: Reindeer in Here Readies for Holiday, International Expansion

More than 1,200 retailers, such as Learning Express and Hallmark, are stocking up on the new Reindeer In Here plush & book gift set in time for holiday 2018. In addition, current international distribution agreements have been met with South Africa and Canada and talks are in the works with UK, Australia, Ireland and other international distributors.

The product made its official launch on Black Friday last year and immediately sold out on Amazon in just two hours. Since then, it’s received nine industry awards to become the most awarded Christmas tradition brand of 2018, according to the company.

In early December, the Reindeer In Here book and plush “magically” arrive for children, setting the stage for a new yearly Christmas tradition. As the parent surprises their child with this unexpected early Christmas present, they introduce them to the special untold story of the reindeer. As the story unfolds, the child learns that many years ago Santa asked his reindeer for some help in learning about each child’s true Christmas wishes. Santa told his reindeer that while he knew children all over the world, only some wrote him letters — so he wanted a way to know each child even better. One different little reindeer who was born with one antler smaller than the other and big blue eyes quickly suggested a different way to solve Santa’s conundrum. The little reindeer told Santa he should send his reindeer early in the month of December to stay with the children so Santa could learn as much as possible about each child. Then every night while the child sleeps with the reindeer next to him or her, the reindeer writes notes to Santa detailing their daily adventures. On Christmas Eve, the child will put their reindeer under the tree so it can greet Santa. After Santa finds the reindeer, it will go with him to guide his sleigh back to the North Pole until next year.

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Tubey Toys: Toy Review: A New Christmas Friend…that you don’t have to move each night…- Hug, Share Holiday Wishes with Reindeer in Here

Parents! Rejoice! Although I love moving around our Elf every night, I do forget, because I’m tired and human, so learning about the latest in Christmas traditions has got my heart ring-ting-ting-a-ling with such a clatter!
Reindeer in Hereis a new Christmas tradition that you and your children will love! Not only does it evoke the spirit of Christmas, but it also teaches such a valuable message. From the creative mind of father and writer, Adam Reed, not to mention President of Thinkfactory Media – the man behind some of my favorite must-see reality TV shows. Reindeer in Heretakes you on the magical journey of a very different reindeer’s new special purpose.
Don’t confuse this new tradition with the adventurous and mischievous Elf on the Shelf who cannot be touched in fear he will lose his magic, Reindeer in Here promotes hugs, play, and making new memories together. Reindeer in Here also promotes a very positive message of togetherness and the wonder of the holiday season, and a very simple and prolific message that: “being different is normal.” Each Reindeer in Here comes in a beautifully designed gift box with an adorable plush Reindeer and a special book titled, Reindeer in Here A Christmas Friend, outlining instructions for parents and instructions for the kiddos once they receive their new Reindeer in Here. The book is cleverly and beautifully written in a very fun to read rhyme scheme by Reed, and the book is also colorfully illustrated by artist, Izzy Bean. After reading the story, be sure to go to the Reindeer in Here website and learning more about his friends like Cecilia (like sa-seal-ya who has a permanent smile), Zig and Zag (cross-eyed penguins), and more friends to get to know.
The story takes us back to the beginning of time where the celebration of Christmas first became a tradition with gifts. Santa Claus had no way of telling what little children wanted for their Christmas wishes (of course, modern technology allows him to “see” all, now!). Santa turned to his reindeer for advice, and only one sweet little reindeer stepped forward, and this little reindeer had uneven antlers and looked very different from his brothers and sisters who had larger, more pronounced antlers.
“Although we’re all reindeer, and look somewhat the same, like children we’re different beyond just our name,” says the little Reindeer in Here, which is such a true and precious statement. The book continues to talk about how even though some children may look different, we all have the same heart, and we all want to have our Christmas wishes fulfilled.
The Reindeer in Here stays small for your child’s small hand, and his small size just makes it easier for him to hug. You can personalize your book by writing in your child’s name to make it extra special. At the end of the story, your kiddo can even name their new Reindeer in Here. Reindeer in Here arrives at beginning of December and leaves Christmas Eve with Santa Claus. Fluffy and intricately designed, his big blue eyes have that Christmas twinkle in them, and his soft fur is so cuddly! Be sure to stay tuned to our YouTube channel for a magical Christmas video coming soon.
Reindeer in Here has already received The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval for 2018, among other prestigious awards like the 2018 Hot Diggity Dog Award, two awards in the Book and Preferred Choice categories for Creative Child Awards, and more! You can start your own Reindeer in Here tradition for $29.99 and can be purchased on Amazon, and in stores at Learning Express and in Hallmark stores, or you can go to www.ReindeerinHere.com to see which of your local stores carry this sweet holiday tradition in the making using their easy to use store finder. You should know that Amazon is slighty more expensive, but if you have Amazon prime, it’s worth the extra cost to get your new Reindeer in Here in hand within two days!
Big thank you to Reindeer in Here for sending us a new way to get us in the holiday spirit! We are so happy to be a part of this amazing story – being different is normal! I can’t wait to share this magical tale with my little ones … when the time is right, of course. First, we must feast on candy for Halloween!

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Shabby Chic Boho: REINDEER IN HERE, A TRUE CHRISTMAS FRIEND

I love going to everyone’s blogs to see what their Elf On The Shelf has been up to each night.  I guess it’s the magical feel of a mischevious little elf that makes it exciting.  I realize that not everyone feels my excitement when it comes to this beloved Christmas tradition.   As much as I love finding elves on the shelf on blogs and social media sites, I equally hate when people are being rude and obnoxious on the posts.  For those that fall into the latter category, or if their elf is taking a vacation this year, how about a  Reindeer In Here instead?  A person would have to be a downright scrooge not to fall in love with these plush, adorable, reindeer. What some parents will find appealing is that you don’t have to move the Reindeer at night like you do the Elf on the Shelf.

I received a Reindeer In Here gift set for review purposes and I can’t wait until December to show it to the kids. I just about ruined their Elf on the Shelf experience last year, but that’s a whole other post. Unlike the Elf on the Shelf, Reindeer In Here spends the month of December getting to know your tots and helps each individual child learn to celebrate that BEING DIFFERENT IS NORMAL. Please see below to learn more.

You can use the online store locator feature at reindeerinhere.com or even buy it on Amazon. If you use my link to make a purchase, I will receive a small commission at no extra charge to you. Amazon Reindeer In Here

There are several options to purchase Reindeer In Here, you can buy the plush Reindeer sold separately, the Reindeer In Here book also sold separately, or, you can buy the Reindeer In Here and the follow along book, gift set. There are three options and one adorable theme to celebrate being a kid. They can take their new friend anywhere and everywhere and it’s absolutely okay to touch their reindeer. Its magic will not disappear because the magic is in the eye of the beholder. Amazon says it best with it states that “Reindeer In Here enhances holiday fun while instilling in youngsters feelings of love, acceptance, and continuous good cheer!”

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Life of Dad: EPISODE 259 – ADAM REED

ON THE SHOW

Adam Reed talks with The Life of Dad After Show host, Art Eddy about how he came up with a new invention which started a new holiday tradition for his family and other families around the world. Adam also shares with Art how a children’s book came to him in a dream and how that idea led to an award winning book. The guys also talk about the many joys of being a dad.

ABOUT ADAM REED

Adam Reed is a father of two young children in LA. He cherishes being a dad. By day he’s a Hollywood  TV producer, but what he loves most in life is being a dad to Peyton, and Weston. He created a new Christmas tradition last year called Reindeer in Here initially for his own family when he couldn’t find a viable positive option to Elf on the Shelf, which he saw has having many negative attributes.

Reindeer In Here in under one year’s time is now an Amazon #1 New Release, an Amazon #1 Best Seller, and has won six major awards. Some of the awards were the Gold Mom’s Choice Award, and Best Book of the Year for the Creative Child Magazine Awards.

Now to see people truly responding to the reindeer character and its unique friends in the book Adam wrote, the story, Christmas tradition, and core message of ‘different is normal,’ really means so much to Adam.

Adam is the founder and CEO of Reed’s, a brand whose mission is to create “BIG stories for tiny people” through creativity and innovation.  Always the storyteller, Adam is also the President of Emmy winning production company Thinkfactory Media.  He lives in Playa Del Rey with his wife Jennifer, and their two children.

ABOUT THE LIFE OF DAD AFTER SHOW

If you are looking for more of these types of podcasts check out the rest of the Life of Dad After Show podcasts. 

We are pleased to have another podcast here at Life of Dad, and we focus the show on dad bloggers. Each week, host Art Eddy showcases a father in the dad blogging community. The topics range from sports to movies to comics to video games to technology to parenthood to anything that comes up, really. Absolutely nothing is off-limits at The Life of Dad After Show…Enjoy! Find us on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher Radio and iHeartRadio.

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Parenting In Progress: Fall Toy Preview: Must-Have Toys for a Fantastic Fall

Reindeer In Here:

It might be fall now but the holidays will be here in the blink of an eye.  So I have already started planning for the holidays.  We love all of our traditions but there is always room for fun new ones too.  This new hassle-free tradition is a lot of fun and teaches children it’s ok to be different.  They will receive their reindeer early in December as their first gift from Santa for the year.  Each night they will have fun adventures with their reindeer pal as he learns more about your child’s likes, dislikes, and wishes to report back to Santa.  It’s a fun new tradition that will make the holidays extra fun this year.

Grownups start planning for the holiday season way before the leaves change and the Halloween candy has been distributed. The National Parenting Center just announced one more thing to consider for anyone with tots awaiting the arrival of Santa. Last year’s Black Friday bestseller, Reindeer In Here, has just won the 2018 Seal of Approval for a less stressful holiday experience! What parent couldn’t use that?

The coveted Seal of Approval program by The National Parenting Center focuses on helping parents tackle the challenges and enjoy the many rewards of parenting. No time is more overwhelming than Christmas planning, shopping, wrapping, and cooking, so who needs to move a mischievous elf around the house before the kiddies awake every single day?

“For those ready to change things up,” begins the glowing review by The National Parenting Center, “Reindeer In Here offers a cute, loving and stress-free alternative to help you celebrate the magic of Christmas throughout the month of December.”

Created by a Dad, the Reindeer In Here book and plush “magically” arrive in early December, setting the stage for a new yearly Christmas tradition.  It’s the child’s very first gift of the holiday season from Santa — and can return year after year.  Read part of the delightful 2018 Seal of Approval review, below:

“Parents couldn’t wait to embrace a new, positive and refreshing tradition. The reasonably priced kit comes in a beautiful box and includes a book introducing the Reindeer tradition to your children, as well as the cute Reindeer plush. The plush is a good size and struck parents as being of a great quality, which meant that it could last through several Christmases.”

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BenSpark Family Adventures: REINDEER IN HERE – OUR SOON TO BE NEW CHRISTMAS TRADITION

Like most parents who celebrate Christmas you may be considering an elf on the Shelf. We have had one for several years and our Fitzy is a beloved member of the family. The kids cannot wait for his return the day after Thanksgiving. I am fortunate that my children still have Christmas magic in their hearts and believe in Santa Claus. However, I’m getting a bit tired of Elf on the Shelf and his rules. You can’t touch him and you have to move him every night. Many an evening either myself or Allison has shot up in bed to curse, “I forgot to move the #$!!@ elf!” It is a bit exhausting but we started this thing and have to see it through. Had Reindeer in Here been an option way back when then we certainly would have gone that route.

We received our Reindeer in Here for free to check out and review. If you buy one make sure you gt to the box first as it says Reindeer in Here on the box. The one day that Andrew goes out to get the boxes for me was this day. Hopefully he will not remember when our Reindeer comes to stay with us on December 1st.

Reindeer in Here was created by dadpreneur, Adam reed. Adam is a father of two and a Hollywood TV producer. Being a dad is what he loves most in life. He created a new Christmas tradition last year called Reindeer in Here http://www.reindeerinhere.com initially for his own family when he couldn’t find a viable positive option to Elf on the Shelf, which he saw has having many negative attributes.

As Fatherly.com said, “the Reindeer’s concept is simple: Take everything you hate about Elf on the Shelf – children can’t touch him, he’s an evil creeper who spies on kids, and parents have to come up with zany adventures for him every night (when they’re exhausted from chasing around their little ones all day, no less) – and do the absolute opposite. It’s brilliant.”

Reindeer In here in under one year’s time is now an Amazon #1 New Release, an Amazon #1 Best Seller, and has won six major awards in the past few months including the Gold Mom’s Choice Award, and Best Book of the Year for the Creative Child Magazine Awards.

Actually, Reindeer in Here is now up to eight awards. The most recent of which was the coveted National Parenting Product Award.

The Reindeer in Here package comes with the Reindeer, a cute little guy that is very huggable. He has one small antler, the thing that makes him different. Then there is a book which tells the untold story of the reindeer and how they have come up with an idea for Santa to know each child better. As the child bonds with their Reindeer Santa, in turn will learn more about the child. Kids can take this little guy everywhere, talk to him, play with him and even write notes for their reindeer to take back to Santa.

Our Reindeer in Here will arrive on December 1st as the first gift of Christmas. We’ll read the story which talks about the Reindeer, which the kids will name, and all the reindeer’s friends. The story talks most about how each person is different and the core message is that ‘different is normal’. The things that make each person different are those that make them unique. I am looking forward to seeing how the kids respond to this new Christmas tradition.

Last year Reindeer in Here sold out. So, if you want to get one for your kids this year then make sure you order one soon. If you would be so kind, we’d appreciate it if you used our Amazon affiliate link to make your purchase.

More about Adam Reed:

Adam is the founder and CEO of Reed’s™ , a brand whose mission is to create “BIG stories for tiny people” through creativity and innovation. Reed’s™ was launched with the 2017 sold-out Christmas tradition, Reindeer In Here® which is now a U.S. best-seller and global brand. Always the storyteller, Adam is also the President of Emmy® winning production company Thinkfactory Media. He lives in Playa Del Rey with his wife Jennifer, and their two children.

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KidsKinTha: “Reindeer in Here”: Interview with Author Adam Reed

“Reindeer in Here” is an adorable book and plush set that just won the 2018 Seal of Approval for a less stressful holiday experience! The coveted Seal of Approval program by The National Parenting Center focuses on helping parents tackle the challenges and enjoy the many rewards of parenting.

Created by a Dad, the “Reindeer In Here” book and plush “magically” arrive in early December, setting the stage for a new yearly Christmas tradition.  It’s the child’s very first gift of the holiday season from Santa — and can return year after year.

Recently author Adam Reed discussed his experiences creating the book and his plans for the future.

Meagan Meehan (MM): What inspired you to create “Reindeer in Here” and had you had experience with toys in the past?

Adam Reed (AR): I wanted a great Christmas tradition to start with my kids and didn’t feel there was one out there that was just right. Many had elements of what I wanted for my family, but none had all.  Worse yet, the market leader, here to only be referred to as ‘the elf,’ I felt had too many negatives for my family. I didn’t want the stress of moving it every day, I didn’t want my kids to be afraid of it watching their every move, and I didn’t want my kids to be afraid to touch it for fear it will lose its Christmas magic. And when I started doing research, I realized there were millions of other families who felt the same way I did, so I decided to create a new one!

MM: Why did you decide to focus on a reindeer character and how inspired were you by “Elf on the Shelf”?

AR: I wanted the most magical Christmas character possible outside of Santa. For me, that had to be a reindeer. But not just any reindeer, the most adorable plush and animated reindeer ever created. I spent six months researching every plush and animated reindeer that had ever been created, and worked with my amazing illustrator Izzy Bean on numerous drafts to get the perfect look and feel. Most importantly I wanted “Reindeer In Here” to be DIFFERENT. So, despite many people telling me I shouldn’t, I decided to make one antler smaller than the other so it stood out from all the other reindeer.  I wanted it to be different, because being different is normal, and that should be celebrated.

MM: What was it like to get the book written and illustrated?

AR: It’s a heck of a process. It took me over a year to get it right. I wrote, rewrote, worked with my editor, and then rewrote it and tweaked it again.  I literally wrote about 50 versions before I locked it.  Note, after we sold out in 2017, and I saw the response to the reindeer and how everyone responded so positively to it ‘being different’, this year I added 10 more pages, and four more ‘different is normal characters.” So, if you got last years’ edition, congrats it is now a collector’s item as you literally cannot get them anymore. I have ten left that I own myself.

MM: The toy is so soft; how did you find a company to produce it?

AR: I am lucky enough to have an incredible manufacturing and distribution partner, and we have worked very hard to refine the look and feel of it over the last year. It is extremely soft and cuddly, and you don’t see that type of fur on hardly any plush. We custom die that color and that length for each reindeer. Quality is very important to our brand.

MM: What were the challenges of getting both the book and toy produced, packaged, and into stores?

AR: Every day is a challenge.  I have never done this before. I self-published my first book and put it on Amazon. Last year we had to source the plush, the box, and the book all separately and then box them up and ship them to amazon. A lot of it was just trying to find any way possible to get it to market and I was determined to do so. Last year we only sold on Amazon, this year we are in over 1200 retailers including Hallmark and Learning Express. The brand, success story and message has spread like wildfire and it’s been awesome. But it hasn’t been easy. I met with a bunch of retailers, spoke in front of them, and talked to them to help them understand why this isn’t just another ‘elf’, it is something completely different. To their credit, they, and my manufacturing partners have believed since day one. I owe a lot of credit to Gene and Brenda who run the company that manufactures and distributes the brand, as well as all the retailers they have introduced me too.  I firmly believe in supporting independent retailers, so much so, that despite having an opportunity to go into big box stores for 2018, I passed it up to focus on and commit to the independent retailer.

MM: The book is very interactive and asks kids to name their reindeer, so what have they come up with?

AR: AMAZING names!  My daughter named hers Fuzzy, but they range from Ehop, Bobb-O, Snowtop, and Snuggles, to Bob, Furry, Snow Angel, Billy, and Crinkle. Kids are so imaginative it warms my heart to see what they come up with.

MM: What experiences with fans have been most memorable to you and why?

AR: The emails and direct messages I have got from parents are incredible. I had no idea what an impact this little reindeer could have on families but I see it almost every day. Parents and children really respond to the ‘different is normal’ message, and that is the reason I get most emails. Because for whatever reason their child feels different, and so they use the book as not only a Christmas tradition to bring back every year but to highlight that everyone is different and being different is normal.  Before I sold one reindeer, I got an email from a woman who runs an amazing non-profit called The Lucky Fin Project, an amazing organization for children with limb differences.  Once I read that email, and I had heard how much it resonated with her and her daughter, I knew this little reindeer had the opportunity to literally change lives.  I keep that email in the front of my journal to this day to make sure I never forget what I am truly doing this.

MM: Overall, what are your biggest goals for the future of “Reindeer in Here”? For instance, might you write a sequel or create another book/character?

AR: BIG BIG goals, only some of which I can speak about here, but I can tell you I am just getting started. Yes, there will be other books and plush based on characters in this book, but that is just the beginning of the plan. What I can tell you is that no other Christmas tradition brand will do what we have planned, and although I can’t reveal the details yet, I can tell you everyone will be talking about it.

MM: Is there anything else that you would like to mention?

AR: Remember…being different is normal, and that should be celebrated!

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The book can be found at many specialty stores including Hallmark and Learning Express. To find a neighborhood store nearby, simply click on their online Store Finder map at www.ReindeerInHere.com. There is also a limited supply available on Amazon.

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Dream Team Toys Review: REINDEER IN HERE, A CHRISTMAS FRIEND FROM SANTA!

Christmas traditions.. I love them! I love making new ones as well, especially when it comes to making them with my family.

This is an alternative to the Elf On A Shelf (which personally, we have never done). The stress of having to change the location of the elf is no more! Ha!

With Reindeer In Here, Santa brings a reindeer to every child on the first day of December. He sends them a friend so that he can find out the wishes of each child and of course to see if they have been good. Oh and your child gets to name their reindeer, how fun is that?!

On Christmas Eve, Santa will bring all the children Christmas gifts in exchange for their reindeer friend, until next December of course, when their Reindeer Christmas friend comes back!

Your child will adore this soft plush reindeer and will enjoy all of the adventures they will have all through December! Reindeer In Here also received The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval!  

Here is some information about the Author:

ABOUT ADAM REED, THE AUTHOR
Although never intending to be an author, Adam Reed has always been a storyteller. When not being a dad, he is President of Los Angeles-based Emmy nominated production company, Thinkfactory Media, one of the most prolific scripted and unscripted production companies in the business. He has created and produced over 500 hours of television — producing such notable series including Gene Simmons Family Jewels (A&E), Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars (WEtv), Mama June: From Not to Hot (WEtv), and Sun Records (CMT). He was the youngest producer ever to be listed in the Hollywood Reporter’s exclusive Reality Power List. Adam lives in Playa Del Rey, California with his wife and two young children, to whom his first two books are dedicated.

You can purchase these on Amazon and other specialties stores, like Hallmark and Learning Express for right around $30.00. You can find out more info here.

Amazon has them available now, click here!

This is definitely something I am excited about this Christmas season!

– A Christmas ready Mommy B

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