Rudolph or Rudolph is the name of one of the nine reindeer that, according to Christmas mythology, carry Santa's sleigh around the world to distribute Christmas gifts to children. It is the most popular reindeer not only because it is the last one to join the sleigh, but also because of its special
Rudolph or Rudolph is the name of one of the nine reindeer that, according to Christmas mythology, carry Santa's sleigh around the world to distribute Christmas gifts to children. It is the most popular reindeer not only because it is the last one to join the sleigh, but also because of its special red nose. Its history is part of the legends and Christmas stories.
The Rudolph reindeer Christmas story
Once upon a time there was a reindeer named Rudolph who, because he was born with a curious and peculiar red nose, big and bright, walked alone in the world. The other reindeers made fun of Rudolph all the time, with phrases like 'you look like a clown', 'you have an apple in your nose' ... Rudolph felt very ashamed and every day he went further away from the people. His family felt very sorry for him.
The jokes about Rudolph's nose were so annoying and constant that Rudolph ended up pulling away from everyone. Live sad, locked in his house, extremely depressed. With the support of his parents, Rudolph decided to leave the town where he lived and began to walk aimlessly for days, months, years ...
Christmas was coming and Rudolph was still alone on his way. But one night, on Christmas eve, when the stars shone more brightly than on other days in the sky, Santa was preparing his sleigh, like every year. He counted and lined up the 8 reindeer that pull their sleigh to bring gifts to all the children of the world. Santa Claus already had everything ready when suddenly a huge and thick fog covered the whole earth.
Disoriented and frightened, Santa wondered how they would manage to fly the sled if they could not see anything. How would they find the chimneys? Where would they leave the gifts? In the distance, Santa Claus saw a bright red light and began to follow her with his sleigh and reindeer. I did not know what it was about, but as they got closer, they would have a huge surprise. It was reindeer Rudolph! Surprised and happy, Santa asked Rudolph to pull him also from his sleigh. The reindeer could not believe it. He accepted it immediately and with his nose he illuminated and guided Santa through all the houses with children of the world. Fue And that's how Santa Claus
managed to deliver all the gifts on Christmas night, thanks to the effort and collaboration of Rudolph reindeer. Without their red nose, children would be without gifts until today. Rudolph became the most beloved and most admired reindeer of all. A true hero! FIN More Christmas stories for children,