The Vixen Pederson Workshop

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Sam’s Teen Reads Corner reviews The Vixen Pederson Workshop by Maxine Sylvester

About the Book

The Vixen Pederson Workshop; Maxine Sylvester
Children; Christmas; 397 Pages

Amazon Digital Services LLC – November 15, 2019

Destination North Pole! Santa’s top reindeer, Vixen Pederson, is hosting a teamwork workshop—and Ronaldo has his flying goggles packed and ready to go!
In training for a sleigh race, the cadets must work together to win the ultimate prize—Jingle Bells! But Ronaldo’s dream turns into a nightmare when Cupid joins his side. She’s the worst flying cadet, ever! And his squabbling teammates are plotting to put her out of the race.
But Cupid isn’t who she appears to be. And when Ronaldo discovers she is the granddaughter of a world-famous flying champion, he suspects she is guarding a secret. And the only way to lead his team to victory—is to find out what it is.

About the Author

Maxine Sylvester was born in London, England. She grew up with a passion for Winnie the Pooh and Paddington Bear. She also loved anything Disney and enjoyed drawing the characters.
Maxine’s love of ‘fun’ art grew and she had the privilege of being mentored by cartoonist and caricaturist, Steve Chadburn. She completed further studies in children’s book illustration with talented artist and illustrator, Jan Nesbitt.

Sam’s Review

Sam’s Teen Reads Corner features two new books by Maxine Sylvester

Ronaldo is back! And this story follows the birthday of his best friend, Rudi, as they go to the North Pole, meeting new friends and learning new things about themselves. Cute and funny just like the others, the main lesson in this one is that it’s ok to accept the fact that you are different, followed by strength in numbers. I would recommend this series to young children who are animal lovers and holiday lovers.

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Sam’s Teen Reads Corner reviews The Vixen Pederson Workshop by Maxine Sylvester

More by this author:

Rudi’s Birthday Extravaganza (Book 3)

Ronaldo & the Phantom Carrot Snatcher (Book 2)


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