Rudolph and the Crisp Packet – a short story to colour in
Rudolph and Charlie were young fawns who lived in a deer park. They’d never been to a shop. They didn’t realise that the crisp packet that came into their lives was the packaging that holds the food, not the food itself. How will their encounter with the crisp packet affect their lives and will Rudolph survive his ordeal? 12 A4 pages of text and illustrations to colour in.
This story is set in the grounds of Dyrham Park, a National Trust property in South Gloucestershire. It was written before the sad news that the deer herd there had succumbed to Bovine TB in early 2021. Profits from the sale of this story will be donated to support the National Trust’s conservation work.
Fun for all the family, this is suitable for children and adults alike. Read the story and print and colour the images as you go. Don’t forget to let everyone see how well you can colour.
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