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E. Dorinda Shelley’s audiobook “Dasher and the Sleigh-Train” is finally here

The audiobook version of this classic Christmas tale is sure to be a cozy and holiday-appropriate kid’s story for a cold evening by the fireplace.

Grand Rapids, Ohio, USA – WEBWIRE

“A perfect book for those cold winter reading sessions with mom and dad, embodying the magical mood of Christmas spirit.”

In E. Dorinda Shelley’s “Dasher and the Sleigh-Train,” Santa is worried that his sleigh is overcrowded with presents, and on top of that, Dasher Reindeer is sick. Miraculously, the Christmas Eve voyage through the sky, led by the engine’s powerful searchlight, is saved by a toy train. Later, the reindeer visit Dasher in the infirmary and sing a favorite song for him, “Jingle Bells.” He begins to feel better when he hears it and tells them that next Christmas, he will surely be back to help drive the sleigh.
This audiobook by ReadersMagnet, is a classic take on everyone’s favorite Christmas Eve story, featuring characters that everyone know and enjoy. Eleanor A. Hutton’s visually appealing illustrations elegantly and lightheartedly accentuate the book’s mystical and innocent vibe, presenting children and parents with an outstanding format to enjoy reading time, particularly during the Christmas holidays.
E. Dorinda Shelley’s “Dasher and the Sleigh-Train” audiobook is available for purchase. For more info about the author and her other books, visit her website at
Dasher and the Sleigh-Train (Audiobook)
Author | E. Dorinda Shelley
Publisher | ReadersMagnet
Genre | Children’s book / Christmas 
About the Author
“Born in 1940, I grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, blessed with a superb John Burroughs School education. After graduating from Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts with a BA in Zoology, I studied medicine at the University of Missouri (MD 1966) and also trained there in Dermatology. My career encompassed academic dermatology at Stanford, the University of Illinois (Chicago and Peoria) and the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo (now part of the University of Toledo).
“My dermatologist husband and I practiced together while we raised 3 children and published several dermatologic textbooks. We lived on a “farmette” with numerous animals. After he died in 2009, I wrote 3 children’s books (The Helium series) based on our animals, beautifully illustrated by Nora Hutton.
“In recent years I opened a second hand bookstore, Library House Books and Art, LLC in Grand Rapids, Ohio, where I live. This has led me into the fascinating worlds of books, art, and antiques – visual fields, just like dermatology. I particularly enjoy estate auctions and library sales.”
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