Night Rabbits

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Peachtree Publishers, Feb 19, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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A young girl arrives at a creative solution for peaceful coexistence with the creatures that enchant her but frustrate her father.

This touching, evocative story of a young girl's special relationship with gentle nightttime creatures will capture the hearts of readers of all ages.

Young Elizabeth treasures the rabbits who dance on the lawn in front of her family's summer cabin. On hot, sleepless nights, she goes out to the hammock on the porch and watches a magical nocturnal scene: gentle rabbits frolicking in the grass to a chorus of night sounds.

But the rabbits are eating the grass that her father has cared for all summer, and Elizabeth must come up with a solution that both protects the rabbits and helps her father care for the lawn. Illustrator Michael Montgomery's stunning paintings beautifully reflect the elegant magic and mystery of Posey's story.

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About the author (2007)

Lee Posey works as an education policy consultant and lives in Virginia.

Michael Montgomery has illustrated several children's books. He lives in Georgia.

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