One of those rare picture books that resonates, in word and image, with the wisdom of myth and folklore, Catkin tells the story of a cat who is so small he can sit in the palm of a child's hand. Given to a farmer and his wife to keep watch over their baby girl, Catkin proves his merit when he must rescue the child from the merry, heedless Little People.
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Antonia Barber baby beside bind bough's end branches sweep Candlewick Carrie and Catkin cat so small Catkin saw Catkin thought childless Christopher Medal closer than friend curled danced dark Lady dark Lord deep inside delight drink enchantment English folklore eyes farmer forever forget the past go free gold golden green hillside grief grieve hair hazel catkins hazel stream heard heart hollow hill ILLUSTRATED BY P.J. inside the hill judgement Kate Greenaway Medal keep watch knee knew Lady cried Lady loved Lady's land laughing little cat lived loved the child magic Mouse hunter nights grow old mother outwit P.J. Lynch Paperback ISBN rabbit hole rode round green hill set Catkin shadows sleeping child smiled solve speak his name spoke these words story strange sweep the sky tale tell Thistle three riddles told waters weep wife willow pool wisdom Wise Woman