Rabbit Hill

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Puffin Books, 1977 - Juvenile Fiction - 127 pages
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New folks are coming to live in the Big House. The animals of Rabbit Hill wonder if they will plant a garden and thus be good providers.

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“On every side there arose a continual chattering and squeaking, whispering and whistling, as the Animals discussed the great news. Through it all could be heard again and again the words, ‘New Folks ... Read full review

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Summary: Rabbit hill is the location of the story. The story is about the animals living around Rabbit Hill, and the struggle from the big house being empty. With no one living in the house, there is ... Read full review

Contents

New Folks Coming
11
Mother Worries
27
Little Georgie Sings a Song
35
Copyright

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About the author (1977)

Robert Lawson (1892-1957) received his art training at the New York School of Fine and Applied Arts. His favorite medium, pen and ink, is used expressively and with detail in his black and white illustrations in The Story of Ferdinand (by Munro Leaf). In addition to illustrating many children's books, including Mr. Popper's Penguins, Robert Lawson also wrote and illustrated a number of his own books for children. In 1940, he was awarded the Caldecott Medal for his picture book illustrations in They Were Strong and Good and in 1944, he was awarded the Newbery Medal for his middle grade novel Rabbit Hill.

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