1 edition of Because of the Rabbit found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||Nov 05, 2019|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
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She perfectly captures the stress of going from a home-school environment to a public school classroom as well as the high expectations to find a best friend. Cynthia Lord is the award-winning author of Rules, a Newbery Honor Book and a Schneider Family Book Award winner, as well as the critically acclaimed Half a Chance, A Handful of Stars, and Because of the Rabbit.
Emma convinces him to take it home for the night. Internet Archive Open Library Book Donations 300 Funston Avenue San Francisco, CA 94118• Newbery Honor-winning author Cynthia Lord has written a beautiful and sensitive book about being different and staying true to yourself. Archives Archives Categories Categories Tags. Her older brother, Owen, was her constant companion until he started high school and built a social life all his own. Jack, of course, didn't mean to hurt them by revealing their secrets, he simply doesn't know any better.
Before Emma goes to public school for the first time, Jack hands her a two-sided one but tells her not to look at it until she needs it. More than anything, Emma wants to make a Because of the Rabbit friend in school.
: Jack flickers his fingers, especially when he's nervous. How Ivan confronts his harrowing past yet stays true to his nature exemplifies everything youngsters need to know about courage.
RT : Something for every lover! An uplifting sequel told with heart and humor. : Emma's brother Owen, who is four years older than she is, has already been attending public school for a year. Emma convinces her father to bring him home for the night.
Be sure to visit my store for the full product! Fitz Gerald, from the Aug. From Emma's relationship with her brother to her insecurities about attending school to her procrastination in calling a family that's lost a rabbit, her emotions are mixed but layered and evident to readers.
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Newbery Honor-winning author Cynthia Lord has written a sensitive and accessible book about the challenges of fitting in when you know you're a little different.
But things don't go as planned.
From Emma's relationship with her brother to her insecurities about attending school to her procrastination in calling a family that's lost a rabbit, her emotions are mixed but layered and evident to readers.