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  • ISBN: 0805073183 (hc : alk. paper) :
  • Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : H. Holt, c2004.

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General Note: A Junior Library Guild selection.
Summary, etc.: When Mother Rabbit knits a warm winter hat for Little Rabbit, he likes it so much that he suggests they make hats for all of their friends as Christmas gifts. Annotation. Shall I knit you a hat to keep your ears warm? A delightful tale of holiday giving When Mother Rabbit knits a cozy winter hat for Little Rabbit, he likes it very much. In fact, he likes it so much that he thinks all of his friends need hats for Christmas. And he has some very creative designs in mind. While Little Rabbit gets wrapped up in the joy of giving, everyone is reminded that friendship is the best gift of any season.
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A Junior Library Guild selection.

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2004 December #1
    PreS. Knitting is such a popular pastime these days, it's no surprise that after Mother Rabbit hears there's a blizzard on the way, she knits a woolly blue cap to cover Little Rabbit's ears. Little Rabbit then suggests making Christmas presents of hats for their friends, and he distracts the horse, the goose, and the others while Mother measures for the chapeaus. Working feverishly (and with Little Rabbit's help), Mother finishes the hats, which are silly and cumbersome as well as very cute, just in time. The recipients' initial response is underwhelming, but after the snow starts flying, the animals quickly become appreciative. Young ones may not understand why there's no thank you from the animals at first, but even missing this point won't diminish their enjoyment much. The acrylic artwork glows with humor and radiates warmth. The design features a varied layout that finds full-page pictures loaded with details juxtaposed with spreads and pages decorated with cameo art. The author and artist, sisters who have collaborated on several illustrated novels, make a promising picture-book debut here. ((Reviewed December 1, 2004)) Copyright 2004 Booklist Reviews.

Author Notes

Kate Klise lives and writes on her forty-acre farm in a valley north of Norwood, Missouri (population: 300 something), where, not long ago, a man at the post office asked her: "Do you make those stories up out of your own head?" Indeed she does!

M. Sarah Klise draws and paints in her studio in Berkeley, California, where she lives with two cats. In addition to her work as an illustrator, Ms. Klise teaches drawing to children and adults in San Francisco's Chinatown. Kate and Sarah are sisters who have previously collaborated on illustrated novels for children. This is their first picture book.

Subject: Rabbits Fiction
Hats Fiction
Knitting Fiction
Domestic animals Fiction
Christmas Fiction
Rabbits Juvenile fiction
Hats Juvenile fiction
Knitting Juvenile fiction
Domestic animals Juvenile fiction
Genre: Christmas stories.
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