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A taste for rabbit / Linda Zuckerman.

Zuckerman, Linda. (Author).
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Roseau Public Library j ZUC (Text) 35500004175160 Main Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780439869775 (reinforced) :
  • ISBN: 0439869773 (reinforced) :
  • ISBN: 0439869781
  • ISBN: 9780439869782
  • Physical Description: 310 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York : Arthur A. Levine Books, Scholastic, 2007.

Content descriptions

Summary, etc.: Quentin, a rabbit who lives in a walled compound run by a militaristic government, must join forces with Harry, a fox, to stop the sinister disappearances of outspoken and rebellious rabbit citizens.
Awards Note: A Junior Library Guild selection
Reviews

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2007 November #2
    Early in this often-violent animal fantasy, a fox lunches on wild vole: "Harry . . . snapped the spines of the adults one at a time, then, holding the babies by the tails, he bit off their heads." Such behavior normally signals a villain, but here, the ethical lines are less predictably drawn. Harry wears clothes, speaks, and lives in an organized society, as does Quentin, a sentient rabbit who has defected from his oppressive city-state. Intelligent rabbits are unimaginable to Harry, as odd as if "a bunch of grapes . . . stood up on one's plate and said good morning," and a paradigm shift awaits as the characters' paths converge; a horrific crime ring provides the plot's more immediate hook. Quentin's characterization is less sure than Harry's, and the world building feels shaky, especially concerning the time frame for the rabbits' evolution. But Zuckerman writes with a polish that shows off her long experience as a children's-book editor, interpreting classic elements drawn from Robert Adams' influential Watership Down (1972) in a way that feels unexpectedly fresh. Copyright 2007 Booklist Reviews.

Author Notes

Linda Zuckerman worked as a children's book editor for more than thirty-five years, and edited three Caldecott Medal books and two Newbery Honors. I Will Hold You 'Til You Sleep is her first work as an author. Ms. Zuckerman livs in Tigard, Oregon.

Subject: Government, Resistance to > Juvenile fiction.
Rabbits > Juvenile fiction.
Foxes > Juvenile fiction.
Animals > Juvenile fiction.
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