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Shadrach

Author: Meindert De Jong; Maurice Sendak
Publisher: New York : Harper, 1953.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Davie finds it almost unbelievable that he has a pet rabbit all his own, and he's devastated on the day he goes out to the barn and finds that Shadrach has slipped out of his hutch and disappeared. Based on the author's own childhood in the Netherlands, this tells of Davie's great joy when his grandfather promises him a real rabbit for his very own pet and the anxious days until it finally arrives. Even after Davie  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Meindert De Jong; Maurice Sendak
ISBN: 0060215461 9780060215460 0064401154 9780064401159 0606005722 9780606005722 9780758703101 0758703104
OCLC Number: 907003
Awards: Newbery Honor Book, 1954.
Target Audience: 3.; 710
Description: 182 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Responsibility: written by Meindert De Jong ; pictures by Maurice Sendak.

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Davie finds it almost unbelievable that he has a pet rabbit all his own, and he's devastated on the day he goes out to the barn and finds that Shadrach has slipped out of his hutch and disappeared. Based on the author's own childhood in the Netherlands, this tells of Davie's great joy when his grandfather promises him a real rabbit for his very own pet and the anxious days until it finally arrives. Even after Davie had had the little black rabbit, Shadrach, for several weeks, it was still almost unbelievable. Every morning when Davie woke up it was a miracle all over again -- there in his grandfather's barn sat a wriggle black rabbit, and it was his. David had never been happier-- until the day Shadrach slipped through the stats of his hutch and disappeared.

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