This novel study is a great companion to reading Rabbit Hill by Robert Lawson. Rabbit Hill is a Newberry Medal-winning piece of children’s literature which is easy to read and full of information about rabbits and other animals as well as country life. New Folks are coming to live in the Big House, and Little Georgie and all his animal friends are anxious to find out what they’ll be like. Little Georgie has his first big adventure by himself as he goes to fetch Uncle Analdas with the news, but he has no idea that his exploits are just beginning. Rabbit Hill is a gentle story that will remind your littles why it’s a good idea to practice kindness to animals. It is also a wonderful precursor to reading Watership Down by Richard Adams. This guide will help your child reach a better understanding as he or she reads the book.
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