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I'm a hare, so there! / story and pictures by Julie Rowan-Zoch.

By: Rowan-Zoch, Julie [author, illustrator.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2021Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustratons ; 19 x 27 cmISBN: 0358125065; 9780358125068; 0358125006; 9780358125006Subject(s): Children's stories | Hares -- Juvenile fiction | Ground squirrels -- Juvenile literature | Desert animals -- Juvenile fiction | Friendship -- Juvenile fiction | Sonoran Desert -- Juvenile fictionDDC classification: [E] Summary: When a chipmunk mistakes Hare for a rabbit, Hare puts him in his place. But actually, the chipmunk is a GROUND SQUIRREL. Or so he says. Ever wondered about the difference between a turtle and a tortoise? Or a sheep and goat? So have Rabbit and Chipmunk--er, I mean, Hare and Squirrel! This hilarious look at dynamic duos in the animal kingdom pokes fun at the lookalike animals we all love, while delivering a gentle lesson on appreciating differences and standing up for what you know to be true about yourself. -- Publisher Annotation.
List(s) this item appears in: E Kids books
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Fiction E FIC ROW (Browse shelf) Checked out 04/14/2021 34258000330062
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Author, illustrator, bookseller, and activist: Julie Rowan-Zoch grew up collecting freckles and chasing hermit crabs in NY, and spent years slicing rich breads in Germany before waking up to 300 days of blue Colorado skies. If she doesn't answer the door, look in the garden!

AGES: 4 to 7.

When a chipmunk mistakes Hare for a rabbit, Hare puts him in his place. But actually, the chipmunk is a GROUND SQUIRREL. Or so he says. Ever wondered about the difference between a turtle and a tortoise? Or a sheep and goat? So have Rabbit and Chipmunk--er, I mean, Hare and Squirrel! This hilarious look at dynamic duos in the animal kingdom pokes fun at the lookalike animals we all love, while delivering a gentle lesson on appreciating differences and standing up for what you know to be true about yourself. -- Publisher Annotation.

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