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Who"s in Rabbit"s house? a Masai tale by Verna Aardema

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Published by Dial Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Maasai (African people),
  • Animals,
  • Folklore

Book details:

About the Edition

Rabbit has a problem - someone is inside her house and won"t let her in.

Edition Notes

Statementretold by Verna Aardema ; pictures by Leo and Diane Dillon
ContributionsDillon, Leo, Dillon, Diane
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ8.1.A213 Wf
The Physical Object
Pagination[32] p. :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24870716M
ISBN 100803795505, 0803795513, 0803795491
ISBN 109780803795501, 9780803795518, 9780803795495
LC Control Number77071514
OCLC/WorldCa2966289

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  A great bedtime story sure to keep children fascinated, Who’s in Rabbit’s House is a Masai tale told from the perspective of a play within a play. A monster has invaded Rabbit’s house, and the other animals must gather to help investigate and scare the monster : Penguin Publishing Group. The book was in good condition, and served its purpose well. I loved the expedience on how quickly it arrived. My children loved when "daddy" read them this story at bed time, and now my grandchild can share the same experience when grand-dad reads it to her.5/5(26). Rabbit has a problem: Someone is inside her house and won't let her in.A Masai tale, presented in the form of a play, in which the frog gets the job of getting a monster out of the rabbit's house after the leopard, elephant, and rhino bungle the job. Language: English. Brand new Book. A great bedtime story sure to keep children fascinated, Who's in Rabbit's House is a Masai tale told from the perspective of a play within a play. A monster has invaded Rabbit's house, and the other animals must gather to help investigate and scare the monster away/5().

• WHO'S IN RABBIT'S HOUSE? - written by Verna Aardema, illustrated by Leo and Diane Dillon. • A STORY, A STORY - written and illustrated by Gail E. Haley. • THE VILLAGE OF ROUND & SQUARE HOUSES - written and illustrated by Ann Grifalconi. This title has won the following awards: Caldecott Honor Book, CINE Golden Eagle. WHO’S IN RABBIT’S HOUSE? By Verna Aardema & illustrated by Leo & Diane Dillon (Dial Books for Young Readers) Themes: African Culture/Folktales Grade Level: Pre-K-2 Running Time: 13 minutes SUMMARY WHO’S IN RABBIT’S HOUSE? is an African folktale, presented as a play, about a rabbit whose home becomes inhabited by a mean creatureFile Size: 4KB. Who’s in Rabbit’s House?is an African folktale, presented as a play, about a rabbit whose home becomes inhabited by a mean creature called “The Long One.” Rabbit’s animal friends come by, one by one, and see Rabbit sitting outside her Size: KB. As we watch, the play unfolds before our eyes and we wonder along with Rabbit, just who could be inside and how they will ever get things back to normal. This is the School Library Journal Best Book of the Year. (Would make a great partner book .

  In this delightful book by Verna Ardema, Rabbit comes home to find that a “bad animal” is inside her house. She can’t see who it is, but when she starts to open the door, a booming voice says, “I am the long one. I eat trees and trample on elephants. Go away! Or I’ll trample on you!” Rabbit is frightened and dismayed. Who's in Rabbit's House? | The opening pages of the book set the scene as the expectant onlookers gather before the drawn curtain. Then, as the play begins, the perspective shifts and reader becomes the real audience to this unique performance. Who’s in Rabbit’s House? Acclaimed playwright Chinaka Hodge adapted a Masai folktale and Verna Aardema’s book into a vibrant play filled with Afrobeat and hip-hop music. “Who’s in Rabbit’s House?” tells the story of how a community mobilizes and works together to speak out against bullying and defend individual rights. About Who’s in Rabbit’s House? A great bedtime story sure to keep children fascinated, Who’s in Rabbit’s House is a Masai tale told from the perspective of a play within a play. A monster has invaded Rabbit’s house, and the other animals must gather to help investigate. .