The Year of the Rabbit
on Jan. 01, 2013
This book has a lovely flow and sensitivity to the plight of the youngest characters. The images painted of Muskokan life are free of the baggage of today's playground for the rich and very grounded in small town country life - in all its dreary simplicity.
The author did a wonderful sensitive job with the illness of Sera's mother. It was very touching. Sue Stoltz