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  • 0 of 1 copy available at North Kansas City.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
North Kansas City Public Library JE HOR (Text) 0001002441465 JUV Easy New Checked out 05/17/2021

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"Hare's meadow is a beautiful place, but he can't tell whether it's the best place in the world. His friends all say it is. The rabbits love to run and play together in the fields, the birds love to sing to Hare from high up in the trees, and Bear loves the bees and the honey they share with everyone. But Hare still isn't certain, so he sets off to explore the world and find out for himself. He discovers green fields, gushing rivers, and starlit deserts. His friends would surely love these places, too, but they're all back in the meadow without him...which leads Hare to realize something important. In a gorgeously written and illustrated story, Petr Horácek masters a tender new tone and delivers a thoughtful meditation on what makes a home."-- inside cover
Subject: Hares > Juvenile fiction.
Rabbits > Juvenile fiction.
Animals > Juvenile fiction.
Friendship > Juvenile fiction.
Genre: Picture books.
Animal fiction.

Syndetic Solutions - Summary for ISBN Number 9781536212853
The Best Place in the World
The Best Place in the World
by Horacek, Petr (Author, Illustrator)
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The Best Place in the World


Leaving his beloved meadow behind helps Hare discover what makes it such a special place in this captivating new book from acclaimed author-illustrator Petr Horácek. Hare's meadow is a beautiful place, but he can't tell whether it's the best place in the world. His friends all say it is. The rabbits love to run and play together in the fields, the birds love to sing to Hare from high up in the trees, and Bear loves the bees and the honey they share with everyone. But Hare still isn't certain, so he sets off to explore the world and find out for himself. He discovers green fields, gushing rivers, and starlit deserts. His friends would surely love these places, too, but they're all back in the meadow without him . . . which leads Hare to realize something important. In a gorgeously written and illustrated story, Petr Horácek masters a tender new tone and delivers a thoughtful meditation on what makes a home.

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