Being the youngest of seven, no one takes Elsie’s ideas seriously until she surprises her brothers and sisters with an unusual, and unusually successful, new method of catching fish. Fields of clover and cheerful yellow flowers dot the picturesque valley home of the beribboned, bonnetted, and overall-clad rabbit siblings, who set off with fishing poles and picnic baskets in this story about respect, being heard, and being true to yourself.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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