Hare and the Big Green Lawn
Illustrated in colorful watercolors by Larry MacDougall
Hare moves from the country to the suburbs. He likes his little house, but not his big green lawn. Hare lets the grass die and turn into mud. How the neighbors, Skunk, Bobcat, and Raven, stare! Find out what happens to Hare’s lawn in this story about a faithful hare and how he finally brings his neighbors together. Here’s an excerpt: “Hare moved away from the country. He took the smallest house, with the biggest lawn, at the end of the street. He liked his little house. But why was his yard short and bright green, nothing like home? ‘This must be fixed,’ Hare said to himself.” In the back of the book is a page explaining how to grow your own meadow.
Hare and the Big Green Lawn was recognized as book-of-the-month in the National Wildlife Federation’s magazine for children, Your Big Backyard. Hare and the Big Green Lawn is published by Rising Moon. You can buy Hare and the Big Green Lawn at www.amazon.com or visit the websites www.northlandpub.com or www.rlpgbooks.com or phone 800-462-6420.