Kevin is a rabbit whose size, adventures and very skillfully humanized attitudes and gestures recall the other tiny books...

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KEVIN

Kevin is a rabbit whose size, adventures and very skillfully humanized attitudes and gestures recall the other tiny books through which Mary Chalmers is making an unforgettable place for herself in children's literature. Quite simply, Kevin leaves his beloved home in the woods for a spell in the city, makes two new friends, and returns far happier than he was before. The utter solemnity with which the story is told and the absence of any attempt at cuteness in the adorable tiny pictures are two reasons for Mary Chalmers' success.

Pub Date: March 6, 1953

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Harper

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1957