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August Book Review 
 August 2003 Book Review:
From Elephants To Eskimos Teacher's Edition
A Section of:  UNIT Four and Five

Roland Rabbit of Snowbunny Hill

Down the hill comes Roland Rabbit of Snowbunny Hill.
He comes with a hop, hop, hop, and a run, run, run.
As he comes down the hill he sings, "Oh-lady-oh.  Oh-lady-oh!"

Snowbunny Hill is a good home for a rabbit like Roland.  Each day
he plays there by himself with a hop, hop, hop,  and a run, run, run.

The snow on the hill looks as white and as soft as Roland's tail.  
The sun makes the white snow on the hill sparkle.

Some days even the sky is white as hundreds and hundreds of
snowflakes come down.

When this happens, Roland hops right into the snow.

He is so happy to be in the snow that he sings, "Oh-lady-oh.  
Oh-lady-oh!

One morning Roland was under a big tree.
He saw children playing on HIS hill.
He could not believe his eyes.
He sang sadly, "Me-oh-my-on.  Me-oh-my-oh!"

Down the hill the children came.
They were going down the hill on sleds here and there and everywhere.  
The children all looked so happy.

"Why are the children sliding down MY hill?"  Roland asked himself.  
"There is no room for me to hop around.  I will follow the children to see
if they are going away."

Hop!  Hop!  Hop!
Roland came out from under his tree.
But, oh, my!  Oh, my!
He was almost run over by a boy sliding down the hill.
The boy did not see Roland.
He did not see the rabbit with the tail that looked like soft white snow.

Before Roland got back to his tree, more children went by him on their sleds.  The sleds whizzed right by Roland's tail and nose.

"Me-oh-my-oh," said Roland, when he got back to the tree.

That afternoon hundreds of snowflakes came down.  Roland wanted to
go out and play some snow games.

But he asked himself sadly, "How can I play my games when all those children are sliding down MY hill?"

Roland sat under his tree and thought and thought and thought and
thought.

At last Roland had an idea.

From this time on when he went back to the hill he would remember
to keep HIS eyes open all the time.  He would watch out for himself
and he would play where he would not be in the children's way.  He
did not want anyone to run  over his nose, or his tail, or anything!

So hop, hop, hop Roland went back to the hill.  Up and down the hill
he ran.  Roland said to himself, "What a good day for snow fun!"

At last Roland went back to his tree.  He wanted to rest and to think.

Roland thought to himself, "It was good to share MY hill with those
children.  There was room enough for everyone to have fun.  If we will
watch out for each other and keep our eyes open at all times, all of us
will be safe.

Just then the snow stopped.  The sun came out, and the snow sparkled again.  Roland and the children went on playing on Snowbunny Hill.

Roland said to himself, "This hill is a good home for a rabbit after all."  
Then he sang, "Oh-lady-oh.  Oh-lady-oh."

THE GIRL WHO ALWAYS WANTED

Once there was a little girl named Geraldine.
She was a good girl.  But she always wanted things to be different
from what they were.

When the day was cold, Geraldine wanted it to be warm.  But when
the day was a warm one, she wanted it to be a cold day.

When her mother made hamburgers for dinner, Geraldine wanted fish.  
But when her mother fixed fish, Geraldine wanted hamburgers to eat.

THE NEW WHITE DRESS

One day in the springtime, Geraldine's mother gave her a new white
dress.  "I am happy to have a new dress," Geraldine said to herself.  
"But a white dress is not for spring.  I want my new dress to be different.  
I want a blue and yellow dress.  Blue and yellow would be best for a springtime dress."

Each time Geraldine put on her new white dress, she wanted it to be
a blue and yellow dress.

At last she said, "I know what I will do.  Somewhere I will find some
blue and yellow colors.  I will look for some blue and yellow flowers.  
Then I can change my white dress to a blue and yellow dress."

THE NEW BLUE AND YELLOW DRESS

Geraldine went for a walk.  She saw yellow dandelions in the meadow.  
She saw blue violets in the woods.

When Geraldine saw these blue and yellow colors, she wanted even
more to change the color of her white dress.  She wanted to change
her dress to the yellow color of the dandelions and the blue color of
the violets.

Geraldine began to work.  She took some dandelions from the
meadow and some violets from the woods.  Then she ran home as
fast as she could go.

At home she squeezed some yellow color out of the dandelions.  
Then she squeezed some blue color out of the violets.

Geraldine used the blue to color the pockets and ribbons of her dress.  
And she used the yellow to color the rest of her new dress.

After her dress was dry, Geraldine put it on and went to the park to
play.

All at once it began to rain.  Geraldine was out in that rain.  She ran
home as fast as she could.  But the rain got Geraldine very wet from
her head to her toes!

Geraldine looked at her wet dress.  She could not believe what had happened to it!

The water had made the blue of her pockets and ribbons run into the
yellow dress.  And the yellow of the rest of the dress ran into the blue pockets and the blue ribbons.  The colors were all mixed up!

Geraldine could not help but cry.  Her dress was not yellow and blue anymore.

What color do you think her dress was after the raindrops got it wet?  
Find the color.  Look at the directions at the top of the next page.

Take a piece of white paper.  Next take a blue crayon and make a
blue ball.  Then take a yellow crayon and color over the blue ball.

What color did you make when you mixed the blue and yellow?
This color was also the color of Geraldine's dress.

Now Geraldine was sad.  She did not like her new green dress.  
She wished very, very much that the dress could be another color.

Geraldine's mother did not like the color of the green dress.  She
liked the white dress.  So she washed the green dress in cold water.  Geraldine had a white dress again.

THE NEW RED and BLUE DRESS

Geraldine had another idea.  She took some flowers from her
mother's vase.  She squeezed blue color out of the violets.  And she squeezed red color out of some tulips.

Geraldine used the red to color the ribbons and the pockets.  She
made the rest of the dress blue.

After her dress was dry, Geraldine put it on.  She went to the corner
store to get some ice cream.  The sun was very hot.  Some of the
ice cream melted on her red and blue dress.  "Now what will I do?" Geraldine asked herself.

She went home and washed her blue and red dress in hot water.

Geraldine looked at her wet dress.  She could not believe what had happened to it!

The hot water had made the red on her pockets and ribbons run into
the blue dress.  The blue color of the dress had run into the red
pockets and the red ribbons.  The colors were all mixed up again!

Geraldine could not help but cry.  Do you know why?  It was
because her dress was not blue and red anymore.






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