Rahoola's Song by Robert Anke

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With rhyme, humor, and a creative storyline, this picture book illustrates the value of simple joys over materialism. Rahoola is a happy raccoon until an unexpected visitor informs him of a life-changing inheritance. Becoming enamored with his new possessions, Rahoola is driven to collect more and more, until a surprising turn of events reveals the truth about his pile of shiny things.

About Robert Anke

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Robert Anke is a writer and illustrator who has taught various subjects in elementary and middle school for 12 years, currently teaching art in the San Francisco Bay area. His comic strip Running in the Halls was printed in the Contra Costa Sun. He lives in Contra Costa, California.
Published December 15, 2012 by Cupola Press. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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/ … / High in his perch at the top of a tree, / Rahoola sang simply to set a song free.” While Rahoola sings, other raccoons obsessively collect sparkly objects in the moonlight.

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