Rembrandt's Hat by Susan Blackaby

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On what began as a fine day, a bear named Rembrandt lost his hat. As all of us do now and then, Rembrandt meets up with an unlucky day. He loses something special, something that belonged to him, something hard to replace. It is a frustrating predicament, especially as a bossy bird, a bored cat, and an outspoken rabbit decide to help. Too polite and accommodating to refuse, Rembrandt must find—little by little—a way to take care of things on his own.
With unique mixed-media illustrations, Mary Newell DePalma brings to life this world populated by quirky animals and stylish hats, and together art and text reveal the merits and rewards of patience and perseverance.
 

About Susan Blackaby

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Susan Blackaby is the author of Rembrandt's Hat (Houghton Mifflin), named a Top Ten Picture Book of the Year by the Washington Post, as well as many leveled readers for the educational market. She lives in Portland, Oregon. Mary Newell DePalma's illustrations have appeared in newspapers, books, and magazines. Some of her assignments have involved drawing giraffes, cans of shrimp, mice, matchsticks, and pork chops. The Strange Egg is the first children's book that she has both written and illustrated. She lives in Boston with her husband and their two children.
 
Published March 26, 2002 by HMH Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Many of Rembrandt’s portraits show the subject in a fine hat, the inspiration for this charming tale of a teddy bear searching for the perfect hat.

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