Why Is the Sky Blue? by Sally Grindley

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Curious Rabbit wants to know everything there is to know, but when the wise old Donkey who lives in the same field begins to instruct Rabbit, Rabbit finds that he knows more than he thought he did."

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SALLY GRINDLEY has been involved with children 's books nearly all her working life, first as editor of the children 's book club Books for Children, and for almost as long as an author. Her children 's novel, "Spilled Water", won the Smarties Prize Gold Medal. She lives in Cheltenham, England. Susan Varley was born in Blackpool, England, in 1961, and studied illustration and graphic design at Manchester Polytechnic. She is the author-illustrator of "Badger's Parting Gifts, " for which she won the Mother Goose Award as "the most exciting newcomer to British children's book illustration.
Published August 22, 1996 by Andersen Press. 25 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Rabbit, stuck in the middle of a bush, shows Donkey things he's never seen before, and comes up with an answer to the question of the title: The sky is blue ``because that was the only color left in the paint box.'' Donkey's amusement at this unleashes his own exuberance, and his behavior is more...

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