Rabbits Rabbits Everywhere

Rabbits Rabbits Everywhere
A Fibonacci Tale

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By: Ann McCallum / Illustrated by: Gideon Kendall

Two, four, six, eight . . . figure out the multiply rate!

Each week the residents of Chee take a portion of their bountiful crops to the wizard who lives on the hill. One week the Pied Piper decides that the wizard doesn't deserve his full portion. The next day two rabbits appear in a field. The day after that, there are two more rabbits. Each day the number of rabbits increases and they are eating everything in their path. It is up to a young girl named Amanda to save Chee's crops by figuring out the pattern by which the rabbits multiply.

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Author & Illustrator Bios:

Ann McCallum, author

Ann McCallum is the author of several books, including Eat Your Math Homework; Eat Your Science Homework; Rabbits, Rabbits Everywhere; and Beanstalk: The Measure of a Giant. She is currently a high school teacher in Maryland, though she started her teaching career in a one-room schoolhouse in northern Canada. She also taught English composition in the United Arab Emirates for five years.

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Gideon Kendall, illustrator

Gideon Kendall was born in Austin, Texas, and lived on a commune in rural West Virginia between the ages of 5 and 12. With an actor/director father and an artist/dancer mom, he was fortunate to be brought up in an environment that nurtured creativity. His mother instilled in him a love of drawing at an early age. She left a ballpoint pen in his crib, and Gideon covered his sheets with drawings of cars, roads, and buildings. He developed an equal love for Dr. Seuss, M.C. Escher, Robert Crumb, Durer, Daumier, and superhero comics. He graduated high school in the Philadelphia area and then moved to New York City to study art.

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ISBN: 978-1-57091-896-4

ISBN: 978-1-60734-159-8 PDF
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Ages: 6-9
Page count: 32
81/2 x 91/2

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