Childrens book about running away

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The RUNAWAY BUNNY by Margaret Wise Brown. Grandma Annii's Storytime.

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I remember two runaway chapter books that made me jealous for such a wonderful adventure. They bookend my list. And these runaway kids were not even angry at their parents. My Side of the Mountain made me want to live in a burned out gigantic tree, subsiding by foraging off the land with a pet falcon, no less. From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs.

Basil E. Frankweiler , which tells the story of a brother and sister who run away to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art , passed away last Friday. While the details of the story are fuzzy to me now particularly why a couple of runaway kids would choose the Met over, say, the Museum of Natural History , I remember the novel fondly. It plays on wish fulfillment for its young readers, and the fantasy of running away from home to live somewhere more special; and unlike Narnia or Never Never Land , a museum is actually accessible, and Konigsburg made the fantasy world tangible and all the more tantalizing to kids reading her book. From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Frankweiler by E. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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  1. Brice V. says:

    A hard-hitting, well-crafted story of great emotional range that has an important message about personal growth and friendship, this novel is suitable for strong readers between the ages of 10 and

  2. Riszomimon says:

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