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Escape from Hat by Adam Kline

Escape from Hat

by Adam Kline

Other authors: Brian Taylor (Illustrator)

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The epic story of Leek, a particularly lucky rabbit in a particularly unlucky situation. After a fateful magic trick sends Leek tumbling into the land of Hat, the rabbit must find his way through deadly peril back to the boy he is sworn to protect. But the land of Hat belongs to the black cats, whose job it is to spread ill luck to their hapless humans. When Millikin discovers his nemesis, Leek, is wandering through his own backyard, he makes it the top priority of all the cats of Hat to rout out Leek and his companions with the help of their unlucky wits and the terrible destruction of the Dimmer-Dammers. Meanwhile, in the land where there is a sun, the boy Cecil is left without the luck - good or ill - of his unseen companions, Leek and Millikin. On his own journey to retrieve both his rabbit and his luck, Cecil must discover the truth behind the unfortunate magic trick, or face a future without any luck at all. From rickety caravans to sea monsters, the parallel journeys of rabbit and boy are a reminder that love and friendship are the greatest magics of all.… (more)



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Summary: Leek is a rabbit who is sent to protect a human boy. An unlucky magic trick lands him in the land of Hat. The realm Leek is stuck in is ruled by cats, who have Dimmer-Dammers. Cecil Bean is the boy who Leek is supposed to protect. Cecil does whatever it takes to bring Leek back into the world of the Sun. This book shows what love and friendship can do.
Personal Reaction: I personally am not a fan of fantasy, it makes me think that all of this can happen which it cannot. I would recommend to this book to fantasy book lovers, it does a good job of veiling fantasy and friendship.
Classroom extension:
1.) I would have students come dressed as their favorite animal.
2.)I would have them incorporate their favorite animal to the story. ( )
  GiselleNieto | Oct 27, 2016 |
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