Yearling (1989), 320 pages
The adventures of seven-year-old Rufus Moffat, living with his widowed mother and older siblings including his encounter with an invisible piano player and his attempts at ventroliquism.
Original publication date
320 p.; 7.4 inches
0440401925 / 9780440401926
LibraryThing member satyridae
Warm and sweet. This book is, in addition to being a story about Rufus Moffat and his siblings, a snapshot of America at the end of WWII. I enjoyed it. I do loathe Louis Slobodkin's illustrations, though. I had to not look at them as I read.
LibraryThing member Karra.MCDS
Rufus is a young 7 year old boy that is the youngest in the Moffat family. They live on a unique street and in the begging there is a war going on and the class tries to help. There are lots of problems in Rufus's life and he is fun to read about. Rufus Moffat needs to figure out how to deal with his own problems too. I like this book because I like reading about little kids and their life. It was not my favorite because I like mysteries better and tense books. I hope you will like it too.
LibraryThing member Cheryl_in_CC_NV
I loved all these stories about all the cousins. I should re-read them. Is this the one where the uncle is the youngest tot?
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