Play With Me
Reaching out to touch the woodland animals that she wants to play with, the little girl finds that they all run from her. She sits very still, and one by one the animals come close to her. Repetition in the story is loosely carried out in the quiet drawings as the girl never strays far from the pond.
- Randolph Caldecott Medal 1956 (Honor Title)
- Format: Book
- ISBN: 9780140501780