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Frequently Asked Questions

What is The Rabbit hOle?

The Rabbit hOle is a new museum experience celebrating 100 years of children’s literature for people of all ages. Visitors will become explorers in an immersive, multi-sensory, narrative landscape filled with discoverable environments.

Who is Fox Rabbit?

The true founder of The Rabbit hOle.

When are you opening?

We are open now.

Do you accept donations?

Yes! The Rabbit hOle is a 501(c)(3). Financial contributions are both essential and welcome! Please donate here.

Will you make a donation to our school/organization fundraiser?

As you can imagine, we get many requests like this. At this time, we are not able to accomodate discounts or donations to fundraisers for community organizations. We have had other groups purchase Rabbit hOle merch to include in baskets for raffle items, and some groups plan to purchase a gift membership or a set of tickets for a raffle. You would certainly be welcome to participate that way. We really appreciate you thinking about including us, and we're sorry that we get too many requests like this to fulfill them all. 

What books are featured in your exhibits? Can I get the list?

Click HERE for our list of books featured in the exhibits.

What programs will you offer?

The Rabbit hOle has many programming areas for children, families and adults. These include our print shop and story lab, a resource library, our full-service bookstore, and our maker space. Within these spaces you will be able to participate in book making workshops, writing labs, story times, baby music time, book clubs, professional opportunities for educators, exhibit-related presentations and performances, national and local author events, and a multitude of literature-based activities for children and adults.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is The Rabbit hOle?

The Rabbit hOle is a new museum experience celebrating 100 years of children’s literature for people of all ages. Visitors will become explorers in an immersive, multi-sensory, narrative landscape filled with discoverable environments.

Who is Fox Rabbit?

The true founder of The Rabbit hOle.

When are you opening?

We are open now.

Do you accept donations?

Yes! The Rabbit hOle is a 501(c)(3). Financial contributions are both essential and welcome! Please donate here.

Will you make a donation to our school/organization fundraiser?

As you can imagine, we get many requests like this. At this time, we are not able to accomodate discounts or donations to fundraisers for community organizations. We have had other groups purchase Rabbit hOle merch to include in baskets for raffle items, and some groups plan to purchase a gift membership or a set of tickets for a raffle. You would certainly be welcome to participate that way. We really appreciate you thinking about including us, and we're sorry that we get too many requests like this to fulfill them all. 

What books are featured in your exhibits? Can I get the list?

Click HERE for our list of books featured in the exhibits.

What programs will you offer?

The Rabbit hOle has many programming areas for children, families and adults. These include our print shop and story lab, a resource library, our full-service bookstore, and our maker space. Within these spaces you will be able to participate in book making workshops, writing labs, story times, baby music time, book clubs, professional opportunities for educators, exhibit-related presentations and performances, national and local author events, and a multitude of literature-based activities for children and adults.

The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales

written by Jon Scieszka and illustrated by Lane Smith

This award-winning picture book is a wild, irreverent collection of reimagined fairy tales from the author and illustrator of The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs!. Makes for an extremely fun and funny read-aloud for the whole family.

Goodnight Moon

written by Margaret Wise Brown and illustrated by Clement Hurd

In this classic of children's literature, beloved by generations of readers and listeners, the quiet poetry of the words and the gentle, lulling illustrations combine to make a perfect book for the end of the day.
One of the most beloved books of all time, Goodnight Moon is a must for every bookshelf and a time-honored gift for baby showers and other special events.

Hooray for Me!

written by Remy Charlip and Lillian Moore and illustrated by Vera B. Williams

The book in which renowned author/illustrator Vera B. Williams made her illustrating debut offers young readers a celebratory look at their own special place in the world. Charlip's poetry sparkles while Williams's world of colorful people perfectly captures the joy that comes when we are free to be ourselves. This is a great book to share with children who are just starting to wonder who they are in relation to others.

Beautiful Blackbird

written and illustrated by Ashley Bryan

A tale from the Ila-speaking people of Zambia gets new life in this picture book adaptation from Coretta Scott King Award winner Ashley Bryan about appreciating one’s heritage and discovering the beauty within.

Perez and Martina

written by Pura Belpré and illustrated by Carlos Sanchez

Martina, a beautiful cockroach, selects a mouse, Perez, to be her husband

Blueberries for Sal

written and illustrated by Robert McCloskey

What happens when Sal and her mother meet a mother bear and her cub?
With its expressive line drawings and charming story, Blueberries for Sal has won readers' hearts since its first publication in 1948.

I Want My Hat Back

written and illustrated by Jon Klassen

The bear’s hat is gone, and he wants it back. Patiently and politely, he asks the animals he comes across, one by one, whether they have seen it. Each animal says no, some more elaborately than others. But just as the bear begins to despond, a deer comes by and asks a simple question that sparks the bear’s memory and renews his search with a vengeance. Told completely in dialogue, this delicious take on the classic repetitive tale plays out in sly illustrations laced with visual humor — and winks at the reader with a wry irreverence that will have kids of all ages thrilled to be in on the joke.

The Happy Day

written by Ruth Krauss and illustrated by Marc Simont

Snow is falling. All the animals are fast asleep in their animal homes. They awake. They open their eyes. They sniff. They run. What will they find?
1950 Caldecott Honor Book

Crow Boy

written and illustrated by Taro Yashima

Winner of a Caldecott Honor

A shy Japanese boy having difficulty adjusting to school is misjudged by his classmates. Chibi has been an outcast since that frightening first day of school when he hid under the schoolhouse. Afraid of the teacher and unable to make any friends, Chibi passes his free time alone — alone at study time, alone at playtime, always a "forlorn little tag-along." But when Mr. Isobe arrives, the teacher sees things in Chibi that no one else has ever noticed...

Madeline

written and illustrated by Ludwig Bemelmans

The story of twelve little girls in two straight lines, the smallest one being Madeline, has delighted children for more than seventy years. Now the beloved Caldecott Honor Book is available in a sturdy board book format and a reduced size perfect for small hands. While the text is slightly abridged, none of the charm of the original book is lost as a new format brings this classic title to a younger audience.

Tooth-Gnasher Superflash

written and illustrated by Daniel Pinkwater

The Popsnorkle family test drives the Tooth-Gnasher Superflash, pleased with the car's ability to turn into several different animals.

Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel

written and illustrated by Virginia Lee Burton

A modern classic that no child should miss. Since it was first published in 1939, Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel has delighted generations of children.
Mike believes that Mary Anne can dig as much in a day as one hundred men can dig in a week, and the two have one last chance to prove it and save Mary Anne from the scrap heap.
What happens next in the small town of Popperville is a testament to their friendship and to old-fashioned hard work and ingenuity.

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