Inspired by William Blake's work, Nancy Willard has written a book of magical poems about life at an imaginary inn, run by none other than William Blake himself. The inn is staffed by two mighty dragons that brew and bake, two angels that wash and shake the feather beds, and a rabbit who shows visitors to their rooms. Among the remarkable guests are the man in the Marmalade Hat; the King of Cats, who writes his wife not to "grow fat like a common kitchen cat"; and two sunflowers who demand a room with a view.More
Newbery Medal winner, Fiction, 1982
Caldecott Honor Book, 1982
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