Always room for one more
Winner of the Caldecott Medal.
Lachie MacLachlan, the generous hero of this enchanting tale, is the exception to the rule that the Scots are a thrifty lot. In his "wee house in the heather," where he lives with his family of twelve, he welcomes to his hearth every weary traveler who passes by on a stormy night. "There's always room for one more," says Lachie, and how his grateful guests say a wonderful "Thank you" provides a delightfully warm and tender ending to this hilarious tale of kindness.
Always Room for One More is the winner of the 1966 Caldecott Medal.
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|Grouping Title||always room for one more|
|Grouping Author||leodhas sorche nic|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-12-04 04:21:04AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-09-20 04:31:07AM|
|author||Leodhas, Sorche Nic, 1898-1969.|
|author_display||Leodhas, Sorche Nic|
|detailed_location_santafe||Southside Childrens Picture Book|
|display_description||In this Scottish folk song, a generous family always has room for another person and invites in everyone who passes by.|
|owning_library_santafe||Santa Fe Public Library|
|subject_facet||Folk songs -- Scotland|
|title_display||Always room for one more|
|title_full||Always room for one more / by Sorche Nic Leodhas ; illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian|
|title_short||Always room for one more|