The Yearling by Marjorie Kinnan RawlingsThe Yearling by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

The Yearling

byMarjorie Kinnan RawlingsIllustratorN.C. Wyeth

Mass Market Paperback | March 30, 1988

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In this classic story of the Baxter family of inland Florida and their wild, hard, satisfying life, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings has written one of the great novels of our times. A rich and varied story - tender in its understanding of boyhood, crowded with the excitement of the backwoods hunt, with vivid descriptions of the primitive, beautiful hammock country, with humor and earthy philosophy - "The Yearling" is a novel for readers of all tastes and ages. Its glowing picture of life that is far and refreshingly removed from modern patterns of living becomes universal in its revelation of simple courageous people and the abiding beliefs they live by. Winner of Pulitzer Prize in 1938, "The Yearling" was made available the following year in a special edition illustrated by the distinguished American artist, N.C. Wyeth. The original paintings have been re-photographed and new plates made for this handsome volume.
Title:The YearlingFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:416 pages, 9 × 7 × 1.2 inPublished:March 30, 1988Publisher:Simon Pulse

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0020449313

ISBN - 13:9780020449317

Appropriate for ages: 14


From Our Editors

A Pulitzer Prize-winning classic originally published over 50 years ago, Rawling's timeless story of backwoods Florida and the tender relationship of a young boy and his tame fawn continues to delight and enthrall readers.

Editorial Reviews

“Heart-stopping adventure and heart-wrenching human elements…. This is a classic well worth its Pulitzer Prize. Earthy dialect and homespun wisdom season the story, giving it a unique and unforgettable flavor, and N.C. Wyeth's warm, soft illustrations capture an era of rough subsistence and sweet survival.”