Rabbit loves doing ‘rabbity’ things like washing his whiskers and sleeping in his burrow but he also enjoys ‘un-rabbity’ things like painting and music. The other rabbits love his un-rabbity activities and when he suddenly vanishes, the world seems very dull and quiet. His departure leaves a large hole, but when they investigate the hole they find the things that will allow them to paint and make music; they discover that they too have un-rabbity talents.
Categories: Acceptance & Inclusion, Being Different & Being Yourself, Curiosity & Creativity, Death & Bereavement, Gratitude
Celebrates individuality, encourages creativity in everyone and positively introduces children to dealing with loss of any kind
Author: Jo Empson Illustrator: Jo Empson Publisher: Child's Play (International) Ltd
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Things we liked:
This is the author's first book. It is a charming story which has been beautifully illustrated with vibrant colours.
Review by: Dorne Fraser