Little Rabbit is very excited at the thought of being a big brother. However, when Mama has three babies, instead of the expected one, things donít go as smoothly as Little Rabbit had hoped. Perhaps babies are not as much fun as he first thought! But Little Rabbit's new siblings adore him and when Little Rabbit is the only one who can get them to sleep, he realizes how special it is to be a big brother. A very poignant tale, full of humourously familiar moments for any family expecting a new baby.
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A rare treat . . . will keep children engaged for many readings (on Little Rabbit Lost Independent)
Traditionally illustrated, with a story all young children can relate to ( Bookseller)
An inventive, gentle writer ( Scotland on Sunday)
Harry Horse has written and illustrated several children's books including The Last Gold Diggers, winner of the Smarties Gold Prize, The Last Polar Bears and The Last Cowboys. There are now four Little Rabbit stories and Little Rabbit Lost won the Scottish Arts Council Award. Harry has been political cartoonist for the New Yorker, the Guardian, Scotland on Sunday, the Scotsman and now the Glasgow Herald. Harry lives in Shetland with his wife Mandy, his dog Chiquita, Steve the cat and six chickens.
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Book Description Puffin, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110140569642