Blue Rabbit and Friends

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Puffin Books, Mar 1, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Blue Rabbit doesn't like living in a cave in a dark forest, so he sets out in search of a new place to live. Along the way he meets Bear, Goose, and Dog, who aren't happy in their homes either. As Blue Rabbit listens to everyone describe what kind of homes they are looking for, he realizes that some creative switching will solve all of his friends' problems. But once they are all settled, where will Blue Rabbit live?

"The challenge of matching animals to more appropriate abodes will delight preschoolers, as will the surprise ending. A simple treat from an author who knows how children's minds work." (School Library Journal, starred review)

"With its . . . classic story line capped with a fresh twist, Wormell's tale is perfectly suited to preschoolers." (Publishers Weekly, starred review)

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User Review  - dangerlibearian - LibraryThing

Awesome read aloud, Rabbit goes looking for a new home, he helps his friends move into new, more appropriate homes, the animals all flip-flop their habitats. Then he goes adventuring. Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Wormell (An Alphabet of Animals, 1990, etc.) proves that occasionally, the grass is greener elsewhere, at least for three friends who switch homes, and a fourth, who leaves town. Blue Rabbit is ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Chris Wormell's other books include: Where I Live and What I Eat, Blue Rabbit and Friends, Blue Rabbit and the Runaway Wheel, and Animal Train.

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