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Little Rabbit gets told off at home. He says it's not fair, so he decides to run away. The story explores what he does, and his feelings as he goes through the rest of the day.

Reader's Reviews


This is a well-told tale that addresses the feelings that most children have when they're told off for doing something wrong. Little Rabbit's temper is well illustrated in the pictures and in the text, and so is his gradual feeling scared, and wishing he was back home again. Of course, there's reconciliation in the end! This is a good book to talk to your child as you read it, comparing his/her reactions and feelings to Little Rabbit's.


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Parental Guidance

  • Reading Age: 5+
  • Reading Aloud Age: 3+


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