Rabbits in the Snow: A Book of Opposites by Natalie Russell
  

Synopsis

Rabbits in the Snow: A Book of Opposites by Natalie Russell

Little Rabbit and friends are playing in the snow. Rose Rabbit and Grey Rabbit are skating fast and slow. Honey Rabbit and Rust Rabbit are sledging from top to bottom. And Little Rabbit and Brown Rabbit are busy rolling snowballs, one big and one small, ready to make a snowman. But when the sun goes down it's time to say 'goodbye' cold snow, 'hello' hot carrot soup. Kind Little Rabbit has made enough for everyone! A stunning book of opposites, beautifully screen printed by Natalie Russell.

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Rabbits in the Snow is a lovely little story as well as an educational aid for pre-school children. It would be a wonderful surprise for any younger child to open on Christmas morning over40andamumtoone.com

About the Author

Natalie Russell is a talented author, illustrator and printmaker and has exhibited widely. She lives in Broughty Ferry in Scotland, where rabbits live happily on hillsides - and on the roundabout next to the station. When Natalie's not in her studio creating books, she can be found at Dundee University where she teaches illustration.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Natalie Russell
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Publisher

Macmillan Children's Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

7th November 2013

ISBN

9780230757301


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