The House Rabbit by Lesley White
  

Synopsis

The House Rabbit by Lesley White

Rabbit is a worrier. He even worries in his sleep. One night a particularly bad dream wakes him with a start. And when it is quickly followed by a terrible CRASH he is quite sure that he and all the other house animals are DOOMED. Join Rabbit as he bravely leads the other animals to safety and discovers the source of the noise...

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A modern-day 'Chicken-Licken

! The illustrations are a real treat ... This wonderful little story reassures children ... This is a truly brilliant tale that we will definitely be recommending, reading again and putting on our favourites shelf! A real winner! 4.5/5 stars! -- Carly Fiction Fascination blog With its built-in repetition, the tension builds beautifully in this well-paced story ... Superb, and I specially love the ending. -- Jill Bennett Red Reading Hub It's a lovely story to share with young children, especially those of a nervous disposition who may well see some of their fears allayed. -- Cheryl Pasquier Mad House Family Reviews For tinies, try The House Rabbit with its pretty pale green and lilac, chatty, busy illustrations. -- Susan Elkin Independent on Sunday

About the Author

Lesley White graduated from the University of Brighton with an MA in Sequential Design/Illustration, and was chosen as one of seven students to represent the course in an exhibition at Beijing City University. The first draft of The House Rabbit was 'Highly Commended' in both the Macmillan Prize 2010 and the Cheltenham Illustration Awards 2010.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Lesley White
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Publisher

Publication date

7th March 2013

ISBN

9780857560186


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