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My Friend Rabbit

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2006

    My Friend Rabbit

    Mouse and his friend Rabbit were playing with Mouse¿s toy plane when all of the sudden it got stuck in a high tree. Rabbit quickly came up with an idea to stack different animals on top of each other to try to reach the plane. However, ¿the plane was just out of reach. Rabbit said, ¿Not to worry, Mouse, I¿ve got an idea.¿¿ But just as he put his idea into action, everyone began to fall. My Friend Rabbit is a great tale of friendship for all children. The events that occur in the story demonstrate a true test of friendship between Rabbit and Mouse. The mouse could have very easily gotten angry with the rabbit for getting his plane stuck in the tree, but he didn¿t. Instead, he accepted Rabbit¿s help to retrieve the plane. This book teaches children you have to respect others and their property, and that good friends are there for each other no matter what. Eric Rohmann lives in a suburb of Chicago. He holds degrees in fine arts from Arizona State University and Illinois State University and he is a former teacher (of drawing and printmaking). Eric has exhibited his artwork at numerous galleries and museums throughout the country. In 1995, his book Time Flies received a Caldecott Honor award and it was named a New York Times Notable Book of the Year and in 2003, his book, My Friend Rabbit won the Caldecott Medal. Rohmann, Eric. My Friend Rabbit. Brookfield: Roaring Brook Press, 2002. RL: Ages 4-8, PreK-2

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