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Children's LiteratureWhen little Blue Rabbit decides that his cave home is too large and the forest too dark for him, he ventures out and finds a goose, a bear, and a dog who are also disenchanted with their current homes. Very soon they discover that by communicating with each other, they can figure out a solution to their problems. Each animal ends up quite happy. Even Blue Rabbit, who doesn't find a new home, decides on what he really wants in this story. This story's highly predictable plot makes it appropriate for young children. The text is always on the left side of the page, and the colorful, lino block-styled pictures are on the right. The book's illustrations have the essentials necessary for a conversation with a toddler; nothing more. This book is most appropriate for a young preschooler. 2002 (orig. 2000), Puffin Books/Penguin Putnam, Ages 2 to 5.
— Daniel Peters