Flop Ear

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Here's a very special stuffed bunny that toddlers will love to receive for Easter—or for any other special occasion. Flop Ear is an endearing little rabbit with one ear that simply refuses to stand up straight. His amusing story is told in the color-illustrated book that comes in the same box with Flop Ear himself! This smiling stuffed bunny rabbit is make of soft pink velour, dressed in yellow overalls, and carrying his favorite snack—a carrot. When kids open the book, they'll read the story of how all the other...
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Overview

Here's a very special stuffed bunny that toddlers will love to receive for Easter—or for any other special occasion. Flop Ear is an endearing little rabbit with one ear that simply refuses to stand up straight. His amusing story is told in the color-illustrated book that comes in the same box with Flop Ear himself! This smiling stuffed bunny rabbit is make of soft pink velour, dressed in yellow overalls, and carrying his favorite snack—a carrot. When kids open the book, they'll read the story of how all the other little animals tease Flop Ear. They laugh at him because one of his ears stands straight up, like every other rabbit's, while the other ear flops to one side. At first, Flop Ear is unhappy because he wants to be like everybody else. But at last he realizes that sometimes, it's just as good to be different.
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PreS-Gr 2-This bunny is worried because one of his ears flops down. He endures the teasing of the other rabbits and tries all sorts of remedies, none of which work. He splints his ear to a carrot, then to a stick; wraps it up stiffly with a bandage, and even tries tying a helium balloon to his wayward ear. All these attempts bring failure to Flop-Ear and hilarity to the animals watching him. However, after the doctor tells him that he is normal, just different, he is able to accept his appearance. He even goes so far as to attach a carrot to his floppy ear to weigh it down further and the other rabbits do the same. Although the main character is adorably portrayed with thick black outlines and an open smiling face, this superficial, easily resolved story doesn't hold up. Franz Brandenberg's Otto Is Different (1985; o.p.), Kevin Henkes's Chrysanthemum (1991, both Greenwillow), Phyllis Reynolds Naylor's Jennifer Jean, the Cross-Eyed Queen (Carolrhoda, 1993; o.p.), and David McKee's Elmer (Lothrop, 1989) are better-told tales about differences or disadvantages overcome.-Jane Marino, Scarsdale Public Library, NY Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764117626
  • Publisher: Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/1/2001
  • Pages: 32
  • Age range: 4 - 7 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.44 (w) x 11.61 (h) x 0.14 (d)

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