Gray Rabbit's Odd One Out

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Where's my book? wonders Gray Rabbit one fine morning. As he surveys his messy room, he decides the only way to find his book is to clean up — but there's always one pesky item that doesn't belong!

Gray Rabbit tidies up his room and sorts his belongings into groups of like things as he searches for his favorite book.

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Overview

Where's my book? wonders Gray Rabbit one fine morning. As he surveys his messy room, he decides the only way to find his book is to clean up — but there's always one pesky item that doesn't belong!

Gray Rabbit tidies up his room and sorts his belongings into groups of like things as he searches for his favorite book.

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Editorial Reviews

School Library Journal
PreS-KThe hares of Baker's Gray Rabbit's 1, 2, 3 and Brown Rabbit's Shape Book (both Kingfisher, 1994) are back. In a departure from the straight concept book theme, Brown Rabbit appears in a simple story. He invites friends over to play and prepares Jell-O molds complete with fruits and vegetables. There is plenty of opportunity here for color or object identification, as well as for counting and even telling time. In Gray Rabbit, youngsters join in the bunny's search for his favorite book. Readers are asked to spot the odd item in each scene (a paintbrush among teacups, a yellow duck among purple toys), and it is identified on the following page. The focus then changes to sorting blocks by color and building them into a square, wall, tower, and finally a chair, where Gray is asleep with his book in his lap. In both titles, the drab rabbits contrast nicely with the cheerful acrylic hues that make up the rest of each illustration. Interesting and amusing details in each picture add to the appeal. Instructional titles that are lots of fun for prereaders.Marsha McGrath, Clearwater Public Library, FL
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780753452578
  • Publisher: Kingfisher
  • Publication date: 9/28/1999
  • Series: Little Rabbit Books Series
  • Pages: 24
  • Sales rank: 333,158
  • Age range: 3 - 5 Years
  • Product dimensions: 7.98 (w) x 7.55 (h) x 0.21 (d)

Meet the Author

Alan Baker has illustrated The Odyssey and The Story of King Arthur, both published by Kingfisher. In addition, Alan created the popular and successful Little Rabbits series, which has sold over half-a-million copies in the U.S. Alan is a lecturer in illustration at the University of Brighton, England.

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