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Children's LiteratureWhen older siblings trot off to school, little ones at home can enjoy a special learning experience, thanks to What Does Bunny See?. Newbery-winning novelist Linda Sue Park turns her nimble pen to the simple rhymes and rhythms that engage the young. Like tots everywhere, a little rabbit likes to stop and smell the roses ... and the primroses and the violets and the morning glories. Along the way, she learns to name the colors of the flowers: yellow primroses, purple violets, blue morning glories. Maggie Smith's watercolors bring to life a furry protagonist who wanders wide- eyed through a bright, blooming world. Bunny is sure to engage her young human cohorts. 2005, Clarion, Ages 2 to 4.