Rabbit is afraid of many things, but most of all he’s afraid of gigantic, monstery, BEARS! The very nervous Rabbit is soon confronted by his worst fear who appears to be far more interested in making new friends than causing Rabbit any real harm. Despite his apprehension, Rabbit agrees to join his jovial new acquaintance for dinner, but wait a minute . . . is Bear planning to “have” Rabbit for dinner? In this tender story about a very nervous rabbit and a lovable bear, Rabbit discovers that things aren’t always as scary as they seem, and sometimes you may just have more in common with others than you think.
“Tara J. Hannon's whimsical, fun, colorful drawings enhance a fine picture book story highly recommended for either independent pursuit by ages 4-7, or read-aloud pleasure.” — D. Donovan, Sr. Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
“This adventure offers an effective brain exercise in graphic storytelling for young readers. . .” — Kirkus Reviews
|Publisher:||Blue Whale Press LLC|
|Product dimensions:||8.25(w) x 10.75(h) x 0.25(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 7 Years|
About the Author
Lydia is passionate about spreading the love for literacy. She regularly works with children in elementary schools across Quebec through the Culture in the Schools program giving literacy and writing workshops. In addition to her creative work, she enjoys composing educational activities and curriculum-aligned lesson plans.
You can learn more about Lydia at lydialukidis.com.
Tara J. Hannon lives in Maryland, in a house on a hill near the Chesapeake Bay. She works happily from her home studio, alongside her two easygoing little girls and one overly-excited dog.
When not illustrating, Tara can be found by the bay with her husband and daughters, jogging at a slow and friendly pace, or drinking coffee.
You can visit Tara at tarajhannon.com.