No! Said Rabbit
Marjoke Henrichs, Marjoke Henrichs
Rabbit is happy doing his own thing, and he doesn’t want to listen to his mum telling him to get up, get dressed, have breakfast, play outside, come inside and least of all… have a bath! NO, NO, NO! he says.
But at last they hit on something they both love doing together.
This picture book is perfectly pitched and re-assuring for parents whose child is being contrary; it provides interactive, ironic drama for fans of Jon Klassen, with the emotional pay off of ‘The Hug’ (McLaughlin and Dunbar).
'A thoroughly delightful, warmhearted bedtime story.' Kirkus, starred review; 'This book has the potential to become a classic like GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU. It is about a loving parent who gently encourages her child through the 'terrible twos'. Little Rabbit is determined to do things his own way so he always says NO when his mum wants him to get dressed, eat breakfast, go out etc. Mum has endless patience and coaxes little rabbit with his favourite things to encourage him to get dressed and eat. It's a declaration of love through everyday actions.' Swedish Library Service
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