by Frieda Parks
Often stories that are about a difficult childhood experience feature animals. This distance can make the story easier for a young child to hear. That is the approach taken in this book about a bunny whose parents are divorced. The bunny often finds it hard to make transitions. This is acknowledged along with the author offering reassurance to the young rabbit. Young bunnies are assured that they are loved and that all families are different.
This book is very British in terms of some of the words as, for example, “jelly tots.” Still, the book will not only appeal to them.
A shout out to the illustrations in this title. They are gorgeous and delightful.
Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher. All opinions are my own.