Item description for The Rabbit Who Couldn't Find His Daddy by Lilian Edvall...
In the middle of the night, Rabbit wakes up and finds his daddy isnt in bed. He wakes his mother, who says that his father has probably gone into Rabbits room to sleep. Now Little Sister is wide-awake, too. And together they search. Daddy is not in Rabbits room, but the belt from his bathrobe is, so he must have been there. But where is he now? Rabbit and Little Sister set out on a hunt for Daddy, and anything can happen at night . . .
Expressive pen-and-watercolor artwork enlivens this cozy bedtime read-aloud that the whole family will enjoy.
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Studio: R & S Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.7" Width: 7.7" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Apr 18, 2006
Publisher R & S Books
ISBN 9129664292 ISBN13 9789129664294
Reviews - What do customers think about The Rabbit Who Couldn't Find His Daddy?
Cute illustrations but not a good story Apr 10, 2008
This book has very fun and colorful illustrations that go so nicely with the night setting. That was the nice thing I could say about the book. But there are so many things about this book that are not of value. Not that any one thing by itself is a reason not to buy the book, but all put together, there's just too much negative for my personal taste. For example .......the house is a mess, with toys and junk laying all over the floors, counters, etc.
.......The rabbits all sleep in mom & dad's bed, and since it's so crowded the dad has to go sleep in one of the kids' beds.
........The kids think it's OK to open the front door and go outside at 3 a.m. NOT something i want my kids to be doing, or even get the idea of doing...
........when the family is trying to decide what to do at 3 a.m. the mom makes a suggestion, which is refuted by the children, and the children automatically win.....AND the dad doesn't even acknowledge the mom's opinion.
Like I say, I am not trying to make a huge deal about these things, but all together, and since there are literally THOUSANDS of other books to choose, I would choose another one. If you want bunnies or beautiful nighttime illustrations, I would suggest instead: Tell Me Something Happy Before I Go to Sleep by Joyce Dunbar, or Time for Bed by Jane Dyer.