MY FRIEND RABBIT Best known for fluid, superbly realistic oil paintings, Rohmann (Prairie Train, 1999, etc) switches to thick-lined colored woodcuts and a simpler pictorial style for this nearly wordless, engagingly wacky episode. After carelessly throwing little Mouse's airplane up into a tree, Rabbit finds a unique way to reach it. ("Not to worry, Mouse. I've got an idea!") Industrious, if not too practical, he
Review: My Friend Rabbit I like Rabbit's ideas. I love the expressions on the faces of the different animals. The poor duck in the stack! Cute and funny, I really enjoyed this story. (and we've all had friends like Rabbit, haven't we?)
Review: My Friend Rabbit A rabbit just wants to help his friend mouse fly a plane, but trouble follows. Very simple text. Good for young kids to get meaning from the pictures instead of text.
Review: My Friend Rabbit 2003 Caldecott Medal
Review: My Friend Rabbit Cute book, nice illustrations. Simple words and the pictures tell more of the story. Could tie in to a lesson on thinking about ones actions. What could rabbit have done better? Do you sometimes act like rabbit? How do you know if you are acting like rabbit?
Review: My Friend Rabbit My Friend Rabbit is one of my favorite books of all times. It is my daughter's favorite book as well and we always have fun reading it together. Rabbit is always getting into trouble and his good friend Mouse is always there to help him getting out of it.