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eBook Moon Rabbit download

by Natalie Russell

eBook Moon Rabbit download ISBN: 0230701868
Author: Natalie Russell
Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books; Illustrated edition edition (February 6, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1320 kb
Fb2: 1449 kb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: mbr lit mbr lrf
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Could there be someone out there? Another little rabbit just like her? That is what Little Rabbit wonders one moonlit night.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. She loves living in the city. She has a wonderful home. A park to play in. But sometimes she is just a little.

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Then one night Little Rabbit meets Brown Rabbit in the park, and he's just the friend she's been wishing fo. Moon Rabbit by Natalie Russel is an unforgettable story with stunning illustrations throughout.

But how long before the bright lights are calling Little Rabbit back to the city? Moon Rabbit by Natalie Russel is an unforgettable story with stunning illustrations throughout.

Brown Rabbit can't imagine anything more beautiful than the park. But Little Rabbit stays true to herself and returns home. No need for tears though. Brown Rabbitt comes to visit the next day. It's all uplifting and well-paced, but a tad predictable. What really stands out are the gentle black-lined drawings resting comfortably in a patchwork of printed images. In this tale spun as sweet as sugar (previously published in the United Kingdom), a little rabbit enjoys her city life. Her life would be perfect except that when she gazes out at the moon she finds herself lonely.

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Could there be someone out there? Another little rabbit just like her?" That is what Little Rabbit wonders one moonlit night.

Natalie Russell studied illustration and printmaking and teaches at Dundee University. She lives in Broughty Ferry, Scotland.

Little Rabbit likes living in the city. There are so many things to see and do! But at night, when she is all alone, she looks up at the moon and begins to wonder. Could there be someone out there? Another little rabbit just like her? Then one night Little Rabbit meets Brown Rabbit in the park, and he's just the friend she's been wishing for. He likes to play music and she likes to tell stories: together they make the perfect team. But how long before the bright lights are calling Little Rabbit back to the city?Moon Rabbit by Natalie Russel is an unforgettable story with stunning illustrations throughout.
Comments: (7)
Timberahue
One of my favorite children's books. I hope it's not out of print because it should be enjoyed for generations. I love the balance between Moon Rabbit's independent side and her desire to connect with others. A great message for all kids, but especially for the little girls in your life. The sequel, "Brown Rabbit in the City" is equally enchanting.
Sadaron above the Gods
This was written by a lady I know personally. I order her books for my grandkids in NC. They seem to love them.
JoJogar
A sweet, simple story about friendship told in exquisite pictures and a perfectly cadenced text. This is why picture books matter!
Meztisho
I happened upon this book amidst a display of bunny books for Easter at a toy store. I read it all the way through and immediately thought it would be a cute gift not only for a child, but just as much (perhaps more so) for a twentysomething friend living in a distant place. The little white rabbit protagonist is a bit of an urban hipster, toting her favorite bag, visiting the cafe and the music store, riding in taxis. When she meets the little brown bunny he not only hops around the park enjoying nature, but he also plays the guitar, and the bunnies bond over music. Lots of us well past the "read to me, Mommy" age can relate to this story and its clever take on urban vs. park life.
Simple
I read this yesterday in the bookstore and was blown away. I felt I had missed a Book of the Year. Then I looked on Amazon and saw only ONE review. How is that possible? Probably because Natalie Russell is a Scottish illustrator (first book: Hamish the Highland Cow) and not well known here in the US. Be that as it may, Moon Rabbit is a magical book. I do think my kids (age 4) will need a couple readings to fully appreciate the near apex of sadness toward the end. All is resolved, no fear! On that note, you can be sure I will get Brown Rabbit in the City as soon as it comes out later this spring.
Kelerius
This is a delightful, magical children's book. The editorial review above tells you the plot. What it fails to convey is the magical illustrations: those rabbits might just dance off the page and into your imagination. This is a simple heart-felt tale, well told, and great for all ages.
Sennnel
My 2 year old loves Moon Rabbit! The story is sweet and the illustrations are lovely.
My toddler loves this book--we got it from the library and he was so upset at returning it that it made it onto his Christmas list so now he has his own copy!

Plot:
"Moon Rabbit" is a lovely book where a little white city rabbit, Little Rabbit, is lonely and stares at the moon every night wondering if there's another little rabbit somewhere "out there" until, one moonlit night, she finds a friend, Brown Rabbit, who lives in a park outside the city. The two rabbits have a great time together but eventually Little Rabbit misses the city and goes home--but she is no longer lonely because she now has Brown Rabbit as her friend.

This book has a sequel: "Brown Rabbit in the city" where Brown Rabbit comes to visit Little Rabbit in the city and gets worn out because Little Rabbit runs him ragged trying to show him everything there is to do in the city. It all works out though--Little Rabbit figures out her mistake and they spend a quiet afternoon at a city park enjoying each others' company. To me "Brown Rabbit" is a bit preachy compared to "Moon Rabbit" and it bothers me that the two friends have to return to a park to enjoy each others' company; but my toddler really enjoys the drama of Brown Rabbit's distress followed by the happy resolution.

The illustrative style is very calm and quietly beautiful--it's well represented on the cover: that style and color pallet are used throughout.

I would definitely recommend this beautiful and sweet book.