Rabbityness - Child's Play Library (Paperback)
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Rabbityness - Child's Play Library (Paperback)

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£7.99
Paperback 32 Pages
Published: 15/02/2012
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Rabbit enjoys doing rabbity things, but he also loves un-rabbity things! When Rabbit suddenly disappears, no one knows where he has gone. His friends are desolate. But, as it turns out, Rabbit has left behind some very special gifts for them, to help them discover their own unrabbity talents!

This is a stunning debut picture book by author/illustrator Jo Empson. Rabbityness celebrates individuality,

encourages the creativity in everyone and positively introduces children to dealing with loss of any kind.

Part of CLPE's 'Corebooks' Selection.

Publisher: Child's Play International Ltd
ISBN: 9781846434822
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 240 g
Dimensions: 250 x 250 x 5 mm
Edition: UK ed.

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“Wow!”

This is a lovely little book, full of energy, humour and colour and a wonderful title to talk about loss with a child, without being frightening in any way. It is sad, but upbeat, and the joy is to be found in what... More

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“Wonderful Story”

I read this with my 5 year old son. It arrived a few weeks after my dad died and so the idea of loss and remembering loved ones who've left resonated with both of us.
He would have loved the story of the rabbit... More

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“lovely and comforting”

a lovely book with nice pictures, a great story to help young children come to terms with loss without being a sad story, fun and uplifting, great for young children

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