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The soft, muted colors of Sendak's illustrations are reminiscent of a Monet landscape--utterly appealing and dreamy. And the reflective, sing-song dialogue between Mr. Rabbit and the girl is as deliciously lulling as a shady swing in a hammock. This quiet, peaceful book is a treasure for any shelf. (Ages 4 to 8)
My daughter received this book in her Easter basket and she absolutely loves it!
Sendak's illustrations are softer and dreamier here than they are in his more well-known books, which goes well with the dream-like quality of the story.
This book can be only be described by plucking a word right from the title and thats "LOVELY".
such a sweet story. Great as a gift for any new mothers to read to their children.Published 3 months ago by Ashes Anne
This is a lovely children's book -- a charming conversation between a rabbit and a little girl re choosing a gift for her Mother's birthday. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gail DeSpain
I knew the story was simple but not as simple as it turned out to be. My 7-year-old daughter liked it, though.Published 7 months ago by Diana Prince
The primary and very discerning reviewers, aged 3-8 deemed "Mr. Rabbit" a very good read and they liked the pictures.Published 10 months ago by New Lebanon
The combination of Zolotow and Sendak is totally rewarding, and it's just a nice story showing a conversation between two friends. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Monica M. Lenhard
I ordered this book for my granddaughter. It arrived timely and in excellent
condition. A real sweet story! My granddaughter loved it!
This was one of my favorite books as a child, and I'm delighted to find it again to give to friends' children. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Suzanne Demitrio
This was my children's favorite book when they were young. This one arrived in excellent condition and is now a favorite of the grandchildren. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Lennie B. Eichman
This was one of my favorite picture books as a child. Every child can relate to wanting to give a perfect gift to his or her mother for her birthday, and yet without having money. Read morePublished on December 7, 2011 by Cynthia Kelley