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Award-winning artist and author Shaun Tan has achieved international recognition for his work, including the CBCA Picture Book of the Year Award for this book, an Honor Book Award for Memorial (with G. Crew) and The Lost Thing, an APA Design Award, an Honorable Mention at the Bologna Book Fair, three Aurealis Awards, and Spectrum Gold and Silver Awards. In 2001 he was named best artist at the World Fantasy Awards in Montreal. A graduate of the University of Washington in 1995, with honors in fine arts and English literature, he lives in Perth, Australia.
I first came across this covering a class for a sick teacher. I was struck by the art work, and then impressed by the cleverness of Tan's story telling. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Justin Ratcliff
Nice book, in great shape. The price was much less expensive for the paperback than the hard cover book, but was just as sturdy.Published 11 months ago by Mortdee
The Rabbits is a story about a race of indigenous creatures who lose their home to colonizing rabbits. Read morePublished on November 25, 2011 by Christina E. Taylor
John Marsden, The Rabbits (Simply Read Books, 2003)
I was originally going to give this book a long, meandering write-up about immigration and xenophobia and Australian... Read more
This book needs to be studies very carefully! It is an excellent demonstration of the effects on environmental boundary conditions for the native people in lage areas. Read morePublished on April 8, 2010 by Georg Schultheiss
An incredibly detailed and rich visual narrative, 'The Rabbits' is Shaun Tan's art at its best. The story tells of an invasion of rabbits into a land populated by nomadic tribes of... Read morePublished on April 24, 2009 by K. Ryan
This book is horrible. It is an absolutely horrible story. Allegory or not, its just terrible. The graphics are somewhat interesting, but just as disturbing as the story. Read morePublished on February 10, 2009 by Giacomo
Each year I check out hundreds of library books to read to my children before bed. This is the first time I've been so disappointed by a book that I am writing a review. Read morePublished on June 1, 2008 by C. Tyler
Rewriting history is always an ideological field that's littered with mines.
And this book is no exception to the rule. Read more