Big Rabbit's Bad Mood by Ramona Badescu

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Big Rabbit has a mood. A bad mood. A mood with attitude. A big, disgusting mood that won't leave him alone. What's a rabbit to do?

He tries watching TV, but the bad mood is on every channel. He tries making a salad, but the bad mood is un-ignorable, lying on his sofa, eating chips and wiping his boogers on the rug. Whatever will make it go away?

The unusual portrayal of a bad mood as a creature that can't be banished will make kids giggle. Combined with a silly sense of humor and a very real sense of what it's like to want to shake off a grumpy feeling, this book will resonate with readers of every mood.

About Ramona Badescu

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Ramona Badescu was born in Romania and now lives in Marseille, France. Delphine Durand is an illustrator for advertising, newspapers, and children's books. She lives in Paris and Marseille, France.
Published March 25, 2009 by Chronicle Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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As a last resort, Big Rabbit decides to draw arrows on the floor in hopes of leading the bad mood to the door, when his friends burst in for his surprise birthday party and the bad mood finally disappears.

May 01 2009 | Read Full Review of Big Rabbit's Bad Mood

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The expressive, orange rabbit is charming, despite his grumpiness, and his bad mood is portrayed as a furry, knuckle-dragging, gray creature who rides the vacuum cleaner, eats a radio, wipes his boogers on the carpet and “stuck to him like glue.” When Big Rabbit’s friends and even his mother don’...

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