Missing Rabbit by Roni Schotter

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Rabbit goes everywhere with Kara: to Papa’s house, where they eat “oodles of noodles” and play hide-and-seek, and to Mama’s house, where they eat chicken and rice and dance. But one day, when it’s time to leave Papa’s house for Mama’s, Rabbit asks, “Where do I live?” Kara doesn’t know the answer. When Rabbit asks to stay at Papa’s house, Kara leaves her toy behind, but she misses Rabbit at Mama’s house. What is the answer to Rabbit’s question, and how can Kara keep from missing him?
With enormous warmth and empathy, Missing Rabbit speaks directly to young children whose parents are divorced and live in different places. Cyd Moore’s whimsical artwork is perfectly matched to this reassuring tale about parental love and the true meaning of home.
 

About Roni Schotter

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Roni Schotter has written numerous books for children, including Captain Snap and the Children of Vinegar Lane, Nothing Ever Happens on 90th Street, and Hanukkah!, winner of the National Jewish Book Award. This is her first book for Clarion. She lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. Cyd Moore is the illustrator of many picture books, among them the best-selling I Love You, Stinky Face by Lisa McCourt and its sequel, It"s Time for School, Stinky Face. She lives in Beverly Hills, Michigan.
 
Published March 18, 2002 by Clarion Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When leaving Dad’s one day, Rabbit whispers to Kara, “Where do I live?” Kara decides to have Rabbit stay at Dad’s.

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Kara, reluctant to leave Papa's house for Mama's, leaves her stuffed rabbit with Papa as a way of coping with the hard good-bye.

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