My Most Favorite Thing by Nicola Moon

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As reassuring as a well-loved toy, here's a story that speaks directly to children, showing how a grandparent and grandchild deal together with loneliness. When Grandpa's beloved dog, Billy, must stay at the hospital for an operation, Katie knows that he will miss his recovering companion. Much to Grandpa's surprise and pleasure, Katie lends him something from the heart to keep him company-her stuffed bunny, Rabbit, which is her most favorite thing in the world.

Carol Thompson's expressive paintings and the pitch-perfect text convey a simple message of compassion and reveal a comforting secret: Nobody outgrows the need for something to hug at night.
 

About Nicola Moon

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Nicola Moon is the author of "Happy Birthday, Amelia and Mouse Tells Time," She lives in England. Eleanor Taylor studied architecture while at university and later moved to Spain to paint murals. She has a young son and now lives in London. Carol Thompson has illustrated more than 30 picture books in England and the United States. She lives in Leicestershire, England.
 
Published September 10, 2001 by Dutton Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When it’s time to go home, Katie gives Rabbit a big hug and then selflessly hands him to Grandpa so he won’t be so lonely without Billy.

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