Why So Sad, Brown Rabbit? by Sheridan Cain

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Three little ducklings are sure they've found their mother--and she's a male brown rabbit in this "Where's my mother" story with a hilarious twist. Poor Brown Rabbit can't convince the ducklings to leave him alone, and they follow him everywhere. Maybe he could get used to his new companions--if only they'd stop calling him Mama! Full color .
 

About Sheridan Cain

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Sheridan Cain and Jack Tickle are the creative team that has produced "The Crunching Munching Caterpillar and "The Very Sleepy Sloth.
 
Published February 1, 1998 by Dutton Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Education & Reference.

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Cain's story of imprinting gone wrong opens with Brown Rabbit in self-pitying mode: ``I wish I could hop, skip, and jump, too, but I'm too old to play games,'' he moans.

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She effectively conveys Brown Rabbit as a good-hearted if slightly prim gentleman (he says ""Oh dear!"" when perplexed and refers to his ducklings as ""little fellows"").

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