5 edition of Why so sad, Brown Rabbit? found in the catalog.
Brown Rabbit wants a family, but when three newborn ducklings think that he is their mother, he"s not sure this is the right family for him.
|Statement||by Sheridan Cain ; illustrated by Jo Kelly.|
|Contributions||Kelly, Jo, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.C1196 Wh 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||97026756|
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central /5(3). Why is Brown Rabbit so sad. Because he doesn't have a family. So he goes in search of a wife. But before he can find her, he meets up with three little ducklings.
They think he's their mama, but Brown Rabbit is quite sure they are mistaken -- or are they. Brown Rabbit wants to find a family, but is he ready for the family that finds him?/5.
To cheer up the sad ducklings, alone in the world, just as he is, Brown Rabbit teaches them to hop, skip, and jump--and his family is born. It is curious, and unexplored, why the other barnyard animals are so diffident, but the message of shared responsibility is sweetly understated, while the tender, benignly baffled characters of Kelly's /5(3).
Why So Sad, Brown Rabbit. Sheridan Cain, Author, Jo Kelly, Author, Jo Kelly, Illustrator Dutton Books $ (32p) ISBN Buy this. Why is Brown Rabbit so sad. Because he doesn't have a family. So he goes in search of a wife. But before he can find her, he meets up with three little ducklings.
They think he's their mama, but Brown Rabbit is quite sure they are mistaken-or are they. Brown Rabbit wants to find a family, but is /5(2). Use this 'Book: Why So Sad, Brown Rabbit. (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Why So Sad, Brown Rabbit.
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[Sheridan Cain; Jo Kelly] -- Brown Rabbit wants a family, but when three newborn ducklings think that he is their mother, he's not sure this is the right family for him.
Why so sad, Brown Rabbit. New York: Dutton Children's Books, (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sheridan Cain; Jo Kelly. To cheer up the sad ducklings, alone in the world, just as he is, Brown Rabbit teaches them to hop, skip, and jump--and his family is born.
It is curious, and unexplored, why the other barnyard animals are so diffident, but the message of shared responsibility is sweetly understated, while the tender, benignly baffled characters of Kelly's. Get this from a library. Why so sad, Brown Rabbit?.
[Sheridan Cain; Jo Kelly] -- Brown Rabbit is lonely until the day he comes across three newly hatched ducklings who mistake him for their mother. This is a tender and touching story in an attractive and bold style which will.
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