Little White Rabbit

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Little White Rabbit’s head is full of questions, and he wonders about many things. As he travels along he imagines what his life would be like in many different situations.

The artwork in this book is beautiful. The story line is great for younger students with its repeated patterning of the text. I really enjoy how Henkes alternates between text and image pages, including two-page picture spreads without text . This would be a fun book for younger students.

Review by Cindy Dunn, Granite School District Library Media Program
Rating: 5 Stars
Interest Level: Grades K-2

Check out this great video interview of the author/artist at work in his studio:

Little White Rabbit
Written and Illustrated by Kevin Henkes
HarperCollins Children’s
40 p.
Release Date: Jan. 25, 2011
ISBN: 9780062006424

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17 thoughts on “Little White Rabbit”

  1. Kevin Henkes’s book are always a great addition to a library. Everyone loves Birds and his Lilly books. A new book about bunnies in the spring would be wonderful.

  2. The kids love all of the books by Kevin Henkes. This one looks like it would be another great addition to our library!

  3. This is such a cute book. I think the younger kids will really love ie. The movement in the illustrations is wonderful. Thank you for your review. We would love this book.

  4. I love Kevin Henkes books and love to read them to the younger grades, they always have such beautiful illustrations.
    Thanks for sharing the review and please put our school in for the drawing.

  5. This type of book is my favorite to share with the students here at Jim Bridger. Anything Kevin Henkes does is absolutely wonderful!

  6. Christine Fotheringham

    I love all things Kevin Henkes. The cover on this one puts me in mind of Kittens First Full Moon. Thanks for the great review!

  7. Kevin Henkes is always a popular author in our library. If the cover is any indication of the pictures in the book, then I think it will be very popular.

  8. I love Kevin Henkes’ books. When I listened to him talk about this book, he used the words “pure” and “simplicity” which are the kinds of storybooks I enjoy reading to students.

  9. Susan Seegmiller

    This book sounds really great for younger students. I have some of the Kevin henkes books and I do think the aert work is wonderful. With the younger kids I like repeat text, to make sure they are following me and have not fallen asleep.

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