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Two Rabbits by Larissa Ferenchuk & Prue Pittock

Two Rabbits Even Best Friends Argue Sometimes is a heartwarming picture book about friendship and forgiveness. The simple text and adorable illustrations tell the story of an argument – a familiar experience that all children can identify with.

The Story: On a dark, rainy night Little Brown Rabbit and Little Grey Rabbit argue. They’re so angry that they go their separate ways as their cross words get carried by the wind. The rabbits are hurt and lonely but the wind doesn’t leave them and helps them come to realise what they can do to repair their friendship.

We’re not told what the two rabbits argument is about which gives the story a universal appeal and allows a reader to link the experience to an argument that they may have had with a friend. We love the way that a previously ignored apple and a dandelion are instrumental in helping the rabbits patch up their friendship, simple acts of giving help the rabbits resolve their differences.

Prue Pittock’s illustrations are beautiful, the two rabbits’ outfits are really cute. We love the illustrations of their surroundings and there’s a fabulous map showing all the places that they visit as they try and deal with their conflicting emotions.

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Two Rabbits is a fabulous picture book to help young children deal with friendship conflicts both at school and outside. It can stimulate discussions about how they can deal with and resolve arguments and could be used in a drama class to help them act out their emotions and solutions.

Age Range: 3+

Author: Larissa Ferenchuk / Illustrator: Prue Pittock

Thank you EK Books for sending a review copy of this gorgeous picture book.

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8 responses to “Two Rabbits by Larissa Ferenchuk & Prue Pittock”

  1. Kim Carberry avatar

    Aww! What a sweet sounding book.
    It sounds wonderful to encourage discussions about friendship and arguments which might come with them. x

    1. Catherine avatar

      It is gorgeous and it puts the message across in such a simple, heartfelt way 🙂

  2. Lisa | Handmade in Israel avatar

    It sounds delightful! Maybe people of all ages need to read it? 😉

    1. Catherine avatar

      It is! And it’s definitely got a universal message 🙂

  3. Jayne @ Sticky Mud and Belly Laughs avatar

    What a lovely book to help children sort out their differences with each other. The illustrations are beautiful too. I love the map! 🙂

    1. Catherine avatar

      The map is so simple and so cute 🙂

    1. Catherine avatar

      I adore the illustrations – especially the map 🙂