2.5 stars. I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.
This was a really adorable, and colourful picture book, however I didn’t particularly like the rabbit (even though he looked really cute!).
I found the rabbit to have a big ego, only care about him and his carrots, not realizing until things really go wrong that what he does isn’t good. It took really long for him to finally realize it, and I just wanted to kick the rabbit and tell him to look around. That searching for a house is one thing, but to push all your “precious belongings” isn’t what you would want to do.
Sure, he gets better, but again, it took a long time. Too long for me.
The other animals were fun, though I don’t get why they didn’t get angry. I know Rabbit is their friend, but sorry, if my friend did all that to me? I wouldn’t be happy or amused or wanting to be with him for long.
The ending, luckily, has a good message and I was happy that it was added.
The illustrations are really colourful and they look really pretty. I like how the characters were drawn.
All in all, would I recommend this book? I am not entirely sure. It was a pretty nice book, had good moments, but the Rabbit really spoiled most of it.
Review first posted at http://twirlingbookprincess.com/