Synopses & Reviews
Henry (Cat Got a Lot) offers a light urban mystery as readers catch glimpses of an enormous white rabbit appearing throughout a bustling town. An understated repetitious text gives children the chance to display their reading skills as well as their ability to piece together picture clues. “Here is a foot” writes Henry as cats dogs and other animals cluster around Picasso like paintings and Calder esque mobiles in a museum a giant white paw visible through the building’s glass windows. “Here is a tail” he continues (it’s tucked behind some tall trees in a city park where citizens stroll sit and read the paper). None of the animals seems alarmed by the presence of this Godzilla size bunny—construction workers and library visitors who spot the rabbit’s face look downright tickled—which is in itself something of a clue. Each page delivers plenty to pore over inviting kids to make up their own stories within the story and the revelation of the bunny’s identity (a parade is involved) should elicit some larger than life chuckles. Ages 4–8. (Feb.)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved."