Just a Rabbit
Majestic. Enchanting. Awe-inspiring. This is THE picture book that thousands of little ones simply won't put down.
Just a Rabbit is a modern masterpiece that reminds us just how special we actually are.
A fantastical and dreamy kids' book about appreciating the small things.
Recommended ages: for 0 - 6yrs old
Author: Priscilla Pho
Illustrator: Francisco Fonseca
What is this picture book about?
Gentle, placid and curious, all the little rabbit wanted was to see the moon. After all, the taller animals in the jungle were forever marvelling at its dreamy facade and sharing their moonlight tales.
Sadly, though, as just a rabbit, our little friend was too small to see beyond the canopy of the trees, too powerless to climb a hill and find a moonlit view, and instead, was left to ponder the simplicity of the forest floor.
But what if the animals of the forest pitched in to help him? What if they stopped to notice all the things they'd never seen, that the little rabbit had forever taken for granted?
Just a Rabbit is a book for anyone who has ever dared to dream big, regardless of who they are or what obstacles stood in their way.
Praise for Just a Rabbit
"Majestic, enchanting and heart-warming, this book captured our imaginations and certainly triggered a discussion about how to overcome challenges and achieve goals." Get Kids Booked
"Our little ones might feel small, like they're 'just a kid,' but this story shows them they have what it takes to do something amazing." Teeny Readers
An excerpt from the story
“What are you doing Rabbit?” asked Elephant.
“I want to see the moon,” said Rabbit.
Elephant smiled gently. “You can’t see the moon. You’re too small. You’re just a rabbit.”
“Have you ever seen the moon, Elephant?”
“Yes, I’m very big,” said Elephant. “It’s beautiful. Do you want me to carry you tonight? Then you can see the moon.”
Rabbit looked at the hole. “No, thank you. But I’m very thirsty.”
Elephant walked over to the lake, sucked up some water and filled up Rabbit’s hole.
Rabbit looked at his pond. “Thank you, Elephant.”
“What are you doing, Rabbit?” asked Giraffe.
“I want to see the moon,” said Rabbit.
Giraffe shook his head. “You can’t see the moon. You’re too small. You’re just a rabbit.”
“Have you ever seen the moon, Giraffe?” asked Rabbit.
“Yes, my neck is very long,” said Giraffe. “It’s beautiful. But down here, you can only see the trees.”
Giraffe ate some leaves.
Now Rabbit could see the sky. “Thank you Giraffe.”
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Size: 11" x 8.5" landscape (27.5 x 21cm)
Cover: softcover (300GSM)
Pages: soft inside pages (200GSM)
All Ethicool Books are designed for ages 0 - 6 years old.
All our stories average 500-750 words in length.
This book is retailed exclusively online by Ethicool Books Pty Ltd, and available for purchase worldwide via our website.
haven't received it yet! its been a few months since I ordered and paid.
Fabulous book I loved it and I know the 3yr old I’m giving it to for Christmas will too , great message to learn from .
Your books are so beautiful. The story and drawings catch the attention of any age. I just loved reading them to my grandchildren. Thankyou so much for such lovely books❤️
Delighted with this book. A beautiful story and lovely illustrations. Order processed and arrived very quickly
This book is beautifully written with stunning illustrations! I can’t wait to read it to my grandchildren. The message behind the storyline is a powerful one. I am sure it will become a favourite!
My grandson loved the book. Will definitely get more.
Got a problem? Rabbit can’t see the moon , he’s too little BUT with the help of his team of friends ... problem solved.✅
A great lesson in caring about others and contributing to a group solution 👍
Granddaughter loves this book.
Giving them as Xmas presents o grandchildren so can give feedback after Xmas !
Just a rabbit and Mother Nature are two beautiful books, although our grandson is only 8months old he loves books and really loved it when I read him Just a Rabbit! Looking forward to reading him Mother Nature too.