“The Snow Rabbit”
In this wordless picture book, two sisters watch the falling snow and an adventure begins.
One sister ventures outside to build a snow rabbit. She carries it back inside to share with her sister. When the rabbit begins to melt, the sisters head outside.
As soon as the rabbit feels the cold snow, it hops away. The sisters chase it further into the dark woods where the wheelchair gets stuck in the deep snow.
Scared, they huddle together until a larger-than-life white rabbit springs towards them. Read the book to discover this heartfelt ending.
The cut-paper illustrations are so beautifully crafted that no text is needed to tell this story, only a reader’s imagination.
This book promotes creative components of imagination and compassion.
WHY I LIKE THIS BOOK: I like this book because its paper-crafted illustrations seamlessly tell a story while allowing the reader’s imagination to “read” the story.
TITLE: The Snow Rabbit
AUTHOR: Camille Garoche
ILLUSTRATOR: Camille Garoche
PUBLISHER: Enchanted Lion Books, 2015
AGE GROUP: 3-6
TOPIC(S): winter, sibling relationship, wordless
CREATIVE COMPONENTS: imagination, empathy
1) Create your own snow rabbit using only paper and scissors.
2) Make paper snowflakes. For easy instructions, visit https://kinderart.com/art-lessons/seasons/winter/paper-snowflakes/
3) Try your hand at making an origami rabbit by visiting https://www.origami-resource-center.com/easy-origami-rabbit.html.
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