The Rescue Rabbit team is there to help, no matter the job! Four rabbits team up to help the other animals when they need it. When Prince Rex the Rhino gets stuck in a tree with chopsticks up his nose and ants in his pants, the Rescue Rabbits get the call. But this time, they can’t fix all of his problems…and this time, it’s Mama Rhino’s turn to help. Rex thinks his mom will be angry with him for breaking her ant farm, but it turns out she doesn’t care much about the ants and more about him being alright.
The Rescue Rabbits by Eric Seltzer has good messages about helping others, and that it’s ok to make mistakes. This book is written in a captivating way with key words written in red, the dialogue written in speech bubbles, and bright, colorful illustrations by Roland Garrigue. This book is great for a young audience!
Eric Seltzer received his BFA from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan. He worked as a TV graphics designer and an advertising art director before writing and illustrating children’s books. His book Four Pups and a Wormwas an IRA/CBC Children’s Book Choice, and The Long Dog was named a Gryphon Award Honor Book. He recently published the board book Arf! Buzz! Cluck! illustrated by David Creighton-Pester. Eric lives with his family in Michigan.
Roland Garrigue is a prolific children’s book illustrator from Paris who attended art school in Strasbourg, France. His recent books include Cavekid Birthday, written by Cathy Breisacher, and Mother Ghost: Nursery Rhymes for Little Monsters, written by Rachel Kolar. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter @rolandgarrigue.“Readers will see in these pages a gentle spoof of cartoons and blockbusters that include endless product tie-ins, but the story also offers an amusing tribute to competency-themed pretend play.” —Publishers Weekly
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