An adventurous, fun-loving bunny skips rocks, explores by the river, and turns cartwheels through the forest, happy to be away from her bossy older brother, in Ulf Nilsson’s Little Sister Rabbit Gets Lost, a Swedish classic reminiscent of the world of Beatrix Potter. Sepia tones with softly muted hues from Eva Eriksson create an old-fashioned playfulness when Little Sister’s wandering takes her away from the burrow until she’s maybe wishing Big Brother was with her after all.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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