Mini Rabbit is of indeterminate gender in the story, but referred to as ‘he’ in the blurb. Mini and Mother Rabbit are making a cake (‘Cake cake cake! Caaaake!’) but the berry jar is empty. Mother Rabbit is just saying ‘Hang on, there are some berries under the…’ as Mini rushes off to find some. Meeting various animals in various places: a forest, a lighthouse, a mountain, a cave, Mini Rabbit resolutely refuses all offers of help, and will not admit to being Lost, but finally has to accept the situation. It’s a bit scary in the cave, and Mini is getting worried, but then a familiar smell drifts on the air: cake! The smell leads Mini home, finding a berry on the way, and of course Mother has already made some lovely cake. But does Mini Rabbit still want cake? Children are notoriously fickle… The illustrations are fun, a little like Chris Haughton, and this will be fun to share.
http://booksforkeeps.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/bfklogo.png 0 0 Ellie http://booksforkeeps.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/bfklogo.png Ellie2018-11-01 10:12:172021-03-25 10:14:05Mini Rabbit: Not Lost