Too Many Carrots

Publisher: Curious Fox

Review

Rabbit loves carrots. He loves them so much that his whole burrow is full of carrots, and there's no room for him to sleep there anymore. What will he do?

Rabbit has lots of friends, and they keep offering him a place to stay - but every time, Rabbit brings his carrots with him. Now there's no room at anyone's house! Finally, Rabbit finds the solution, and realises that sharing with friends is more important than hoarding things.

Katy Hudson explores the themes of friendship and the value of sharing in this charming and beautifully illustrated picture book, ideal for children aged four to six.

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