Review: Ralphy the Rabbit: Finds Himself by David Wallace and Lorian Dean
Here is a summary of what the book is about. The story is about a rabbit named Ralphy. He knew he was different from his brothers and sisters. Ralphy couldn't hop very far but the thing that drove him nuts was his ears. Ralphy ears were larger and crooked than a normal rabbit. When kids came into the pet shop they would laugh at him as they pass by him. One day a little girl named Marta noticed Ralphy jumping around in his cage. From that moment everything changed for Ralphy.
What an incredible story to read to children.
There are some wonderful adventures that teach great moral lessons.
It has a wonderful message about friendship and accepting yourself just the way you are. Also, don't worry about what other people think of you.
I feel this book is geared toward the age range of 6 to preteen.
I believe the message is also saying it's ok to be different.