[Book Review] Spring Hare by Eugene Yelchin @EYelchin @MacKidsBooks @HenryHolt #KidLit #Childrensbooks #ChildrensFiction

Spring Hare by Eugene Yelchin

Genre: Children’s Fiction

Publisher: Henry Holt & Co.

Publication Date: January 17, 2017


An adorable baby hare springs into an adventure, following his human friend up, up, and away in this flight of fancy. He follows his friend ever higher, flying through fluffy white clouds, chasing a red airplane through a flock of geese, and soaring into space on a rocket ship, before catching a ride on a shooting star back down to earth—and into his friend’s waiting arms. With bright, kid-friendly collage, this is a beautiful and accessible celebration of Spring and the imagination! 


My Thoughts

This is a wordless, illustrated book for preschoolers.  It’s about a baby Hare who follows his friend (a little girl), up to the sky and into space.  

This was my first experience reading a book with no words..so I had no idea how my kids would react or if they’d even be interested. My children’s ages range from 11 years old to 8 months.  They all loved the colourful illustrations.  My 5 year old took to this book the most by narrating his version the story.  It was definitely a great way to get the creative juices going and have the kids use their imagination. 

My Rating ❤️❤️❤️❤️


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