Harold the rabbit has huge, we're talking huge, feet. The rest of his body has decided to grow and grow and grow to catch up with those feet and Harold is quickly outgrowing the house where he lives with his family. He just doesn't fit in anymore.
Where does Harold belong? How does he fit into the world when he no longer fits in to the world of rabbits.
A growing rabbit is a hungry rabbit and Harold searches out fields of vegetables to consume making enemies of bands of farmers who give chase and eventually hunt him down for months.
Can Harold find a place to be Harold? Can Harold find something he can do well? Touched with humor and a delightful playfulness that carries the important message about identity and finding yourself, this is a classic tale and a family favorite for many.
978-0395329238 Ages 4-7 48 pages
Recommended by: Barb Langridge, abookandahug.com