Seesaws, diving boards, ski jumps, slides—life comes with its share of ups and downs. And for the adventurous, on-the-go Rabbit, they’re simply par for the course. The creation of Jo Ham, whose art celebrates the magic of everyday life, Rabbithas been spotted everywhere from the Centre Pompidou in Paris to the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston and on mugs and nursery decorations in homes around the world. Now, with Uh-Oh! Rabbit and its companion title Yippee! Rabbit, the iconic black-silhouetted bunnyappears for the first time in a series of children’s books—fun, playful, and irreverent stories in striking and stylish packages that beg for a place on children’s bookshelves.
Rabbit up. Uh-oh! Rabbit down . . . With some droll ascents and landings, Jo Ham’s international sensation hops into the pages of a picture-book series for the first time.
Great for Early Conversation about Opposites
Illustrations/Photos (if applicable)
The illustrated scenarios are a bit of fun and easy to memorize so young readers could “read” along with their grown-ups. With black, white, and yellow and simple repeated text it is sure to delight the youngest of readers. It is great for the early discussion of opposites of up and down.