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Squish Rabbit by Katherine Battersby
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Sep 10, 11

bookshelves: friendship, being-small, picture-books, rabbits, borrowed-from-the-library
Read in September, 2011

** spoiler alert ** Squish Rabbit is tiny and often goes unnoticed. He's tired of everyone ignoring him, so he makes his own friend out of some fabric. It's not a completely satisfying solution, however. When he makes the acquaintance of a new animal, he quickly discovers the joys of having real friends.

Squish Rabbit is really cute and the problems of being small are quite poignant. "No one noticed Squish, or listened to his stories." He eventually finds his voice and a similar-in-stature companion, which young readers and listeners will find satisfying. I thought some of the plot elements were a little random (playing with the trees who broke the rules), but overall this story of finding friendship isn't bad.

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