This is my grandaughter Violet’s official first book. I’m sure there were many other board books that she gummed along the way but How Do You Read to a Rabbit is her go-to favourite because she loves the pictures. She loves animals, anyway, but how can you resist Andrea Wayne’s whimsical gentle drawings? I love her Bing and Chutney characters too and have a portrait of them hanging in my bedroom. Violet currently likes the dolphin page in her book and has learned the phrase “all wet” from it. Her dad, my son Craig, also enjoyed many Annick picture books. I remember his favourite used to be Mashed Potato Mountain by Laurel Gugler. I’m so grateful to Annick for those little handsized picture books that I used to carry around in my purse, the emergency stories that I used to entertain my three children in the waiting rooms of life. They introduced my kids to reading and to many great Canadian children’s writers like Andrea.
How Do You Read to a Rabbit by Andrea Wayne von Koningslow
by Sylvia McNicoll | Sep 7, 2011 | Sylvia McNicoll | 2 comments
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Andrea Wayne is one of my favourite picture book authors. I met her when I was a kid and she had a purse shaped like a chicken. Totally cool.