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Reviewed by Edith Wairimu for Readers' Favorite
Carole P. Roman’s wonderful children’s story, Mrs. Rabbit's Friendsgiving Dinner, tenderly reminds us of the essence of holidays. With all her bunnies unable to attend her annual holiday dinner, Mrs. Rabbit feels lonely and unhappy. She prepares a hearty stew but has no one to share it with. Without her family, the holiday does not feel the same. As Mrs. Rabbit sits alone by her table, the doorbell rings. She opens her door to find Gary Gopher at her doorstep holding a plate of food which he hopes to share with her. Happy to have company, Mrs. Rabbit ushers him in. Other knocks follow and she realizes she is not alone. Suddenly surrounded by friends, Mrs. Rabbit feels happier. She comes up with a brilliant idea for celebrating holidays.
With its delightful illustrations that help tell the story, Mrs. Rabbit's Friendsgiving Dinner offers practical ways for celebrating holidays when family members are unable to gather together. It features a colorful, interesting cast of characters that children will love. They will be excited with each knock on Mrs. Rabbit’s door and will enjoy learning about the animals included. The characters remind us to reach out to those around us who may not have anyone to celebrate with. They also portray invaluable lessons about what Thanksgiving and other holidays are about. A heart-warming tale with a happy ending, Mrs. Rabbit's Friendsgiving Dinner by Carole P. Roman threads impactful, helpful lessons into its plot. It is told through lovely illustrations and charming characters that young readers will find enthralling. Highly recommended.