The Rabbit Problem

The Rabbit Problem

Book - 2010
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In Fibonacci's Field, Lonely and Chalk Rabbit meet, snuggle together, and then spend a year trying to cope with their ever-increasing brood and the seasonal changes that bring a new challenge each month. Presented in calendar format with one pop-up illustration and other special features.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2010.
Edition: 1st U.S. ed.
ISBN: 9781442412552
Branch Call Number: E/GRAVETT
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 29 cm.


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Jan 28, 2019

I have mixed feelings about this book. Since it's marketed as a kids' book, I feel like there's a lot of details/features that aren't as accessible to younger readers simply due to reading level. It is a cute book though and it's something that I think kids could grow into and develop and understanding for the more complex content. It could also function as entertainment for multiple age levels such as providing kids a portion to enjoy along with parents reading to them. It kind of makes me think of a kids' version of the Griffin and Sabine books.

nypl_morningside_heights Jan 07, 2014

The children enjoyed the book, It goes through the months, I only read selected text from each month in the group setting.

DaytonMuse May 07, 2013

My four-year-old has requested this a few times, but not many. Its calendar format isn't particularly conducive to story time and it still takes a long time to go through. The details in each illustration are fantastic, though, and she has spent some time just exploring on her own (she can't read the words on her own yet, though). I think more experienced readers might get more out of this fascinating and humorous book. I certainly loved it and made sure to read every little detail after my daughter went to sleep.

Jul 14, 2012

Not a story, but a concept book

Oct 15, 2011

This is so delightful for all ages. Clever idea.

miss_b Dec 30, 2009

Beautifully illustrated, lots of fun extras (including a rabbit newspaper and cookbook), plus it incorporates math with Fibonnaci's equation/numbers... Love it.

dntblnk Sep 24, 2009

not a book for little kids but a great book for adults and children around 7 and up.


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