“Bunny Abu and cloth dolls” is also edited by Japanese writer Miyama.
The picture book is emotional as the line to explain the truth of others’ things that cannot be used and grateful.
It tells that a rabbit Abu found a cloth doll on the tree stump in the field. She liked and brought home.
When she returned home, her mother found her cloth doll, but Abu lied to borrow friends.
With the company’s companionship, Abu’s life has more companions and no longer alone.
When she went to the stump again, she found a pig who was sad and crying because of the loss of cloth dolls. Abu did not return to the piglet because he liked this cloth doll too much.
When the piglet left, Abu was reluctant to put the cloth doll on the stump.
When Abu went to the field the next day, he found that the cloth doll in the stump was gone, but a necklace woven by clover.
Finally, we saw the little rabbit Abu’s happy smile.
This book tells what is not your own. When you do n’t take it casually, you are not so simple and rude. Instead, you use the rabbit Abu’s own mood as a lead. It is easy to resonate with the child.
And in the end, what surprised us was that the piglets did not know who returned their cloth dolls, but made a necklace as a reward for gratitude, and did not complain that others took away her.
This book is a very loving picture book. Not only does it taught children not to take other people’s things, but also learned to be grateful, and cultivated children’s empathy ability. It is worth reading with children!