Noah the bunny feels "squished and squashed by the sleepy rabbits" in his burrow, so into the night he goes. An albatross takes him to the frozen North where he plays in the snow and then sleeps, splendidly alone, in an ice cave. But when he wakes up cold, all he wants is to be back in his burrow - will he be able to get home? Is there really any doubt? Chapman delivers one of her trademark adorable little animals endowed with a Disney-esque range of expressions. The icy-blue palette of the North stands in sharp and effective contrast to the cozy browns of the burrow in this mild flight of fancy. (Picture book. 3-6) (Kirkus Reviews)
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About the Author
Elizabeth Baguley studied English Literature before going on to train as a teacher. She began writing for children when she discovered the power of picture books when reading to her daughters. Elizabeth has also written Meggie Moon for Little Tiger Press. Jane Chapman was born in the West Country. She studied illustration at Brighton University where she gained a First and a husband, illustrator Tim Warnes. They have two young sons. Jane has illustrated many books for Little Tiger Press, including Big Bear Little Bear.