"Join Me. Where: The Field. When? Right now! The Lonely Rabbit."
This is a great book for adults and children alike. Laid out in the form of a calender, you follow the joys and difficulties that the rabbits go though during the year. The illustrations are both detailed and funny, with more than just rabbits. For those who remember the book Masquerade, it's a similar idea, but without the irritating puzzles.
Most pages have some sort of insert, a good example being February: The Cold Rabbit Problem, which has a fully illustrated knitting pattern. I can't knit, but even I could follow the abbreviations. Knit 1, Purl 1, Have a cuppa! Sounds just like my grandma when she used to knit.
The whole of this book is an illustration of Fibonacci's rabbit problem, which is explained in Fibonacci fields only local news paper The Fibber (See July - The Bored Rabbit Problem.) Basically, each number is the sum of the two preceding numbers: i.e. the number sequence 1,1,2,3,5,8,... Just remember, this is NOT a maths book.
I had thought of giving this book to my Grandson, but it's too good to give away. He'll just have to wait until he's older and buy his own copy!