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Too Many Carrots by Katy Hudson is a gorgeously illustrated short story book for children. Its main character, Rabbit, is one carrot loving bunny! He loves carrots so much in fact that he can no longer fit into his own home; his carrots are taking over his entire living space! Too Many Carrots follows Rabbit on his journey to find a new home for himself and his carrots. After a string of failed attempts leaves not only Rabbit but also all of his friends homeless, he realizes that what he needs to do is share his carrots with everyone instead of hoarding them away in his home. A product was provided for this review and this post contains affiliate links.
Too Many Carrots by Katy Hudson
Too Many Carrots is a great book for teaching children about the power of friendship and sharing. Even though all of Rabbits friends end up having their homes destroyed they still love him and go on this journey with him. Rabbit learns a valuable lesson about friendship and sharing when he discovers that hiding all of his carrots in his home is not doing him any good. He realizes that if he shares his carrots with his friends he not only has enough room in his home for himself but also for his friends and some carrots!
I loved that this picture book had bright, colorful, beautifully drawn pages. The words are easy to see and read, and for young readers to follow along. I also liked that the pages have so many things happening! We loved reading Too Many Carrots but we also enjoyed stopping on each page to practice counting, identifying colors, shapes, objects, and more! This is a great picture book for teaching kids about why it is important to build strong friendships.
This is a great book for filling that Easter basket as well! I loved the little, stuffed carrot that accompanied the book! Giving gifts that encourage patience and building strong relationships is important and super easy with this great new book from Capstone publishing!