Reviewed by Kasey H. (age 10)
The main theme in this story is love, loss, and longing. Edward has many love ones, he loses his loved ones, and he wants to be reunited to his love ones. My personal feelings while reading this story were sadness and happiness because he gets taken away from his love ones and then reunites with them. There is a big lesson to learn in this story—how to love others. This is a fantasy book because china doll rabbits can’t think in their heads.
I believe this is a wonderful book for families because it sometimes is funny and sad and it teaches a lesson. Third, fourth, and fifth graders will like this book because they will understand the best.