The Zabbit

Written by Jim Walkow • Illustrated by Shawn Carson

Reviewed by Jacqueline M. (age 8)

This book is about being kind to other people. It doesn't matter what's on the outside; it matters what is on the inside. Abbit's mother and father told him to believe in himself. It dosen't matter who you are or what you are. All that matters is that you believe in yourself for who you are. Don't say you want to be someone else; it's good the way you are. Think about it!

The illustrations looked real. The animals had good expressions on their faces. The drawings were exciting.

I liked this book because it was about being kind to other people. It teaches you not to tease other people.

My favorite part was the end when he said the magic is in you.

I recommend that people who are little read this book because it has rabbits and zebras and is magical. You will have a lifetime of rabbits in this book.

Jacqueline M. is a student in Ms. Roggeveen's 2nd Grade Class
2001-2002