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Topic - Big Nutbrown Hare
Like many other parents, my wife and I think that building a child's library creates an important gateway to acquiring a lifelong interest, passion and love for reading. Thus far, our 4-year-old son, Andrew, seems to enjoy his copious amount of books. We hope this early passion for literature continues to grow and develop.
Although Big Nutbrown Hare warns him not get too close, he eventually comes back to the hole — only to hear "his own little voice inside his head, and it was telling him to be careful."
From mere outstretched arms to "across the river and over the hills," Big Nutbrown Hare adds just a touch extra to his smaller counterpart's declarations of love and fondness.