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FREE BOOK Ø The Rabbits ô Uses rabbits, a species introduced to Australia, to represent an allegory of the arrival of Europeans in Australia and the widespread environmental destruction caused by man throughout the continent Finally I ve been trying to get hold of this book for ages.It came in to the library today, so I sat down and read it And re read it And read it again.How amazing, all of these children s books that are written these days, designed to teach kids about unpleasant things in a less abrasive way.The Rabbits is about colonization The Rabbits are the English, arriving in Australia and making life hell for the native Australian animals It s great.I m ashamed to say that I knew very little about th Finally I ve been trying to get hold of this book for ages.It came in to the library today, so I sat down and read it And re read it And read it again.How amazing, all of these children s books that are written these days, designed to teach kids about unpleasant things in a less abrasive way.The Rabbits is about colonization The Rabbits are the English, arriving in Australia and making life hell for the native Australian animals It s great.I m ashamed to say that I knew very little about the English treatment of Indigenous Australians until I began my tertiary education, and frankly I think that says a lot about the Australian education system.Books such as this, The Island, pretty much ANYTHING by Gary Crew are all about teaching children empathy It s about looking at the nasty things in the world, in the hopes that these newly empathetic children will be the difference we need.I highly recommend reading these types of books to your children The Rabbits by John Marsden and Shaun Tan is a book about environmental issues created by man After reading The Arrivalwe quickly became hooked on Shaun Tan s draftmanship It s amazing how a book with very few words and mainly illustrations can send such a powerful message that will leave you pondering This story by John Marsden paired with Shaun Tan s visually stimulating illustrations makes this one that will stay with me forever I thoroughly enjoyed talking and brainstorming with childr The Rabbits by John Marsden and Shaun Tan is a book about environmental issues created by man After reading The Arrivalwe quickly became hooked on Shaun Tan s draftmanship It s amazing how a book with very few words and mainly illustrations can send such a powerful message that will leave you pondering This story by John Marsden paired with Shaun Tan s visually stimulating illustrations makes this one that will stay with me forever I thoroughly enjoyed talking and brainstorming with children after the reading to see what they thought I highly recommend this book for schools and home libraries We re definitely adding it to ours Looking forward toby this author.5 We are a plague species Using his unique, beautiful visual language, Tan explains just what that means We are a plague species Using his unique, beautiful visual language, Tan explains just what that means Illustrated by Shaun Tan, this book is just as good as The Red Tree in the way it takes very simple text and evocative pictures to communicate a complex, emotional message When the Rabbits come to Australia, the native animals try to be welcoming, but soon find themselves overrun Several pages gave me a lump in my throat the images just do such a good job of communicating helplessness, loss, and grief I admire how well Shaun Tan can produce such a monumental sense of space in his pictures.I Illustrated by Shaun Tan, this book is just as good as The Red Tree in the way it takes very simple text and evocative pictures to communicate a complex, emotional message When the Rabbits come to Australia, the native animals try to be welcoming, but soon find themselves overrun Several pages gave me a lump in my throat the images just do such a good job of communicating helplessness, loss, and grief I admire how well Shaun Tan can produce such a monumental sense of space in his pictures.I found it interesting to compare this book to The Arrival This book, too, is about coming to a new country But I guess that is the fundamental difference between immigration adapting to what you find and colonization taking over what you find Brilliant book Good picture book for older readers