It depends on how you look at things"" is the moral of the story of The Churkendoose, part this and that, and a tap dancer...

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THE BABY BUNNY

It depends on how you look at things"" is the moral of the story of The Churkendoose, part this and that, and a tap dancer as well, is about to be ordered out of the henhouse because he is very different, but after he frightens away a fox, the ""Churh"" is happily accepted for ""himself alone"". Colorful pictures of portly fowl... Baby Susan's Chliken which was looked down upon because it did not grow up to crow nor have a comb on its head, shows it's the best of all by laying an egg. Appealing pictures... The Baby Bunny realizes his dream of being important by being (wrongly) suspected of eating a whole field of lettuce. Cuddly bunny illustrations.... Tried and true, all, although we're tired of rabbits of the Disney stamp, with protruding front teeth.

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Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1951