A delightful picture book for any age from three up. There's plain delight in story and pictures -- and a moral if you want it. Spotty, a brown and white bunny in a peaceful white and pink warren suffers loneliness when his family label him queer. He leaves home and finds a comfortable, welcome place in a forest of spotted rabbits. He learns, to his surprise, that a lovely pink and white rabbit is as unhappy in this setting as he was in his, and their mutual difficulties are solved with dispatch and joy. This is a sure favorite -- both for libraries and bookshop customers.