HOME FOR A BUNNY
Margaret Wise Brown
None but the bunny's home is his own and he doesn't find it until he meets another bunny. The first bunny is brown, the second white and the springtime wanderings of the brown, as he asks frog, bird and groundhog for lodgings which only prove inadequate for him, have a charming logic. Garth Williams' colored spreads for the book have subtle, exact details which keep revealing themselves each time the pictures are looked at.