MOLLY MOVES OUT by Susan Pearson

MOLLY MOVES OUT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Life is hectic with four little brothers and three little sisters (all rabbits), so Molly moves into a house of her own. Then just when solitary bliss begins to turn to loneliness, she makes friends with a neighbor. . . and her family arrives for a surprise housewarming. The point is made clear midway when Molly, thinking about noise and quiet, decides that ""Maybe all the time is too much of anything."" True enough, and the demonstration here is both animated and cozy. But Molly's route is a well-traveled one, and despite her elaboration (mostly examples of rabbit family chaos), Pearson seems to be just going through the motions.

Pub Date: Sept. 14th, 1979
Publisher: Dial