Written by Deborah Underwood – Illustrated by T. L. McBeth
Holt Books for Young Readers
40 Pages, Ages 4-8
The clothes don't make the bunny in this new picture book from New York Times-bestselling author Deborah Underwood, illustrated by T. L. McBeth.
When Ogilvy moves to a new town, the possibilities feel endless. There are so many new bunny friends and fun things to do together! But in this town, bunnies in dresses play ball and knit socks, and bunnies in sweaters make art and climb rocks. Ogilvy wants to do everything―and won't let a sweater or a dress get in the way.
A Junior Library Guild Selection.
Kirkus Review - ☆ “Multifaceted… relevant to everyone.”
Publishers Weekly - “…an excellent entry point to conversations about celebrating individuality and personal choice.”
The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books - Recommend Review - A “comedic take on irrational differentiations. “
The Horn Book Magazine - “…illustrations “made with graphite pencils, Adobe Photoshop, and sweaters,” whose bold lines and loose shadows give a classic feel to this fable with a modern message.”
Youth Services Book Review - ☆ “…this clever rhyming book reads like a modern-day and inclusive Seuss story.”
San Francisco Chronicle - “Takeaway: A single voice matters.”
The Horn Book Magazine 2018–2019 Yearbook Superlatives - “Best dressed.”