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I was at my doctor's office yesterday and noticed this book. I was strangely happy that the Serendipity books are still around, and so I read this one. While it doesn't match the greatness that is Serendipity, it was still pretty good.Leo the Lop has ears that are strange - or are they - and the boo...
My note on this book says: Reminds me of the Mrs Piggle-Wiggle books but slightly less absurd. So take that as you will.
A heavy subject wrapped up in a way that kids can understand.
Fits my idea of a quintessential Serendipity book: fantastic land, beautiful creatures, moral at the end (not as heavy-handed as some…).
I feel like the intent behind this one is good, but the repetition that being handicapped is only a state of mind doesn’t sound great? I mean, the story could have hit harder on the other animals’ prejudice towards Fanny than the fact that she has three legs?