Good News, Bad News

Good News, Bad News

eBook - 2012
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While on a picnic, Bunny and Mouse see everything that happens to them from opposite points of view--Bunny sees only the good, while Mouse sees only the bad.
Publisher: San Francisco : Chronicle Books, c2012
ISBN: 9781452118536
1452118531
Branch Call Number: Overdrive eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource : col. ill

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Rabbit invites Mouse to have a picnic with him. Looks like a good day until...everything falls apart. Rabbit tries to see the silver lining in each event while Mouse is getting more and more frustrated. But when Rabbit can't see the silver lining any more Mouse has to figure out how to support... Read More »

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ArapahoeMollie Jun 06, 2017

No matter how you see it, picnics are fun!


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JJAlora
May 28, 2014

Such a simple book yet so deeply insightful. Rabbit sees the positive in everything, whereas mouse see only the negative. After reading it only one time to my kids, the next day my 4 year old sat down beside my 2 year old and READ it to her...of course not actually reading but describing everything and how Rabbit kept seeing it as "good news" and mouse seeing it as "bad news". One of my kids very favorites. Now we laugh and say "good news!" whenever something happens with a silver lining. Kudos to the author and the illustrator!

kimrae Mar 02, 2013

A great book - rabbit is so optimistic, I love it!

ChristchurchLib Jan 24, 2013

Rabbit is unflaggingly optimistic, while his friend Mouse tends to see things a bit more negatively. Using only the words in the title (plus one additional word at the end), Good News, Bad News tells a very funny story about a picnic plagued by problems - a rainstorm, pests, and even lightning that sizzles the two friends to cinders in animated-cartoon style ("sensitive readers beware," warns Kirkus Reviews). Until this final mishap, Rabbit sees the bright side of or a solution to every challenge, but it's Mouse who has a positive attitude, at last, in the end.
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finnja22
Nov 21, 2012

The title contains the only four words you will find in the this book. The illustrations tell the rest of the story. My children (3 and 6) really responded to it, and like to read it again and again.

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mombrarian
Sep 11, 2012

A hilarious picture book that even older kids (and adults!) will enjoy.

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