As the sun comes up, all of the farm animals cry out in praise of the new day, except for Raggety-Taggle and his rabbit kin, who silently ponder what sound they should make. In Carrie Weston's story for readers and listeners up to 6, the philosophical bunny is soon chased by all manner of beasts—miaowing and barking and oinking just behind him—and Raggety-Taggle considers that making noise isn't a desirable trait after all. In these illustrations by the author of Penguins Can't Fly!, both the rabbit and his pursuers are adorable, scampering over brightly-hued farmlands.
"With lots of animal sounds and large, brightly toned illustrations, this British import will delight preschool crowds."—School Library Journal