Please Don’t Tell Cooper That Jack is a Rabbit, Book 2 of the Cooper the Dog series (Mom’s Choice Award Recipient-Gold) Paperback – September 10, 2021 by Michelle Lander Feinberg

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[32 pages]

PUB: September 10, 2021

$13.95 $9.45

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Author: Lander Feinberg Michelle

Package Dimensions: 7x251x109

Number Of Pages: 32

Release Date: 10-09-2021

Details: Product Description * 2021 Mom’s Choice Awards® Gold Award Recipient* 2021 New York City Big Book Award, Distinguished Favorite* 5-Star Reviews from Readers’ Favorite and LitPick* 2021 Royal Dragonfly 1st Place Winner (tie), Picture Books 5 & YoungerA kind-hearted dog and rabbit who are best friends learn that differences are what make us special.Cooper the affable and friendly dog is back, and he’s looking to make a buddy. In this second title in the award-winning Cooper the Dog series, Please Don’t Tell Cooper That Jack is a Rabbit, Cooper and his best friend rejoice in silly escapades together and learn that having differences is the best part of friendship. When Uncle Stephen takes Cooper out in the yard, the winsome hound bounds after a rabbit outside of the fence. It isn’t long before the rabbit realizes he has nothing to fear; this playful pup is looking for a friend. Jack the Rabbit and Cooper become inseparable chums.Whether it’s blazing through parks and playgrounds, visiting museums and bookstores, or hunting for sticks, Cooper and Jack don’t realize that some may think they make an unlikely pair, they just know that they like being around each other. “Cooper and Jack are so much alike. They love to explore, on foot or by bike. Playing inside or out, it depends on the weather. Either way, they have fun just being together.”Through masterfully written rollicking rhymes by author Michelle Lander Feinberg paired with vibrant painterly illustrations by Anna Mosca, young readers will delight in the spreads of Jack and Cooper romping around and doing the things that good friends do together. The sprightly story conveys a subtle and sweet message that celebrates differences, kindness, and friendship.”It’s no big deal that they aren’t the same. A bunny and hound? A name is just a name.” Review “…totally fun and heartwarming, as well as promoting inclusivity, tolerance and friendship. A worthy award-winning book which, although perfectly pitched for young children, will be loved by adults as well, Please Don’t Tell Cooper That Jack is a Rabbit comes very highly recommended by Chick Lit Café.”- Chick Lit Cafe “…Young readers will learn valuable lessons about friendship and having fun despite differences in appearance. This book will warm hearts and show readers than an unlikely pair truly can be a gift.”- LitPick 5-Star Review”A book to treasure, share, read again and again as its message will never be repeated enough… An astounding, amazing book about tolerance and friendship that I could not recommend more!” – Marie-Hélène Fasquel for Readers’ Favorite (5-Star Review) “This is a story with a powerful message: we’re all different, but we’re also all worthy of love and friendships. Beautifully told. Loved it.” – Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers’ Favorite (5 Star Review) “… a heart-warming, feel-good story that adults will want to share with their kids.” -Kristine Zimmerman for Readers’ Favorite (5-Star Review) “…a book I shall buy as a gift for the children in my life, not least so I can have the fun of reading it many times to the little ones!” -Sarah Stuart for Readers’ Favorite (5-Star Review) “It helps to set a positive pattern for the family. Highly recommended.” -Bruce Arrington for Readers’ Favorite (5-Star Review) “A timely tale that friendships can be made even in unlikely situations.” – Bookroo”Cooper and the rabbit show what relationship goals should look like for everyone!”- Reader Views Kids”From information on pet adoption to discussions of diversity, acceptance, and overcoming obstacles, Please Don’t Tell Cooper That Jack is a Rabbit embraces many themes that lend to opportunities for enlightenment for the very young.” – D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review “Here’s to hoping that it won’t be the last book to feature Cooper the Dog.” – Erin Britton for Manhattan Book Review  “…Please Don’t Tell Cooper That Jack is a Rabbit is a book that young children will want to read

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