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Reviewed by Marie-Hélène Fasquel for Readers' Favorite
Please Don't Tell Cooper That Jack is a Rabbit by Michelle Lander Feinberg is a lovely children’s book written from the heart. Indeed the author is a life-long animal advocate and she shares with us and our children a superbly illustrated story. The text is short, to the point, and rhymes in the best possible way, making us sing the words instead of reading them to our sons and daughters or pupils. It is perfect for a lively and fun nighttime story with an essential moral. A book to treasure, share, read again and again as its message will never be repeated enough.
Please Don't Tell Cooper That Jack is a Rabbit by Michelle Lander Feinberg is first and foremost a profound story, even if it is extraordinarily engaging and nice to read. It is the second book starring Cooper the adorable dog and you immediately want to read the first one. Cooper is a tender, kind at heart, lively dog and he cannot see a rabbit without running after it, scaring it to death, while he only wants to make friends. In fact, Cooper is not interested in appearances and is not frightened by differences. Quite the contrary! He is going to become best friends with this tiny rabbit and even have him adopted. He is generous and shows us that what truly (and only) matters is who we are and not what we look like! The author urges us warmly: “Keep your mind and heart open and be yourself!” An astounding, amazing book about tolerance and friendship that I could not recommend more!