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Leo the Lop (1977)

by Stephen Cosgrove

Other authors: Robin James (Illustrator)

Series: Leo the Lop (1), Serendipity (1977)

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Leo the rabbit whose ears are different from all the other rabbits learns that "normal is whatever you are."
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I greatly enjoy the writing, and the message is decent enough... but very much a message. ( )
  wetdryvac | Mar 2, 2021 |
Right in the childhood.
I loved this little bunny. ( )
  Shahnareads | Jun 21, 2017 |
Leo the Lop is a bunny whose ears droop down to the ground, but all the other bunnies in his family have ears that stand straight up. They laugh and make fun of Leo every time he walks by. When he tries making his ears stand up like the others, he meets a possum who tells him that his ears looked normal before. He then tells all the others what the possum said, and then THEY are concerned and try to make their ears go the other way. The same possum tells all of them the same thing, that their ears looked normal before. All of the bunnies, Leo included, come to the conclusion that "normal is whatever you are." ( )
  liannecollins | Aug 28, 2015 |
A wonderful start to a collection of stories with Leo the Lop as the main character. Children will fall in love with this cute bunny who seems to have so many problems with wanting to fit the crowd or to be someone else while in this first adventure of his he and his fellow bunnies finds the pretty wise lesson of "what is normal?".

The collection of cute bunnies along with slightly poetic and simple writing will fascinate kids to the magic of the bunny known as Leo. ( )
  flamingrosedrakon | Aug 25, 2015 |
Wonderful drawings in a book with a good message. ( )
  kellyholmes | Dec 31, 2006 |
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Epigraph
You're special because you're you.
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Dedicated to Wendy James, the memory of the real Leo the Lop and a filly called Flutterby.
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In a warm, gentle corner of a soft, green forest a whole bunch of bunnies were born.
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So, if you are a rabbit and your ears go up or down, try to remember Leo and the lesson that he found.
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(Click to show. Warning: May contain spoilers.)
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This work is the first of the following four books:
1) Leo the Lop
2) Leo the Lop (tail two)
3) Leo the Lop (tail three)
4) Leo the Lop (tail four) aka Grampa-Lop.

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