The Rabbit, The Dark and the Biscuit Tin


Rabbit chooses his best Biscuit Tin to capture The Dark. He is not tired and he does not want to go to bed. Without The Dark he can stay up and play all day, and all night!

Yet ‘The Rabbit, The Dark and The Biscuit Tin‘ have problems. Rabbit has friends, like bats, owls and fox cubs, who awaken in The Dark and need daylight to rest. How can Rabbit eat breakfast when there is no morning? He might consider eating carrots all the time, but even carrots need The Dark.

Nicola O’Byrne’s picture books offer exhilarating, unique reading experiences. Her images are clear, wide-eyed and appealing. The interactive experience is rich for contemplation. Will Rabbit open the Biscuit Tin and release The Dark? Take a look!

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The Rabbit, The Dark and the Biscuit Tin

Nicola O’Byrne

(Nosy Crow)

Rabbit has the bright idea to capture The Dark in his best Biscuit Tin. Once The Dark is captive, there can be no nighttime and no need for sleep! Rabbit does not want to go to bed. Yet a world without The Dark poses problems. What about overheated carrots? Nocturnal animals? Will Rabbit be convinced that The Dark is necessary?


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