||In this sequel to LITTLE RABBIT LOST, the prospect of the first day of class delights Little Rabbit. "Now we are big. We are going to school." He's not so confident that he feels comfortable leaving his blue polka-dotted pull-toy Charlie Horse at home, though, and he tows Charlie along. Charlie Horse turns out to be a catastrophe in class, stomping across Miss Morag's shoes and jumping into the cake batter. Little Rabbit refuses to share his toy with the other children: "Charlie Horse does not want to play with you." Charlie leads Little Rabbit astray during a nature walk, and for a while they're lost in the woods. Little Rabbit finally concedes that he should leave Charlie Horse at home in the future. Full-color ink-and-watercolor illustrations accompany the text.
||Little Rabbit takes his favorite toy, Charlie Horse, along for his first day of school and when there is trouble, he blames it all on Charlie.
|Editors Note 2
||Today is Little Rabbit's first day of school and he has decided to bring along his favorite toy, Charlie Horse. ?Now we are big,? Little Rabbit tells his mother. The busy classroom is crowded with little rabbits and lots of activities. His new teacher seems very happy to see him and Charlie Horse?that is, until Charlie Horse disrupts story time, dances on top of the desk during music time, and jumps into the cake batter at snack time. Is Charlie Horse really ready for school?