Leap, Hare, Leap! pays a lyrical visit to the many different types of hares seen around the world, from the fields of Britain to the forests of Japan.
Through Dom Conlon's poetry and the eyes of a brown hare leaping away from an unknown danger, we learn what makes each species of hare unique and how they survive in their natural habitats.
Children will discover new terminology and information through a poetic language which inspires them to love these animals, brought vividly to life by the enchanting artwork of Anastasia Izlesou.
The book is completed by a list of facts and figures about the hare which link to the main text, wonderfully combining the fantastical and the factual and showing how remarkable hares are in all their diverse forms.
Hare species/locations include: The European hare, The black-tailed jackrabbit (USA), The Arctic hare, The woolly hare (China), The Japanese hare.
Dom Conlan has a huge heart and uses wonderful words, illustrated by Anastasia Izlesou