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Parents already love 'The Rabbit Listened.' How's the author's follow-up?

"Goodbye, Friend! Hello, Friend!" by Cori Doerrfeld, Dial Books for Young Readers, 40 pages, $17.99, ages up to 3

"The Rabbit Listened," Cori Doerrfeld's 2018 critically acclaimed children's book, opened with a crash: A flock of birds knocked over Taylor's amazing block tower, destroying everything. From there, the book performed alchemy unique to only very few children's books: It taught children - and their parents - a lesson without ever making it feel like anything

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