When Badger throws a party, Squirrel brings fairycakes, Owl brings streamers, Rat brings funny hats, and Bat brings an accordion, but Mole brings only himself and feels badly until his friends reassure him.
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Ages 4^-7. In Badger's Parting Gifts (1984), Varley wrote and illustrated a beautifully restrained picture book about Badger's death and the comfort his grieving friends found in their memories of him. Oram's Badger's Bring Something Party also succeeds, but to a lesser extent and on a smaller scale. This prequel concerns a "Bring Something Party" Badger gives for his friends. When Mole protests that he has nothing to bring, Badger reassures him that he can just bring himself. At the party, Mole's gloom and guilt over arriving empty-handed spoil his mood until Badger convinces him that he has much to contribute by becoming more outgoing and sharing his intangible gifts with others. Varley's appealing line-and-watercolor paintings recall the landscape and the animal characters of The Wind in the Willows. At times the text seems a bit heavy-handed in making its point. However, the lesson is a gentle one that many parents will want to share with their children, who will certainly identify with Mole and enjoy his triumph in the end. Carolyn Phelan
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