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SEVENTH BROTHER, THE

What to know: Tiny, the puppy, is lost after being separated from Angie and her grandfather.
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Recommended age 8-12
76 minutes
DVD
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Kids liked it. "It is the story about a little dog who gets lost." "It's a little sad at first and I cried." "The dog gets lost but the rabbits take care of him when he doesn't know his way home. When it gets really cold, Tiny gets sick and the rabbits help him find his way home."
Here's an animal story for young children with a message of tolerance, acceptance and love. Well produced. Helps children understand that even someone who is different has their own strengths. In this case, the dogs and the rabbits both help the other. Kids can relate to getting lost and needing help.
Tiny, the puppy, is lost after being separated from Angie and her grandfather. Tiny must be faithful, courageous and friendly to find his way home. After spending a long night alone in the forest, Tiny is rescued and adopted by a family of rabbits. Unable to find Angie, Tiny decides to be the best brother he can be to the rabbit family. When danger threatens, he proves to be a hero. But as winter approaches, the rabbits realize Tiny is growing weaker and will not survive without the kind of food dogs need. Tiny's forest friends help him find his family. In his adventures, Tiny discovers that faith overcomes fear.
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