Poor Davy is stuck in the middle. He's too little to go hiking on the mountain with big brother Dan and he's too big to play hop-on-pop with Donny, Daisy, and Dinah. But he's just right whenever the rest of the Rabbit family needs him to do something for them -- like babysit. One day Davy has had enough! He storms out of the burrow and runs to his special hideout to sulk. ""No one loves me!"" he wails. Davy is wrong, though. His family loves him a lot, and they come up with a wonderful surprise to show him just how much.
As in the other books in the popular Davy series, this new story explores common childhood concerns sweetly and sympathetically, capturing middle-child blues with humor and insight.