When Bunny's little cousin visits, her mother tells her over and over that she must share. But her cousin wants to do everything Bunny does. He wants to play with Bunny's bear, but he pokes and pulls little Ted. He wants to play dress-up, but he spills Bunny's beads all over the floor. Bunny tries to watch TV, but he blocks her view of the screen, and when Bunny tries to paint, he scribbles all over her artwork. By the end of the day, Bunny is exasperated! But, as her cousin is getting ready to leave, she realizes she's going to miss him and his constant attention, and she discovers the real value of sharing. A gentle, reassuring lesson for children who have a tough time sharing. Ages 2 to 6.