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Product Details

  • Age Range: 4 - 8 years
  • Hardcover: 32 pages
  • Publisher: B&H Kids (October 1, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1433680459
  • ISBN-13: 978-1433680458
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 0.1 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (186 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,701 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Angie Smith is the wife of Todd Smith (lead singer of Dove Award winning group Selah), best-selling author of Mended, I Will Carry You, and What Women Fear, and one of the most popular speakers and blog writers in the country. She holds a Master’s degree in Developmental Psychology from Vanderbilt University and lives with her husband and daughters in Nashville, TN.

Customer Reviews

The pictures are very cute and the story is nice.
Patricia Walker
This story teaches children a valuable lesson about how God has created everyone and loves us - imperfections and all!
Jon Earls
The illustrations are beautiful and so is the story.
Heidi Bee

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By D. Lynch on October 1, 2013
Format: Hardcover
Audrey Bunny is a book for any onet with a little girl in their life. It is beautifully illustrated and carries a strong message of how we are all uniquely and wonderfully created, flaws and all. Be sure and read Angie's blog for the story behind the story. Heartfelt and inspiring. It's a book I can't wait to read to my granddaughter!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By M. Rodriguez TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 31, 2013
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I wasn't sure what to expect from this book, but it's so great! The illustrations are colorful, detailed, and beautiful. Audrey Bunny, the main character is sweet and likeable. There are just enough words on each page for the age group (4-8 years old). My 4 year old daughter was engaged the whole time we were reading.

The story is also great. Bunny has a spot on her chest that she thinks that's why no kid wants to buy her from the store. Then a little girl comes in, one the bunny has seen there before, and picks and names her Audrey Bunny. Audrey Bunny thinks that her spot will make her little girl, Caroline, take her back to the store. Audrey Bunny does everything she can to hide the spot so Caroline won't see it, but one day the little girl takes Audrey Bunny to show-and-tell and there is no way for her to cover her spot. As Caroline is explaining to her class about Audrey Bunny, she explains that the spot on the bunny let her know that this bunny was hers. Audrey Bunny realizes that even though she's not perfect, Caroline loves her anyway. The book ends with Psalm 119:73 (about us being fearfully and wonderfully made).

It's a great lesson about being who God made you to be. It also has Bible verses, comprehension questions, and an activity (for older kids who can write) on the page after the story. These are good resources b/c they help continue the discussion about how God has made each person unique in a fun and unforced way.

Overall, I HIGHLY recommend this book (especially for little girls). My daughter loves it and keeps asking to read it, so that means it gets great ratings :)
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kristen Welch on October 2, 2013
Format: Hardcover
I read this sweet picture book to my 6 year old and she has been acting out the story ever since. Not only is it beautifully illustrated by a talented young girl, Angie's powerful story of life after loss is felt with every page. We all feel a little different at some point in our lives, marked if you will, like Audrey Bunny. This beautiful story reminds our children (and us) that we are loved and accepted exactly like we are. It's a special book.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By TooManyHobbies TOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 3, 2014
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The illustrations in this book are truly beautiful. They are colorful and have a wispy, graceful flow. The illustrations complement the story, and in some places actually take the place of the words.

The written story of Audrey Bunny is touching and heartfelt. It has a warm sing-song quality that makes it soothing and pleasant to read. The story also has a deeper message that says that imperfections do not make a person/toy unlovable.

But after reading the story I just had this nagging feeling that the story was incomplete. It seems that Caroline (the little girl who buys Audrey the stuffed bunny) deliberately selects Audrey Bunny because of the ink smudge above the bunny's heart. But the story never gives a reason why Caroline was so drawn to that particular bunny. Also when Caroline brings Audrey Bunny to "Show and Tell", the other children already know about the mark and want to see and touch it. I felt like I was missing some vital piece of information. I kept waiting for a tie in between Audrey Bunny's mark and Caroline. Did Caroline have a mark above her heart? Maybe a scar from some long ago surgery? Is that why Caroline picked a bunny with the same mark? But the story ended without any tie-in being established.

This missing link bothered me enough that I went online and read Angie Smith's blog. The real story of Audrey Carole Smith and the bunny made me cry. I'm still crying as I write these words. So there is a link between the ink smudge above Audrey Bunny's heart and Caroline. I just wish more of that link was shown in the book.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Katherine Chan TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 2, 2014
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Audrey Bunny is a sweet story about a stuffed rabbit who is terribly self conscious about a spot on her chest. She worries that no one will buy her or love her because of this defect. She is purchased by a little girl who loves her Audrey Bunny, no matter how she looks. This is a great story to show how you don't have to be perfect to have someone love you. All those flaws that we're embarrassed by may be something that other people view as a wonderful thing and love us for. At the end of the book, there are a few biblical verses for kids to read after the story that demonstrate how God loves us, no matter what.

The story is simple to follow and the illustrations are beautiful. My kids loved the book - it would be a nice addition to any child's bookshelf. Recommended!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ioana on July 18, 2014
Format: Hardcover
This is Angie's first children's book and it was interesting to see her penmanship in this area. It all starts from the story of Angie's girl, Audrey Caroline (names used in the book) who was diagnosed early on and was said she will not live outside the womb. She did live, however, for about two hours. Her birthday is April 7th (date used in the book). This is the background.

For those familiar with the story and the early days of Angie's blog (Bring the Rain), then the bunny is familiar too. It was Angie's way of explaining her three daughters what was happening to Audrey - it was a boo-boo. The bunny really existed and so was the mark on its heart. Using this, the author turned this personal experience into a reminder for all: we are loved by God, no matter how not-so-perfect we think we are. It stresses (indirectly) on how each of us is unique and wonderfully made by God.

It was designed for children, yes, but after I read it today, with the mind of an adult, I can say that it's a sweet reminder of God's love, God's acceptance, God's creativity, all revolving our lives. I dare say that adults need this kind of books every once in a while.

A mention must be made here about the illustrations; they are lovely, they are gorgeous, they capture the spirit of the book so well. Breezy Brookshire is the illustrator of the book and she did a fantastic job.

One thing that I really liked about this book is the Discussion Guide at the end. Children are also encouraged to be active and write a letter to themselves from God, writing how they think God thinks about them and sees them, based on Psalm 119:73 and Genesis 1. There are also a few questions parents can go through with they children. It's a great discussion starting point of topics like these.
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