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Henry & the Buccaneer Bunnies Hardcover – September 13, 2005
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Top Customer Reviews
In regards to the negative reviews regarding the dry humor (Rabbitson Caruso etc) that actually gave a wonderful opening to share the original historical characters as well as the classic books with my younger children. So they became interested in reading them when they got older.
The "dog" incident was so minor I didnt even notice it til I read the review here but I personally look at it as they dont show them "eating or killing a dog" so its no different than Elmer Fudd talking about turning Bugs Bunny into Rabbit Stew to a child.
At the beginning of the story, Henry is your typical dream-boat reader in a crowd of active outdoorsy-types... but in the end, of course he saves them all with his book knowledge.
This one ranks up there with "Wild About Books" by Judy Sierra for a cheerful, pro-reading message that makes them laugh out loud and read it again.
The illustrations are fabulous and the story is cute and silly. It is a children's book, people - review like it is a children's book! If you are looking for something more cerebral than you ought not be reading kid's books! Also, the dog is not being "killed" per say. I think there is more violence in the Disney classics and Grimm's fairy tales. I would highly recommend this to people as a fun read for kids and parents a like!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Grand-daughter loves books. This will go into her favorite pilePublished 2 months ago by Isolde M Morales
My son LOVES these Henry books and I enjoy them also. The buccaneer bunnies have a nice imaginative story and the artwork is great. My son already has it memorized.Published 21 months ago by Tim Moss
We love Henry! He is so clever. The book has great illustrations and language. Kids and adults can enjoy it.Published 21 months ago by deb c
Bought this beloved book for a friends 5th birthday party. Henry is different from his pirate dad and crew, he doesn't quite 'measure up' until one day his love of books and... Read morePublished on December 7, 2013 by BHS
My son absolutely LOVES this story! I love the imortance it places on reading (I'm a teacher)! This story shows kids that reading is cool, and it's not just about how strong or... Read morePublished on September 10, 2013 by DJ's Mom
Our grandchildren love pirates so they love to listen to this story. We change the name of the main character, Henry, to match the name of the grandchild who is listening. Read morePublished on April 28, 2013 by jms1947
We really enjoyed this book! A friend gave it to us and I'm going to recommend it to our public library. My children read it three times in one day!Published on July 28, 2012 by WendyD
Funny twist for pirate wannabees. This was added to a Easter basket for a nephew who enjoys the current pirate ragePublished on May 4, 2012 by Deborah R Ressler