From School Library Journal
PreSchool-Grade 1–Thrifty shes not, but no one is more generous than Honey Bunny. After gathering lots and lots of cash in her piggy bank, she goes on a shopping spree–first buying a few items for herself, then acquiring gifts for her friends and family. She purchases a chair for the bear, a trunk for the skunk, And oh, what luck/for the duck!/She spent a buck/and got a truck!. Believe it or not, when she is done, she still has some money left to save. With its light and bouncy text and colorful and humorous cartoons, this book is a fun choice. The rhyming words and picture clues make it easy to decipher. Sure to be a winner among first-time readers.–Anne Knickerbocker, formerly at Cedar Brook Elementary School, Houston, TX
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PreS-K. With lots of money in her piggy bank, Honey Bunny likes to count it and save more, but she also likes to shop--for herself and for her many friends. "She buys a wig for the pig. / She buys a coat for the goat." Preschoolers will enjoy the simple, funny rhyme and the pictures of the huge-eared rabbit, the blissful bear in his chair, the skunk in a trunk, and more. Part of the Bright and Early easy reading series, this book is a sweet fantasy about a small child with power--the power to be generous. Hazel RochmanCopyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved