Packed with repetitive and onomatopoeic phrases, Candace Fleming's tale of man against nature will keep kids giggling--it may even inspire them to chomp on a few carrots themselves! G. Brian Karas's lively illustrations in gouache and pencil are full of visual wit, as the audacious "twitch-whiskers" patiently watch Mr. McGreely at his seemingly futile endeavors. (Ages 3 to 7) --Emilie Coulter
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Muncha Muncha Muncha! This is such a fun and adorable book. At the moment, my 4-year-old son asks me to read it at least once a day. Read morePublished 27 days ago by KC Mama
This story describes the never-ending battle between the intruders and defenders. Those to whom the task falls to balance security and convenience. Mr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Earl Ax
My four boys are older teens now, but I used to read this to them daily and used it in story times at several libraries. Love this book.Published 2 months ago by Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino
Book arrived in good time, packaged well. My grandaughter loves it!Published 2 months ago by Tracy siebarth
It is one of my favorite children's books along with it's sister book Tippy, Tippy, Tippy Hide.
Three cute little bunnies aggravate and out smart old man Mr. McGreely. Read more
Really fun story with good repetition and surprises. Super fun! My preschool classes love the development of the story and what happens in the end.Published 6 months ago by Charlotte Garinger
Super cute book for toddlers. My 3yr old loves this book and I don't mind reading it over and over again ;)Published 17 months ago by Hlk