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Bunny's Noisy Book Board book – January 14, 2002
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From School Library Journal
PreS-K-Brown's exemplary tale of an inquisitive bunny exploring his world is just right for sharing. The young animal awakens to quiet morning sounds such as fluttering, chirping, "Cock Cock Cock-a-doodle Doo," and "bzzzzzzzz," and then identifies them, asking readers, "What was that?" Then the focus shifts from recognizing noises to making them, such as munching, scratching, and sneezing. As the sun goes down, "the little noises of the night" alert the protagonist that it is time "for little bunnies to be safe in their hole." McCue's brightly colored, detailed illustrations depicting a warm spring day from sunup to sundown are eye-catching and engaging; one can smell the lilacs, feel the sunshine, and thrill to the fireflies' glow at dusk. The affectionate paintings reveal the idyllic life of a carefree rabbit delighting in the woods and fields near his home, populated by numerous animals and insects. This joyful adventure will work well as a lap-sit or storytime selection.-Maryann H. Owen, Racine Public Library, WI
Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information, Inc.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I think I may have to go back to buying books in actual book stores than online so I can read them first before buying them. I usually trust the reviews, but none of them mentioned that it seems like parts were missing. I'm surprised that it didn't bother more people. I don't think I even want to read this to my child. It will just confuse him.
The illustrations are just Beautiful. I like the contrast between the polish of the surroundings and the scruffiness of the bunny. And I love the lilacs.
I just think it's a wonderful, sweet book.
Wise Brown's books were my childhood favorites. McCue's
beautiful illustrations are faithful to Brown's earlier books.
This charming book will surely be treasured by all regardless