Monday, June 8, 2015

NINJA BUNNY by Jennifer Gray Olson | Book Review / Giveaway

Hello and welcome to today's NINJA BUNNY blog tour. This a book I'd highly recommend adding to your to be read 


By: Jennifer Gray Olson
Published by: Knopf
To Be Released on: 6.9.15
Purchase from: Amazon | B&N
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This little bunny is ready to embark on the path toward becoming a super awesome ninja. He does what any bunny would do: follows a step-by-step guide in order to become the BEST ninja bunny that ever lived. First, he must learn to work alone and to be super sneaky, strong, and speedy; and most importantly, he must be able to battle anyone, anywhere, anytime. Then the little ninja faces his biggest challenge yet: a big brown bear. What’s a bunny-in-training to do?

The perfect picture book for your little Ninja. Ninja Bunny wants to be A Super Awesome Ninja. In order to achieve the Super Awesome status, Ninja Bunny follows a 10 step process He feels the best way to do this, is accomplishing things on his own. But when Ninja Bunny comes face to face with a big enemy, he realizes that sometimes even a Super Awesome Ninja needs a little help from their super awesome friends. 

Ninja Bunny is a must have picture book. It's action packed with a great story, wonderful illustrations, and a message about friendship. This is one book you'll want to add to your children's picture book shelf. 

Rating: 5 Owls

My Kidlet #2's thoughts

That was funny, and kinda everything I do when I sneak candy. 

Me: You sneak candy *acts surprised*

Her: *nods head* When you're not here.

Me: Really? 

Her: Yes. When I get bored.

Me: Uh huh. 

Her: Well I ask my brother to help me.

Me: So you're telling me that you apply Ninja Bunny's rules to be an super awesome Ninja in order to sneak candy. 

Her: Yes. I'm a super awesome ninja candy sneaker.

Me: Funny, how I rarely by candy, and I always know when you get into it. What does that make me?

Her: *blank stare* I don't know.

JENNIFER GRAY OLSON is a graduate of California State University, Fullerton, where she earned her bachelor of arts degree in art education. She is a glassblower and sculptor. In addition to writing and illustrating, Jennifer is also the co-coordinator of the SCBWI Orange /Riverside/San Bernardino illustrators’ schmooze. She lives in Southern California with her husband, two boys, and baby girl. Learn more about Jennifer and view her illustrations at 

Thank you to the publisher, I've got one copy of NINJA BUNNY to giveaway to one lucky reader. To enter, please fill out the form below *US residents only.

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  1. Not entering the giveaway, but this sounds so adorable. Kids certainly have ninja skills when it comes to candy. I am forever finding wrappers in the most mysterious of places.

  2. This sounds really cute. Thanks for the review. It's good to know about this one, but I'll skip the giveaway. My TBR is way too long.

  3. This book is adorable!!! My girls are obsessed with it. The convo with kidlet #2 is hilarious! <3


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