Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Book Review- Quiet Bunny's Many Colors

Written & Illustrated by Lisa McCue
Published by Sterling
Released on March 1st, 2011
Source- Bought
Ages- toddlers & up
5 stars

The brilliantly colorful follow-up to Lisa McCue's best-selling Quiet Bunny!
Quiet Bunny loves the bright colors of spring: the yellow ducks, green frogs, and blue jays-everything but his own brown, wintry white fur. It takes the help of a wise old owl for Bunny to realize that it's the rainbow of colors-including his own-that makes the world so beautiful
(quoted from Goodreads).

Lisa's book, Quiet Bunny has been a huge hit with my kids at bedtime since it first came out, so when I saw her newest release I had to get it. Quiet Bunny is a fun bunny to get to know. His stories often have him in some sort of mishap and this time things happen as he tries to become a color of spring.

Quite Bunny's Many Colors pages are full of vivid bright colors and wonderful illustrations. We enjoyed learning about the different colors of spring and what animals, bugs and plants have those colors. I love the story's wonderful message and that's the importance of loving the differences that make us all unique. This is a wonderful book for preschool age kids and one I highly recommend picking up. It's already become a huge hit in our home.

Giveaway Winners!

I am so sorry I am late on posting our recent giveaway winners! CONGRATULATIONS to the following winners-

HOP prize pack-
#9- Jessica Cochrane

LaRue Across America-
#10 Micki Darazsdi

All winners have been notified. Thank you to Scholastic for allowing us to host these great giveaways.
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