A Bunny Is Funny

A Bunny Is Funny

Book - 2008
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Short rhymes point out traits that characterize different animals, such as an owl's keen eyesight or the beauty of a butterfly's wings.
Publisher: Maplewood, N.J. : Blue Apple Books, 2008
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9781934706039
Branch Call Number: JP Ziefe 6939
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill
Additional Contributors: Ehrlich, Fred
McKie, Todd 1944-


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SCL_Karen Aug 05, 2017

Quite frankly, this book is not good. Ziefert has some excellent books and this is not one of them. There is occasionally a rhyming scheme that comes and goes. The text is choppy from page to page.

The drawings are terrible. My three year old couldn't identify what half of the animals were supposed to be (and he's usually about 90% on animals he's seen before). When I told him the picture was supposed to be a duck he looked at me like I was insane. I thought perhaps they were done by children but apparently the illustrator has a masters in design or something along those lines.

Nothing about this book is funny, including the bunny. At the end of this book my preschooler requested, "No more reading" I think that sums up the effect of this disappointing book nicely.

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