Big Bunny

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Tricycle Press, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
8 Reviews
At first Big Bunny loves being big, taking the other little Easter bunnies for rides on her back throughout the countryside. When she accidentally breaks some of the Easter eggs she is helping decorate, she begins to feel clumsy and frustrated by her tremendous size. Happily, her little bunny friends show her how to help with their Easter tasks in a way only she can. Young readers will relate to Big Bunny's feelings of being left out, and they will cheer as she and her friends join together in their Easter bunny circle.
  

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User Review  - Jonathon James - Goodreads

This was my least favorite book on my entire list. I did not enjoy the visuals or the story. I would not recommend using this in the classroom. Read full review

Review: Big Bunny

User Review  - Goodreads

This was my least favorite book on my entire list. I did not enjoy the visuals or the story. I would not recommend using this in the classroom. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

BETSEYGAIL RAND is a professor of mathematics at Texas Lutheran University. Betseygail lives with her husband, daughter, and two cats. In her free time, she plays soccer, writes and records songs, and talks on the phone with her mother, Colleen.

COLLEEN RAND's artwork has appeared on magazine covers and book jackets, and is in public and private collections nationwide. She is the production photographer for a professional dance company and also runs a weekly life drawing class. She lives with her husband, cat, and dog.

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