Bun Bun Button

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G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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Paige loves cuddling with Gramma and all of Gramma's pets in the Old Blue Chair. And when Gramma makes her Bun Bun Button, an adorable homemade stuffed bunny with a button nose, this special time becomes even more cozy. Then a balloon carries the little bunny away. Bun Bun braves honking geese and a wide night sky, until luck - or love - magically brings her back home to the little girl who loves her.

This heartwarming story celebrates the special bond between grandparents and grandchildren, and is perfect for children who imagine their toys have secret adventures when no one's watching.

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User Review  - cvarela - LibraryThing

A very cute and fun to read story from Patricia Polacco. Paige is a lovely little girl who likes spending time reading books with her grandma. They share a special bond and when Paige asks her ... Read full review

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User Review  - marabie - LibraryThing

In this heart warming story, Paige and her Gramma have a close relationship. Paige and her Gramma read stories on the blue chair with all the pets listening too. Paige asks Gramma to make her a toy to ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Patricia Polacco (www.patriciapolacco.com) was inspired to tell this story when a young visitor to one of her programs brought the much loved and tattered real-life Bun Bun Button up to her table - and gave it to her. Patricia is the beloved creator of over fifty picture books, and is also an energetic and enthusiastic public speaker - she visits over one hundred classrooms every year. She has received over seventy-five awards and honors for her work, including the Parent's Choice Award, New York Times Pick of the Year, New York State Association of Educators and Librarians Best Book of the Year, IRA Teachers Choice and Golden Kite Award. She lives in Union City, Michigan.

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