Knuffle Bunny Free: An Unexpected Diversion

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Harper Collins, Sep 28, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 52 pages
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Trixie and her family are off on a fantastic trip to visit her grandparents—all the way in Holland! But does Knuffle Bunny have different travel plans?

An emotional tour de force, Knuffle Bunny Free concludes one of the most beloved picture-book series in recent memory, with pitchperfect text and art, photos from around the world, and a stunning foldout spread, culminating in a hilarious and moving surprise that no child or parent will be able to resist.

Bestselling, award-winning author Mo Willems has created an epic love story as only he can, filled with the joys and sadness of growing up —and the unconditional love that binds a father, mother, daughter, and a stuffed bunny.

  

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User Review  - lbblackwell - LibraryThing

Trixie and her parents go to Holland to visit her grandparents. When they arrive, Trixie realizes something is missing - her Knuffle Bunny. This time, he may be gone forever. The third and final ... Read full review

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Ever needed help trying to convince a young child that they're big enough to go on with their life without their favorite stuffed animal? Well, Knuffle Bunny Free, is the perfect book to help with ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Mo Willems is a three-time Caldecott Honor-winning Dinosaur (for Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!, Knuffle Bunny, and Knuffle Bunny Too). He also won two Geisel Medals for There Is a Bird on Your Head! and Are You Ready to Play Outside?, and a Geisel Honor for We Are in a Book! His books are perennial New York Times bestsellers, including Knuffle Bunny Free and Hooray for Amanda & Her Alligator! Before he turned to making picture books, Mo was a writer and animator on Sesame Street, where he won six Emmys. Mo lives happily ever after with his family in Massachusetts.

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