Betty Bunny Did Not Do it

Front Cover
Dial Books for Young Readers, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
15 Reviews
The value of honesty as seen through the eyes of a lovably precocious preschooler.
When Betty Bunny breaks a lamp, she blames it on the Tooth Fairy. Blaming someone else for something she had done seems like such a good idea to Betty Bunny, she doesn’t know why she didn't think of it before. “Is that the honest truth?” her mom asks. “It’s an honest lie,” Betty Bunny replies proudly. But when a vase gets broken, everyone blames Betty Bunny, and no one believes her when she says that she really didn’t do it. Honest lies, white lies, crying wolf—how can one four-year-old keep track of the right thing to do?

What people are saying - Write a review

User ratings

5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star

Review: Betty Bunny Didn't Do It (Betty Bunny)

User Review  - Whole And - Goodreads

A truly delightful and funny read in dealing with the issue of honesty. We had such a great time following Betty Bunny's story telling of how the tooth fairy broke the lamp. Each sibling has a ... Read full review

Review: Betty Bunny Didn't Do It (Betty Bunny)

User Review  - Beth Starcher - Goodreads

This book had a good lesson behind it because it was about how you shouldn't lie and how you should tell the truth. I did not like this book though because there was a lot of words on the page with ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Michael Kaplan is an Emmy award-winning television writer and producer and his career as a comedy writer included stints on two of television's most respected comedies, Roseanne and Frasier. He co-created and Executive Produced I'm In the Band for Disney XD. His new show, Dog With a Blog will be premiering on Disney Channel in the fall of 2012. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and three children.

Stephane Jorisch has illustrated numerous picture books, including New Year at the Pier, Granddad's Fishing Buddy, The Real Story of Stone Soup, and Jabberwocky, for which he won the prestigious Governor General's Award. He was also nominated for the Hans Christian Anderson Award. Mr. Jorisch lives with his wife and three children in Montreal, Canada.

Bibliographic information