Puffin Books, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
For Grandma's birthday, Max and Ruby have a walletful of bills and very different ideas about the perfect present. Big sister Ruby favors a ballerina box; Max knows Grandma would love some ooey-gooey vampire teeth. But as rambunctious Max gets hungry, thirsty, and messy, the bunny siblings may not end up with enough money to buy anything...
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BUNNY MONEYUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
In the siblings' latest adventure, their grandmother is having a birthday (again! see Bunny Cakes, p. 67), so Ruby takes Max shopping. A music box with skating ballerinas is Ruby's idea of the perfect ... Read full review
Review: Bunny MoneyUser Review - Nadine Wynter - Goodreads
This is a max and Ruby story. Its great in that the characters start out on a shopping expedition with a certain amount of money. As they shop and spend, math is prevalent because subtraction is ... Read full review