I Love You, Bunny Rabbit
Bunny Rabbit has no fur. She has eaten applesauce, She has drunk chocolate milk. She has been thoroughly chewed. That's when Mama tells her son, Micah, that it's time to buy a new stuffed rabbit. But seeing all the new bunnies in the toy store does nothing to sway Micah into parting with Bunny Rabbit. He loves Bunny Rabbit just the way she is--worn, stained, and thoroughly chewed. Shulamith Oppenheim's lovingly told story is illustrated by Cyd Moore with warmth and affection. A treasure for any child who loves a very special stuffed animal.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dangerlibearian - LibraryThing
Bunny rabbit gets very dirty and needs a bath, little boy is worried for bunny-mom feels bunny should be replaced but little boy loves the bunny too much. Read full review
I LOVE YOU, BUNNY RABBITUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Oppenheim (Fireflies for Nathan, 1994, etc.) presents a mild little tale about a boy's sense of devotion, which he teaches to his mother. Bunny Rabbit is Micah Gregory's favorite doll and something of ... Read full review