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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - sstelz2 - LibraryThing
In my opinion, the book, “Bunny Money” is an adorable picture book for young children. This book is one of the stories from the “Max and Ruby” book series. I love this story’s realistic and comical ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - biancagrhm - LibraryThing
The message shows that everything in life costs money and one should spend their money wisely on things they need most. The book could be used for Kindergarten in a math lesson on how to count money when buying things. Also, even first grade where practice buying is more efficient. Read full review