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I'm Big Enough

3.46 of 5 stars 3.46  ·  rating details  ·  24 ratings  ·  7 reviews
A wonderful story about realizing when it's time to grow up!

In this heartwarming story, Bean the bunny rabbit learns the importance of growing up. Bean has been carrying around her blanket her entire life but when her family gently suggests she might be big enough to stop taking it everywhere, Bean gets scared. She hides her blanket inside a tree stump to protect it, but w
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by Scholastic
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Christy Stewart

A book to teach children not to sleep with and/or carry around your blankie? What's next? Eugenics?

I'm typing this wrapped in my baby blankie, fyi.
My five-year-old son picked out this book from our local library last week. It was the bunny on the front that won him over.

My son does have a favorite blue blanket (my mom knitted it for him before was even born) and a favorite toy, which incidentally is a stuffed, plush rabbit named Hop-Hop.

This book is about a child giving up their favorite toy or blanket. I have no intention of forcing or convincing my son to give up his favorite toy or blanket, so the plot of the story was missed by my so
Erin Phillips
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I really like the story "I'm Big Enough" as it can be used as a text-to-self reference. These are the types of books I look for for the future children/students in my life as it helps with comprehension.

Description: The story is about a bunny who is growing up and gaining more responsibility, but hangs on tight to a comfort/security blanket. Her family encourages her to let it go, but she has a difficult time being separated from her blanket. One day s
Grabbed this recently at the library, and my three-year-old likes it. He's not even overly-attached to anything like a blanket, but he still likes the story. I have to admit that I prefer Kevin Henkes book Owen, but this one is also cute. A friend of mine recently said she doesn't really see why it's a problem for her kids to sleep with their blankets as long as they want, which seems fair to me, so I don't know that I'd ever need to use these books for therapy, but I still enjoy the stories.
Stephanie Watson
This is a cute book. It is for young readers who are learning that they may be becoming to big for something they aren't ready to let go of.
Very sweet story about a growing bunny who is big enough to do so many things that she agrees that she is able to give up her blankie - but it proves harder than she'd imagined.
Holly Beely
A very cute book! This is great for helping little ones "give up" their "lovey", or whatever they're attached to.
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