Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Start by marking “Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity” as Want to Read:
Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity
Enlarge cover
Rate this book
Clear rating
Open Preview

Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity (Knuffle Bunny #2)

4.27 of 5 stars 4.27  ·  rating details  ·  18,163 ratings  ·  611 reviews
Trixie can't wait to bring her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny to school and show him off to everyone. But when she gets there, she sees something awful: Sonja has the same bunny. Suddenly, Knuffle Bunny doesn't seem so one-of-a-kind anymore. Chaos ensues until the bunnies are taken away by Ms. Greengrove. After school, Trixie finally gets her beloved bunny back. But in the mi ...more
Hardcover, 42 pages
Published September 4th 2007 by Disney-Hyperion
more details... edit details

Friend Reviews

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Reader Q&A

To ask other readers questions about Knuffle Bunny Too, please sign up.

Be the first to ask a question about Knuffle Bunny Too

Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! by Mo WillemsWhere the Wild Things Are by Maurice SendakGreen Eggs and Ham by Dr. SeussChicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr.Skippyjon Jones by Judy Schachner
Voices & Sounds - Best Read Alouds for Young Children
47th out of 453 books — 464 voters
Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice SendakThe Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric CarleThe Giving Tree by Shel SilversteinGreen Eggs and Ham by Dr. SeussGoodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown
Best Children's Books
378th out of 3,229 books — 4,824 voters


More lists with this book...

Community Reviews

(showing 1-30 of 3,000)
filter  |  sort: default (?)  |  rating details
midnightfaerie
I seriously can not speak highly enough of Mo Willems. This author explores new areas and has unique and unusual ways of connecting with children and with adult's with a child's heart. I love his book. This Caldecott winner shows it's originality too in the illustrations which are a combination of photographs and drawn in cartoons of the characters. It makes for a fun and unique experience for both child and adult. Again, both my 5 yr old and my twin 3 yr olds are enchanted with Willems and this ...more
Kaethe
12/20/2007, 7/12/2008 Thankfully, Willems seems to be keeping up with the PandaBat's developmental milestones pretty well.

She loves it.

***

2008 Jul 12 December 20, 2007
July 12, 2008

Thankfully, Willems seems to be keeping up with the PandaBat's developmental milestones pretty well.

She loves it.

***

June 20, 2007

Everyone still loves it.

Library copy.
Liz
Oct 30, 2009 Liz rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Children ages 3-6
Shelves: lis-565
In this sequel to Knuffle Bunny Trixie is older and really talking, a lot. She is excited for her first day of pre-K and to show Knuffle Bunny to her new classmates. Looking across the room Trixie sees Sonja and suddenly Kuffle Bunny isn't so one of a kind any more. She and Sonja don't get along very well and the Knuffle Bunnies get taken away by the teacher, Ms. Greengrove. Things look up when Ms. Greengrove returns the bunnies at the end of the day until 2:30 in the morning when Trixie realize ...more
Ronyell
“Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity” is a great sequel to Mo Willems’ popular book “Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale.” In this adventure, Trixie enjoys her first day of school and showing off her Knuffle Bunny to everyone in her class until she comes home and realizes that something is wrong. “Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity” is a brilliant sequel about true friendship that children will enjoy as much as they enjoyed the first “Knuffle Bunny” book.

Mo Willems has done i
...more
Philip
Mo Willems is the current children's book Juggernaut. It seems all of his books are hits. His Pigeon books are hilarious. His Elephant and Piggie series: brilliant.

Of his oeuvre though, I contend that the Knuffle Bunny series is the best. Of the 3 books, 2 won the Caldecott Medal.

So, we read all three in order tonight. Here is Eleanor's review for the second book:

Me: How many stars?

E: Dad? Can I tell you something really quick? Dad?

Me: Yeah?

E: Today... ummmm... since... I didn't like that they f
...more
Bernice
I listened to the non-print version of this story, which was on audio CD. I recently discovered this section at my local library. To be honest..it was funny to hear that I have been pronouncing "Knuffle" incorrectly!!

Knuffle Bunny is an adorable story of a young girl and her beloved stuffed bunny. This picture book combines the use of photography and painting in its illustrations. The backdrop are photographs of the setting of the story, whereas the characters are lighthearted and reflected by t
...more
Sarah Sammis
Knuffle Bunny Too is the sequel to Knuffle Bunny. I have not read the first in the series but having so enjoyed the sequel I will keep my eyes out for the original.

Knuffle Bunny is the favorite toy of a now preschool aged Trixie. She takes her beloved bunny to preschool to show to all her classmates.

Unfortunately for Trixie, her Knuffle isn't the only one! Her preschool friend has one too! Then an even more horrible thing happens, the teacher mixes up the Knuffle bunnies and no one notices until
...more
babyhippoface
Trixie knows there's only ONE Knuffle Bunny, but Sonja bring another bunny that looks almost exactly like Knuffle Bunny to Pre-K! (Only that's one's a girl, apparently--pink ears, eensy bow.) This cannot be good....

I read this to several classes of kids this week, from Pre-K up to 2nd grade, and they all loved it. They noticed the "switch" right off the bat, and were very involved in the story. I think they all have a Knuffle Bunny of sorts, be it a doll or a Transformer, and they know they feel
...more
Kathryn
Definitely one of my new all-time favorites; no wonder it's a Caldecott Honor book. My co-worker and I both laughed out loud as we read it, and I plan to take it to our staff meeting later today for a light-hearted interlude (I work in a library, so it's all good). I've decided this is one I MUST own.
Emkoshka
The deliciously wry humour in the Knuffle Bunny books makes them as enjoyable a read for adults as for kids; perhaps more so! Mo Willems captures the quirkiness of childhood so well, no more than in the epilogue. Perfect!
Erika
This is a cute story about a young girl who realizes that she has the wrong stuffed animal in the middle of the night. The illustrations are set against black and white photographs of New York City which I thought was really clever. I like this story because Trixie reminds me of me when I was a kid (or now sometimes) and I love her devotion to her special stuffed animal. From an art perspective, I think I would love to work with kids on adding their own touch to photographs of known places as Wi ...more
Leslie Nunez
This story was even more zany and far-fetched than the previous two books, but I still wanted to know what the outcome would be. I wasn't surprised by the ending or anything, but the last couple of pages were by far the most sentimental. They were depressingly good. This is a realistic Fiction book.In this book the main character goes to the laundry place to wash clothes with her dad and brings her favorite stuffed animal. After getting to her destination she realizes that she has misplaced it. ...more
Marte Haugen
Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity – Mo Willems

Trixie is too excited to show of her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny at school in front of all of her friends. But when she gets to school she finds out that her Knuffle Bunny is not so one-of-a-kind after all. This creates a conflict between her and Sonja, the owner of the other Knuffle Bunny. Is there anything anyone can do to fix their problems? The teacher has the answer…

The theme of this book is how experiences you have in common can br
...more
Tanner Greyn
When Trixie thinks she has a "one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny" she is on top of the world and ready to show everyone in her Pre-K class. However, just as Trixie gets settled in the classroom, she spots Sonja with the same Knuffle Bunny. The day goes horribly for Trixie as all the students gather around Sonja looking at her Knuffle Bunny. Eventually, the teacher, Ms. Greengrove, has to take the two bunnies away as they cause too many problems for the girls. After the school day, the Knuffle Bunnies a ...more
Laurie
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
Carly Meyers
Trixie had a little bunny named Knuffle Bunny. When her and dad went for a walk all she did was talk about how she was going to take her Knuffle Bunny to school! She couldn't wait to show all of her classmates Knuffle Bunny but Sonja had the same bunny! They kept arguing over the name and the teacher took their bunnies away and gave them back at the bell. When school was over, Trixie went home, ate dinner and went to bed but woke up at 2:30 to realize that this was not her bunny! She went and to ...more
Yvonne
Knuffle Bunny Too is a delightful book about the beginning of a friendship. Trixie and Sonja went to the same preschool, but never realized something they had in common. They both had a Knuffle Bunny!! They realized it one day when they both brought their Knuffle Bunny to school. Neither of them was very happy that the other brought their bunny to school. It was a rough day for both the girls and the teacher. To keep peace, the teacher ended up taking the girls bunnies from them until the end of ...more
Kayla Fjellbo
Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity is exactly as it sounds. Trixie is a talkative, little girl who just loves her knuffle bunny more than anything she's loved before. Trixie is so excited to get to school to show off her knuffle bunny to every one of her friends. But when she gets to class she sees that Sonia has the exact same knuffle bunny as Trixie. As the day goes on Trixie and Sonia argue about how to pronounce "knuffle" and who's bunny is better. When it comes time to go home e ...more
Fatma Bodhee
This a fantastic book, with great illustrations and a great way to engage children in something that they can relate to. Most children have a favourite toy. This story is about Trixie who takes her 'one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny' to school but to her surprise 'Knuffle Bunny' was not 'one-of-a-kind'. Her friend Sonja has one too. The bunnies are taken away by the teacher and returned to the girls after school. At 2.30am, tucked up in bed, Trixie discovers that it is not her bunny. Her parents are w ...more
Araceli Aispuro
Trixie is all grown up now, well as she thinks. She is off to school with her father and Knuffle Bunny of course. She is excited to finally show off her Knuffle Bunny to all of her friends. When she arrives she is disappointed that her friend Sonja also has the very same exact Knuffle Bunny as she does. The whole day went downhill from there and their bunnies were taken away. But the day got better as it rolled on by Sonja and Trixie both got their bunnies back. They went off home and it was tim ...more
L-Angelica Herrera-Vest
Caldecott Honor book, Knuffle Bunny Too, by Mo Willems, is just as good as the first Knuffle Bunny book I read. Trixie is now in pre-k and still loves her Knuffle Bunny. The book is about how a friendship develops after a dilemma around a mistaken identity occurs. The combination of comic book characters and real life pictures of New York make this book visually entertaining, and is the reason I enjoyed the story so much. This book would appeal to primary school children at a read aloud time.
Jillian Dreixler
This book goes through the journey of Trixie and her dad with old black and white photos with cartoon people on top. Trixie wants to show off her one-of-a-kind bunny to her whole class, but she finds out her friend Sonja has her bunny too. As the day went on, the bunnies were taken away and at the end of the school day, their bunnies were returned. When Trixie realizes she was given the wrong knuffle bunny back, Sonja’s father calls the house too, wanting their right bunny back. After they excha ...more
Marissa Ramirez
I couldn't stop laughing the whole time I was reading this story and experienced anticipation each time I turn the next page. I really empathized with Trixie's and Sonja’s parents, especially during the past midnight situation that ended with the exchange of the “one of a kind” bunnies. I love the illustrations. The use of real pictures of urban city locations gives a strong impression of the setting in the story. The use of cartoon style to illustrate the characters enhances the sense of humor ...more
Kirstin Kemppainen
Trixie cannot wait to show her favorite Knuffle Bunny to all her friends in Pre-K! Whenever she gets to school though, she sees that Sonya has also brought a Knuffle Bunny for show and tell! The day does not go so well for either girl, and the teacher takes their Knuffle Bunnies away after an argument.It was a good book to use to talk about sharing and understanding of others feelings.
Kari
Willems, M. (2007). Knuffle bunny too. New York: Hyperion Books.

Caldecott Honor Book- 2008

Picture Book Soak

This humorous book takes place in Park Slope, Brooklyn where a fun-loving, little girl named Trixie accidentally switched her beloved Knuffle Bunny with another little girl's bunny, who later becomes her new best friend. The reading interest level is Grades K-3. Due to the professional melding of hand-drawn sketches and photography, I can't wait to share this book with my students. The il
...more
Susan
Knuffle Bunny Too may be the best children's book ever written. And the pictures(!!!)--adorable hand drawn characters (cartoony and realistic at the same time and wonderfully expressive and human--are placed into sumptuous (and yet unobstrusive) photographs of New York City. It's beautifully done. It really does look like these funny characters are walking around in New York City. It's just adorable. It's a wonderful, real story. I love the dramatic use of darks and lights throughout. It's a ver ...more
Kelly O'toole
This is a great story of how friendships develop as well as a child’s love of their stuffed animal. Trixie gets a new bunny which she brings to school only to see another girl has the same bunny. Confrontation between the two girls causes the teacher to take the bunnies away from each girl and return them back to the girls after school. But at bedtime while snuggling up to her Knuffle bunny, Trixie cannot fall asleep - something is wrong. Is this her bunny??

A story of friendship and the importan
...more
Luann
I love the mix of photos and sketches. It's an interesting idea for illustrations that could turn out really weird, but Willems executes it beautifully. I think I read the first Knuffle Bunny too quickly to really appreciate the illustrations. I spent more time with Knuffle Bunny Too and enjoyed finding all the fun sketches in the backgrounds of the photos.
Tayler Pomeroy
“Knuffle Bunny Too” is a super cute book about a girl who meets another girl in her preschool class that has the same stuffed animal. At first, the girls didn’t like each other, but eventually they became friends. The theme of this book is that similarities between people can foster friendship. I really like books like these because they’re cute, they make you feel good, and I really want to be a kindergarten teacher. I feel that my future students would appreciate books like these. As they beco ...more
Connor
Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistake Identity follows Trixie as she goes to school and is excited to show off her one-of-a-kind knuffle bunny. But once she arrives she notices that Sonja, another girl in class, has the exact same knuffle bunny too. Trixie and Sonja argue over their knuffle bunnies, so their teacher took up their toys and returned the knuffle bunnies to them in the afternoon. But later that night, something terrible happens… both girls realize that they have the wrong knuffle bun ...more
« previous 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 99 100 next »
topics  posts  views  last activity   
Thanks` 3 25 Mar 24, 2013 04:55PM  
  • A Couple of Boys Have the Best Week Ever
  • First the Egg
  • All the World
  • Interrupting Chicken
  • Red Sings from Treetops: A Year in Colors
  • Ella Sarah Gets Dressed
  • Grandpa Green
  • How I Learned Geography
  • Olivia Forms A Band
  • Blackout
  • Too Many Toys
  • A Sick Day for Amos McGee
  • What Do You Do With a Tail Like This?
  • Zen Shorts
  • Duck! Rabbit!
  • Sleep Like a Tiger
  • One Cool Friend
  • Owen
33274
#1 New York Times Bestselling author and illustrator Mo Willems is best known for his Caldecott Honor winning picture books Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus and Knuffle Bunny: a cautionary tale.

In addition to such picture books as Leonardo the Terrible Monster, Edwina the Dinosaur Who Didn’t Know She Was Extinct, and Time to Pee, Mo has created the Elephant and Piggie books, a series of early r
...more
More about Mo Willems...

Other Books in the Series

Knuffle Bunny (3 books)
  • Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale
  • Knuffle Bunny Free: An Unexpected Diversion
Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late! The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog! The Pigeon Wants a Puppy!

Share This Book