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Knuffle Bunny by Mo Willems
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Jun 07, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: children-s-lit

The story is very fun to read specially recommend to the children between two to five. The story is about a little boy Trixie’s first words “Kunffle bunny” which is a name of a toy rabbit. It is unbelievable that to find a rabbit, father and son run twice from home to laundry room and even mother joins in at last. Also, father throw out all the clothes in the laundry machine and make the laundry room mess. However, the plot does make the reader feel great satisfy when little Trixie hold tightly with Kunffle bunny.

The illustration is also very creative. The illustrator draw pictures on a photo which means the background is a real photo and the mean characters are drawing. Moreover, the colorful drawing lays stress on the development of the story. Normally, the photos are house, laundry machines, park and school; these backgrounds cover almost 2/3 of the illustrations. Therefore, using photos as a background both cut the work on the illustrations and make the background very creative and elaborate.

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