Knuffle Bunny Free: An Unexpected Diversion
Trixie and her family are off on a fantastic trip to visit her grandparents—all the way in Holland! But does Knuffle Bunny have different travel plans? An emotional tour de force, Knuffle Bunny Free concludes one of the most beloved picture-book series in recent memory, with pitchperfect text... show more
Trixie and her family are off on a fantastic trip to visit her grandparents—all the way in Holland! But does Knuffle Bunny have different travel plans? An emotional tour de force, Knuffle Bunny Free concludes one of the most beloved picture-book series in recent memory, with pitchperfect text and art, photos from around the world, and a stunning foldout spread, culminating in a hilarious and moving surprise that no child or parent will be able to resist. Bestselling, award-winning author Mo Willems has created an epic love story as only he can, filled with the joys and sadness of growing up —and the unconditional love that binds a father, mother, daughter, and a stuffed bunny.
Publish date: September 28th 2010
Publisher: Balzer & Bray
Pages no: 52
Edition language: English
, Picture Books
Series: Knuffle Bunny (#3)
Genre: Toys / Traveling / Growing Up Year Published: 2010 Year Read: 2011 Series: Knuffle Bunny #3 After reading both “Knuffle Bunny” and “Knuffle Bunny Too,” I was definitely looking to reading the most recent book out of Mo Willems’ popular “Knuffle Bunny” series, “Knuffle Bunny Free” a...
So bittersweet. We all grow out of things and we all have to adapt to the changes in our life. It was so sweet to see Trixie give a part of herself away for someone else's comfort.
Trixie leaves Knuffle Bunny behind once again. She imagines her beloved stuffy traveling the world, meeting other children. This story struck me the same way as Toy Story 3 -- I am no more ready for Andy and Trixie to grow up than I am my own children!
My guess is that this is not a true story, although it is based on real people and uses photographed backgrounds of real places. I loved it at least as much as the earlier two books. Ronnie thought the ending was sad, which Tosh and I disagreed with: we thought the ending was perfect, and not sad...
Will he ever win a Caldecott????