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Sam McBratney
Sam McBratney is the author of the acclaimed picture book Guess How Much I Love You. Sam's distinctive storytelling voice builds on his rich storytelling tradition as a teacher, parent, and grandparent. He lives in Belfast, Northern Ireland. show more

Sam McBratney is the author of the acclaimed picture book Guess How Much I Love You. Sam's distinctive storytelling voice builds on his rich storytelling tradition as a teacher, parent, and grandparent. He lives in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
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MarissaKendrick
MarissaKendrick rated it 8 months ago
A sweet book where a little bunny named Little Nut Brown Hare tries to convince his family member, Big Nut Brown Hare, just how much he loves them. This book is first on my list of books that I want to read. This book is great to be used during Valentines day, or just when you want your students to ...
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Ms.C Harris' future classroom books rated it 8 months ago
A great book for a Valentines day! It is placed at a 2.8 (2nd grade, 8th month) reading level from accelerated reader leveling system. This book is guaranteed to touch hearts. Little Nut Brown Hare tries to prove to his mother just how much he loves her. Big Nut Brown Hare out does Little Nut Brown ...
Adventure is out there...
Adventure is out there... rated it 2 years ago
This is such a sweet story about a baby bunny in a fun competition on who loves who more. Valentine's day would be a great time to use this in the classroom. Of course as a bedtime story one day too. Activity: I would have the students cut out a picture of the baby bunny and have them write a coup...
Kayleigh Donnelly's Blog
Kayleigh Donnelly's Blog rated it 5 years ago
This book has me constantly laughing. "Little Nutbrown Hare" and "Big Nutbrown Hare" are surprisingly difficult to read repeatedly. The children I nannied for had me read it almost every day just to hear me try to read those names and roll around on the floor laughing. I thought I was the only one...
Peace, Love & Books
Peace, Love & Books rated it 6 years ago
Pleasant and comforting.
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