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The Runaway Bunny (Turtleback) - Margaret Wise Brown, Clement Hurd
The Runaway Bunny (Turtleback)
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Format: Turtleback
ISBN: 9780606011129 (0606011129)
Publisher: Turtleback Books
Pages no: 35
Edition language: English
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Ronyell (a.k.a Rabbitearsblog)
Ronyell (a.k.a Rabbitearsblog) rated it
4.5 The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown
Genre: Family / Imagination / Adventure / Love Year Published: 1942 Year Read: 2017Publisher: HarperCollins PublishersSeries: Over the Moon #1 After I had read Margaret Wise Brown’s popular children’s book “Goodnight Moon,” I wanted to read more of Margaret Wise Brown’s works and I happened to ...
Joyia's Book Corner
Joyia's Book Corner rated it
4.0 The Runaway Bunny
The Runaway Bunny is a sweet tale about a young bunny who threatens to run away from his mother, and his mother threatens to find him. It is silly and imaginative in the two bunnies' creative plans. This book received a score of AD600L, which would make it difficult for independent readings, but is...
jbarrett5 book reviews, etc
jbarrett5 book reviews, etc rated it
The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise BrownAudio version so I am not seeing the colorful pictures.A little bunny wants to run away and he explains how to his mother he will keep away from her.She explains to him what she will become and how she will find him and she will get him back.Love the part wher...
Kate Says: "Reading Is Fun!"
Kate Says: "Reading Is Fun!" rated it
5.0 The Runaway Bunny
This was another childhood favorite book of mine that I need to re-read. Plus, I found this great review of the book on an online blog that I really liked, so I'm copying here with italics - as it's not my words, but I liked them none the less.Natural disasters, partisan rancor, unspeakable acts of...
Kaethe rated it
Yet another classic of children's lit that creeped me out when I read it to my baby. "No matter what lengths you may go to, I will hunt you down and force you to return." I prefer a metaphor of being a safe place to return to, rather than a possessive stalker.
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