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Don't Call Me Little Bunny epub

by Gregoire Solotareff


Don't Call Me Little Bunny epub

ISBN: 0374350124

ISBN13: 978-0374350123

Author: Gregoire Solotareff

Category: For Children

Language: English

Publisher: Farrar Straus & Giroux (September 1, 1988)

Pages: 32 pages

ePUB book: 1754 kb

FB2 book: 1665 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 995

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Start by marking Don't Call Me Little Bunny as Want to Read . I used to read this to my boys when they were little. It's really not a children's book. Little Bunny is an angry guy who goes on a Baby Face Nelson rampage, and winds up in jail

Start by marking Don't Call Me Little Bunny as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Little Bunny is an angry guy who goes on a Baby Face Nelson rampage, and winds up in jail. In the end, he is redeemed, but with no redeeming qualities other than pitiable compassion.

by Gregoire Solotareff (Author). The illustrations are perfect-the cover image of Little Bunny could be a portrait of the inner self of some of the biggest baddest people we know. I enjoyed the book and so have others that I've read to, both adults and kids. I also liked the illustrations.

This book was a firm favourite with our children. Consequences be damned!

So he becomes a rebel abut ends up almost in jail, so he realises he doesn't want to be a big bunny after all!! Beautifully graphic full-color illustrations.

So he becomes a rebel abut ends up almost in jail, so he realises he doesn't want to be a big bunny after all!! Beautifully graphic full-color illustrations. In very good condition. Binding tight and all pages intact. Has some bruising to spine and side of front cover. Pages are in great shape and clean.

Don't call me little bunny. Written and illustrated by Gregoire Solotareff. Farrar, Straus & Giroux. Ages 3 and up) In this wickedly funny French storybook, Jack decides to become a rascally rabbit to distance himself from his implicitly fluffy nickname. Ages 3 and up) One morning Celestine, the charming little mouse in a popular series of picture books about two close friends, wakes up and discovers that Ernest, who is a very large bear, is ill with the flu. Celestine rises to the occasion gallantly, keeping the house going, nursing, even putting on an afternoon's entertainment for Ernest.

My Book of Little Red Riding Hood by Jane Carruth, with illustrations by Lupatelli Odhams, 1961, Published by London: no ed. stated, 1961 Pictorial laminated boards. Damage to spine ends, small message christmas 1969 present to Elaine on back of front cover otherwise clean and bright. I'd been looking at this book for a while before I actually finally broke and purchased it. I flew through it, this one was totally engaging, and I loved every minute of it. It combines a fun, time-travelling adventure story, some creepy characters, and some vintage photographs.

Don't Call Me Little Bunny by Gregoire Solotareff. Poor little Corduroy lost the bottom on his overalls, and now he has lost his way in a huge department store. 0 points - added 8 years ago by missdeweydecimal -. 17.

Grégoire Solotareff uses a limited palette-mostly yellow, red and blue-set against stark white backgrounds. Great Escape of Two Little Bunnies. The art is full of texture, adding liveliness to the scenery. Don’t Call Me Little Bunny is not for all children, as few picture books are, but those that will understand the offbeat humor will truly appreciate this odd and unusual gem. View on Powell’s Oregon’s premier independent bookstore.

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The author's vigorous story is humorously extended by the bold ed rabbits.

Jack, the Little Bunny, doesn't like being called that and he doesn't think being the smallest rabbit is much fun, either. Why can't he be a normal rabbit with a normal name just like everyone else?
This is the funniest somewhat subversive picture book I have seen in a long time. While it has a valuable message about the socially negative results of bullying and disrespecting others, I doubt that the typical teacher/librarian/parent would want to explain grandpa bunny's hiding and support of his fugitive grandson and his buddy after they escape from prison. The illustrations are perfect--the cover image of Little Bunny could be a portrait of the inner self of some of the biggest baddest people we know.
I enjoyed the book and so have others that I've read to, both adults and kids. I also liked the illustrations. Some reviews have said the book is not appropriate for kids as in the end Little Bunny gets away after robbing a bank. I can't imagine that a child would be influenced to do something wrong just because a bunny in a story book got away with a crime. And he really didn't get off completely as he had to go into hiding.
The book shipped with no problems. This book was ordered for my sisters because we had happened upon it about 10 years ago & had a real laugh, sense it was innocently read to my grandaughter in error (I wouldn't recommend it be read to children). For years I tried to find it. It was a hit as a Christmas gift for my 2 sisters. My grandaughter, who is a teenager now, got a laugh out of it too. No one could believe that I'd found 2 copies of it.
It's a sad indictment on modern life when - as previous reviewers have suggested - a book for children MUST contain consequences for bad actions, otherwise it cannot be deemed a "good" book.

This book was a firm favourite with our children. Consequences be damned! This is a great tale of a naughty rabbit who does bad things, goes to jail, escapes, evades the police and goes into hiding at his grandfather's house, where he remains to this day.

What? No consequences? Oh dear! GET REAL! It's a rattling good yarn! And - so far - none of my children have gone off the rails because of it.
This book is in my 17 year old daughter's top 3 books from her childhood. Bearing in mind that we read book after book, at least 3 each and every bedtime and often more, that's quite some accolade!

Despite various opinions of it as some awful, shocking tale of unpunished debauchery, I have to recommend it as a witty, beautifully illustrated and above all extremely funny book, and if my daughter was ten years younger I would read it to her again and again without doubt!!!!!
A quick (and very true) recap of the story:
A small rabbit named Jack hates that everyone calls him "little bunny" all the time. He collects many weapons (including a gun, several daggers, and a bow and arrows) and goes on a crime spree. He holds up a bank, but doesn't really want to hurt anyone just "strike fear into the hearts of men and rabbits." The police catch him, throw him in jail, and take away his weapons, which makes him cry. In jail, he finds a rabbit smaller than he and they escape together and live the rest of their lives in the mountains reading newspapers and eating chocolate and bubble gum.
No judgement, no punishment, and no consequences.
This is not a book I would ready to any child, nor any grown up for that matter.
It's appaulling that this book was ever aimed at children; it's absolutely horrifying. But it makes an excellent conversation piece when used as a cofee table book. Get this Book! Shock and amaze your friends... but keep away from children.
So, I bought this book used, and thought it would be great for my 2nd grade class. Mistakenly, I read it to them without reading it first. This is probably the WORST children's book ever. The worst part? Everyone that committed crimes remain free, no consequences. Horrible.