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Bunny Days by Tao Nyeu

Bunny Days (edition 2010)

by Tao Nyeu, Tao Nyeu (Illustrator)

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Title:Bunny Days
Authors:Tao Nyeu
Other authors:Tao Nyeu (Illustrator)
Info:Dial (2010), Hardcover, 48 pages
Collections:Picture Books, RDG 560
Tags:Bear, Bunnies, Goats, Friends, Handy, Fixing, Messes, Living Harmoniously

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Bunny Days by Tao Nyeu

2010 (2) bear (5) bears (7) bunnies (15) children's (7) cleaning (2) dusting (1) dusty (1) fiction (3) fixing (3) friends (3) gardening (1) gardens (1) goats (11) handy (1) humor (2) illustrated (2) ink (1) laundry (1) messes (2) pastels (1) picture book (20) preschool (1) problem solving (4) rabbits (3) repair (1) tails (2) toddler (1) washing (3) washing machine (1)



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Like many children's books, kind of freaky if you think about it too literally. :)
  mirikayla | Feb 8, 2016 |
This is about 3 various occasions where bunnies fall into the wrong place at the wrong time, and need help from their friend the bear. The goats always seem to be the ones causing the trouble, unintentionally of course, but the bear is always willing to help our.
I like this book because it has a clear main idea and the book is well designed with how the words are put on the page and the illustrations that go along with it.
I would have pre-k to maybe 1st grade read this because of how easy it is to read, and the basic idea of being kind and helping others.
  AmyGelle | Sep 24, 2014 |
Six innocent little bunnies find themselves the victims of Mr. and Mrs. Goat's carelessness in Tao Nyeu's Bunny Days, but luckily, they are always able to take their troubles to Bear, who also starred in the author's debut (wordless) picture-book, Wonder Bear. Whether they need to be cleaned up, after Mr. Goat gets mud all over them, in Muddy Bunnies; dusted off, after Mrs. Goat accidentally vacuums them up, in Dusty Bunnies; or sewn back together, when Mr. Goat snips off their tails by mistake, in Bunny Tails; Bear always knows what to do...

Apparently, some reviewers find Bunny Days, in which the fluffy little creatures are washed in a machine and hung out to dry on a clothesline, dusted off with a high-powered fan, and made whole again with a sewing machine, rather sadistic. I confess that, although I can see why the parents of very sensitive younger children might want to be cautious about reading this one at bedtime, I found it hilarious. Then again, I'm not a toddler, and loved The Book of Bunny Suicides. The illustrations, done on silkscreen with water-based ink, are absolutely adorable, and as an added bonus, the dust-jacket can be removed, and unfolded into a gorgeous poster! ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Apr 16, 2013 |
I really did not care for this book. While it is meant for young readers based on the very simple, brief language, I thought the stories were not very creative and a little disturbing. There are 3 separate stories about bunnies that get into trouble. The first time the bunnies get put into the washing machine and hung to dry, the second story the bunnies get sucked up by a vacuum and the third story the bunny's tail gets cute off and has to be sewn back on.
Maybe as an older reader I saw these stories as unrealistic and killing the bunnies, so possibly a younger reader could find some humor in them. ( )
  claireforhan | Feb 4, 2013 |
I had high hopes after reading another one of Tao Nyeu's books, but this book did not have the same appeal. The story was split into three sections about bunnies and goats who get into trouble, but have Bear to help clean up and fix the mess. It is an easy read for beginner readers and the illustrations would be appealing for younger children, but the story does not have any depth to it compared to other books. ( )
  attebb | Nov 18, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0803733305, Hardcover)

Six frolicking bunnies, two busy goats, and a very handy bear live harmoniously—though not without mishap—in this picture book charmer. What do the bunnies do when Mr. Goat drives by on his tractor and accidentally splashes them all over with mud? They hop over to Bear, who always knows just how to help—in this case, with the delicate cycle and a refreshing line dry! Two additional stories are even more surprising and giggle-worthy.

All’s well that ends well in this eye-catching, endearing treat of a book, full of funny details and exhilarating artistry.

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As a pair of busy goats inadvertently cause trouble for six bunnies, their neighbor Bear comes to the rescue.

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