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Rescue Bunnies by Doreen Cronin
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Rescue Bunnies (2010)

by Doreen Cronin

Other authors: Scott Menchin (Illustrator)

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Newbie is a Rescue Bunny trainee. She has passed the Physical Fitness Test. She has passed the Emergency Rescue Roping Test. She has even passed the Blind Taste Test. Now it's time for the toughest Rescue Bunny test of all . . . the Field Test! It involves a scared giraffe in a sinking mudhole, some hungry hyenas, and dance moves that sneak up on you. Will Newbie have what it takes? The right stuff? Can she handle the truth?
  wichitafriendsschool | Jun 22, 2017 |
Rescue Bunnies is about a small bunny in training for a firefighter position. The climax of the book presents the training bunny put in the hardest postion of the mission they are on. She has to make a decision to stay with the mission and save the animal they are trying to rescue, or to abort and save herself. She uses her best instinct and stays, even when everyone else tells her to retreat. She says, "I'M NOT LEAVING HERE WITHOUT THE GIRAFFE" and straps herself to him. In the end she saves the mission and the giraffe, all without being selfish and aborting the mission just to save herself. This is an extremely valuable lesson for young children. It is important to teach them at a young age to think of others and to treat others how you would like to be treated. This book is a great discussion tool to do just that. Children can learn from the young bunny in training to always give things your all and to think of others before yourself. ( )
  CaittBitt | Oct 24, 2013 |
Lotsa fun, as you would expect from this author. ( )
  Sullywriter | Apr 3, 2013 |
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Newbie struggles to pass her field test to become a full-fledged Rescue Bunny.

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