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Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity (original 2007; edition 2007)

by Mo Willems (Author), Mo Willems (Illustrator)

Series: Knuffle Bunny (2)

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Her daddy in tow, Trixie hurries to school to show off her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny. But an awful surprise awaits her: someone else has the exact same bunny!
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Title:Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity
Authors:Mo Willems (Author)
Other authors:Mo Willems (Illustrator)
Info:Hyperion Books for Children (2007), Edition: 1st, 48 pages
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Trixie (back from the first Knuffle Bunny book) is in Pre-K, and talking up a storm. She’s excited to bring knuffle bunny to school to show her classmates. I think this sequel works fairly well on its own. The importance of knuffle bunny to Trixie will make more sense if you have also read the first book. Dad still plays a central role. This time, it’s he who gets up in the middle of the night to do an emergency bunny exchange. Though the mixing up of bunnies felt very realistic, the midnight exchange was beyond far-fetched, and I think it took the place of a more important message. I would have rather seen Trixie’s dad or parents have to tell her “no, you’ll get your knuffle bunny back tomorrow!” The lesson/story of being told “no” is so important. I would have loved to see Willems develop a story around that. I loved the mixed media illustrations once again. ( )
  lydsmith | Feb 10, 2020 |
This is adorable book. It is a great book to teach about sharing, and not judging. I also think it is a great book to teach children that you can make friends in different ways and ways that they never expect
  Galiana.Carranza | Nov 16, 2019 |
It is about Trixie and her stuffy, knuffle bunny, and how another child had the same one, and then how they got them mixed up aaaand then had to swap stuffies at 2:30 in the morning.

I️ loved it, I️ love all three stories
  Remi.Kauffman | Sep 26, 2019 |
Great for children who want one of kind toys and realize their toys aren't.
  Laura.Vance | Sep 26, 2019 |
In Knuffle Bunny Too, Trixie is very excited to bring her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny to school. She rushed to school that morning but when she got there she was upset. Sonja had the same exact bunny with her, too. The day turned chaotic when the two girls were arguing with each other about their bunnies and the teacher, Mrs. Greengrove took the bunnies for the rest of the day. When they got them back they went home and Trixie did her normal routine with her bunny. But then she would up in the middle of the night and demanded that her dad call Sonja's parents to switch the bunnies. They ran across town to get their original bunnies. Sonja and Trixie were worried about their own bunnies, but glad each other had them. That night, Trixie made her first best friend. This was a really good book. The illustrations were very realistic from Brooklyn with cartoon characters. ( )
  AlexaBavido | Sep 17, 2019 |
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This book is dedicated to preschool students everywhere.
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One morning, not so long ago, Trixie took a walk with her daddy.
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"Trixie marched into her mommy and daddy's room and said: That is not my bunny."
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Her daddy in tow, Trixie hurries to school to show off her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny. But an awful surprise awaits her: someone else has the exact same bunny!

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Curriculum connection:  Kindergarten  Reading Standard: 2. Reading for All Purposes

Concepts and skills students master:2. A concept of print to read and a solid comprehension of informational text are the building blocks for readingiii. With prompting and support, describe the connection between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text. (CCSS: RI.K.3)
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