The Naughty Bunny finds his forever home - by Rachel B. Evans, Cameron J. Alvarado, Tim Petersen (Illustrator)
Wow, the books people have been submitting to me lately are so good. This one might be my favorite story so far. I love how the story teaches you about understanding. The story starts with a few different people adopting the bunny but don’t treat it like a bunny and they end up saying the bunny is naughty because it is just acting the way it is supposed to. Then comes the boy and his mother who adopt the bunny. The boy tries to play with the bunny the way he wants to and ends up thinking the same way as everyone else, this bunny is naughty. So, while they are taking the bunny back to the store, the store owner helps teach the boy that you need to let the bunny be a bunny. In the end it's a happy ending and a great lesson learned. This is exactly the type of thing I want my son to learn from reading books. Understanding why something is the way it is, is a great trait to have.
Tiny, the naughty bunny neither behaves like a dog nor acts like a cat. A fact that is making it incredibly hard to find a forever home. His cuteness gets him adopted but the lack of understanding by others on his bunny ways gets him sent right back to the pet shop over and over again. Eventually, a 9 year-old boy and his mother adopt Tiny but when Tiny the bunny fails to live up to the boy’s expectations, Tiny gets carted right back to the pet shop. The shop owner helps the boy to realize that he isn’t enjoying his new pet because he doesn’t know anything about bunnies. Armed with the resolve to take better care of his new pet; Tiny, the naughty bunny finally finds his forever home.
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