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While his siblings Benny and Bibi prepare for bed by putting away toys, taking baths, and making a bedtime snack, Bunbun decides that he would rather play, in an amusing tale that will delight little ones.
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Sharon Pierce McCullough is a self taught artist, born in Granite City, Illinois. She works primarily with colour pencils and has a passion for unusual folk art, an influence evident in her illustrations. Sharon has five children and now lives near Gettysburg in the US. This is her second title for Barefoot Books and accompanies Bunbun The Middle One.From School Library Journal:
reS-The bunny introduced in Bunbun, the Middle One (Barefoot, 2001) doesn't want to go to bed. So, while his brother and sister are cleaning up toys, brushing teeth, taking baths, etc., he and his pet bird, Paco, continue playing. When a sudden noise scares him, he hastens through all the preparatory bedtime tasks he was supposed to have done earlier. After he and Paco jump into bed, Bunbun is kissed and patted by his patient siblings. The clear, simple, colored-pencil drawings are done predominantly in orange, teal, gold, and purple. Each of the siblings has bright clothing with a nose to match; Bunbun is always dressed in red and easy to identify. The text looks hand lettered by a child and could serve as an easy-reader. Though the lively colors might attract toddlers, and the young procrastinator's acceptance by his family may be reassuring, there's not enough here to sustain interest for a second reading.
Maryann H. Owen, Racine Public Library, WI
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Book Description Barefoot Books, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1841484385
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