Little Bunny's Cool Tool Set

Little Bunny's Cool Tool Set

by Maribeth Boelts, Kathy Parkinson
     
 

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"When Little Bunny buys a new tool set with his own money, he takes it to preschool but is unwilling to share it with his friend Patrick. The two young rabbits have a falling-out, but in the end, peace is restored as they use one another's hammer and paintbrush. . . . The appealing illustrations, done in watercolor and ink, capture the activities of a typical…  See more details below

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"When Little Bunny buys a new tool set with his own money, he takes it to preschool but is unwilling to share it with his friend Patrick. The two young rabbits have a falling-out, but in the end, peace is restored as they use one another's hammer and paintbrush. . . . The appealing illustrations, done in watercolor and ink, capture the activities of a typical preschool show-and-tell, and the emotions of one character who refuses to share and another who is determined to see the coveted object".--"School Library Journal". Full color.

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Children's Literature - Kathleen Kelly
Little Bunny plans to share his tool set when he takes it to show-and-tell, he really does...but it's so hard to share something that's brand-new! But when he gets into a fight with his best friend over his toy, he knows something is really wrong. Fortunately, Little Bunny and his friends can rely on unpatronizing adults who take their problems seriously and help them reach their own solutions. Parkinson's warm, expressive watercolors complement the simple text in this understanding look at an often difficult issue for preschoolers.
School Library Journal - School Library Journal
PreS-Gr 1When Little Bunny buys a new tool set with his own money, he takes it to preschool but is unwilling to share it with his friend Patrick. The two young rabbits have a falling-out, but in the end, peace is restored as they use one another's hammer and paintbrush. While the events will be familiar to anyone who reads the story, the message is obvious and nothing memorable occurs. The appealing illustrations, done in watercolor and ink, capture the activities of a typical preschool show-and-tell, and the emotions of one character who refuses to share and another who is determined to see the coveted object. This book can be used to introduce an important concept, but it's unlikely to be in heavy demand.Dawn Ibey, Vancouver Public Library, Canada

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780807545850
Publisher:
Whitman, Albert & Company
Publication date:
03/28/1999
Series:
Concept Books Series
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
32
Sales rank:
1,240,866
Product dimensions:
8.61(w) x 7.93(h) x 0.14(d)
Age Range:
5 - 6 Years

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