No More Bottles for Bunny!

Overview

First diapers…now bottles
Growing up can be hard!
Bernette Ford and Sam Williams offer a delightful sequel to their highly acclaimed No More Diapers for Ducky!—and it too deals with a rite of passage that every child goes through. Adorable Pig and Ducky return with a new friend: Bunny, who sucks on his bottle at mealtime, naptime, and playtime. But now Bunny has an invitation to Piggy’s lovely tea party…and no one drinks tea from a bottle! Will...
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Overview

First diapers…now bottles
Growing up can be hard!
Bernette Ford and Sam Williams offer a delightful sequel to their highly acclaimed No More Diapers for Ducky!—and it too deals with a rite of passage that every child goes through. Adorable Pig and Ducky return with a new friend: Bunny, who sucks on his bottle at mealtime, naptime, and playtime. But now Bunny has an invitation to Piggy’s lovely tea party…and no one drinks tea from a bottle! Will Bunny grow up and start using a cup? Once again Ford and Williams teach their lesson gently, with subtle, graceful writing and thoroughly charming characters.
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Editorial Reviews

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Life's arduous transitions are the topic of this quenching sequel to No More Diapers for Ducky! Poor Bunny yearns to accept an invitation to Piggy's elegant tea party, but he's worried that his lifelong addiction to bottles won't allow it. Fortunately, our rabbit hero is able to overcome this very understandable infant addiction. A cheery message about a sometimes difficult rite of passage.
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PRAISE FOR NO MORE DIAPERS FOR DUCKY!
“[D]estined to find a permanent place in a child’s library. Ford and Williams tackle this…theme with a freshness apparent in both the language and the artwork…This entertaining tale that teaches by example will be welcomed by adults and youngsters alike.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)
School Library Journal

PreS - Bunny loves his bottle, and he takes it everywhere. When he arrives at Ducky's house, he discovers that she is having a tea party with Piggy. Bunny wants to play with his friends, but he is sucking on his bottle. When he sees his friends drinking from cups, he asks for tea to be poured into his bottle. Ducky refuses, informing Bunny that "Bottles are for babies." The little rabbit realizes that he wants to be a big boy, so he disposes of his beloved object and takes a drink from a bright-red bunny mug. This tough topic is handled subtly but the point is made. Complementing this endearing tale are expressive, bright watercolor illustrations with black outlines that make them jump out from the page, allowing easy sharing during storytime.-Linda Zeilstra Sawyer, Skokie Public Library, IL

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781905417346
  • Publisher: Boxer Books
  • Publication date: 4/1/2007
  • Series: Ducky and Piggy Series
  • Pages: 32
  • Sales rank: 1,369,893
  • Age range: 2 - 4 Years

Meet the Author

Bernette Ford has written many books for children, including the No More and Ballet Kitty series for Boxer Books. Bernette lives with her husband in Brooklyn, NY.

Sam Williams is best known for his picture books, including No More Bottles for Bunny! and Ballet Kitty for Boxer Books. Sam also illustrated the Little Red series of books by Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York (Simon & Schuster). He lives with his wife in Hertfordshire, England.

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