That Rabbit Belongs to Emily Brown

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Emily Brown’s rabbit, Stanley, is NOT FOR SALE.

Not even to her Most Royal Highness Queen Gloriana the Third.

Not even for all the toys Emily Brown could ever desire.

So when naughty Queen Gloriana steals “Bunnywunny” away, Emily Brown sets out to get him back. Along the way, she shows the queen how to love a special toy of her very own.

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Overview

Emily Brown’s rabbit, Stanley, is NOT FOR SALE.

Not even to her Most Royal Highness Queen Gloriana the Third.

Not even for all the toys Emily Brown could ever desire.

So when naughty Queen Gloriana steals “Bunnywunny” away, Emily Brown sets out to get him back. Along the way, she shows the queen how to love a special toy of her very own.

The popular author of How to Train Your Dragon teams up with the author/illustrator of Oscar and Arabella in this irresistible picture book.

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This effervescent collaboration introduces a spunky girl who embarks on fanciful adventures with Stanley, her old gray stuffed rabbit. One day, as Emily and Stanley are "launching themselves into outer space to look for alien life-forms," the chief footman to Queen Gloriana the Third arrives at the door, announcing that the royal wants Emily's bunny in exchange for a new gold teddy bear. Deeming the bear "horrible" ("It had staring eyes and no smile at all"), the outraged lass politely refuses the offer. Next, while the duo is motorbiking through the Sahara, an army captain extends the queen's new terms: in exchange for Stanley, she'll give Emily the teddy and 10 dolls that say "Mama, Mama." Still no deal. After the navy and the air force attempt to bribe the unyielding girl, special commandos sneak into her bedroom one night and steal Stanley. The infuriated youngster storms into the castle, where she rescues Stanley (miserable from the queen's attempts to clean him up) and hands the young monarch the new gold teddy, instructing her to play and sleep with him, and to "be sure to have lots of adventures. And then maybe one day you will wake up with a real toy of your OWN." Cowell (How to Be a Pirate) slyly slips a worthy message into her whimsical tale, which is given ample comic dimension by Neal's (Oscar and Arabella) zany and inventive mixed-media illustrations. Ages 3-7. (Apr.)

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Children's Literature - Keri Collins
Emily Brown loves to go on amazing imagined adventures with her special stuffed animal friend, the brave rabbit Stanley. Unfortunately, their trips to such exotic locales as the Amazon rain forest, the Sahara Desert, and the Great Barrier Reef are constantly interrupted by a rat-a-tat-tat at the garden door. Emissaries from her Most Glorious Royalness Queen Gloriana the Third arrive with offers to exchange "Bunnywunny" (the Royal Name given to Stanley) for a succession of toys: a golden teddy bear; ten talking dolls; fifty rocking horses that rock forever; and, finally, all the toys Emily Brown could ever desire. When Emily still refuses to give up her precious Stanley, the Queen's Special Commandos take drastic action. Undaunted, Emily marches to the palace to rescue Stanley and teach the Queen how to create a "real toy" of her very own. Cressida Cowell's lively tale of persistence and loyalty, creatively illustrated by Neal Layton with a melange of photographs, drawings, paintings, and clip art, has loads of kid-appeal with its outlandish royal staff, visual humor, and universal themes. In the classroom, ties to geography, habitat, transportation, and imagination can be made while also exploring friendship and how to handle wanting something that belongs to someone else. Emily's intrepid explorations of land, sea, and space will encourage girls to do more with their stuffed animals than have tea parties, and will inspire all readers to take good care of their friends.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781423106456
  • Publisher: Hyperion Books for Children
  • Publication date: 2/20/2007
  • Pages: 40
  • Age range: 3 - 7 Years

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