From the celebrated team behind Creepy Carrots!, Aaron Reynolds and Caldecott Honor winner Peter Brown, comes a hilarious (and just a little creepy) story of a brave rabbit and a very weird pair of underwear.
Jasper Rabbit is NOT a little bunny anymore. He’s not afraid of the dark, and he’s definitely not afraid of something as silly as underwear. But when the lights go out, suddenly his new big rabbit underwear glows in the dark. A ghoulish, greenish glow. If Jasper didn’t know any better he’d say his undies were a little, well, creepy. Jasper’s not scared obviously, he’s just done with creepy underwear. But after trying everything to get rid of them, they keep coming back!
|Publisher:||Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers|
|Product dimensions:||9.30(w) x 12.10(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Aaron Reynolds is a New York Times bestselling author and has written many highly acclaimed books for kids, including Here Comes Destructosaurus!, Carnivores, and the Caldecott Honor–winning book Creepy Carrots! He regularly makes time to visit schools where his hilarious hands-on presentations keep kids spellbound. Aaron lives in Chicago with his wife, two kids, four cats, and anywhere between zero and ten goldfish, depending on the day. Visit Aaron at Aaron-Reynolds.com.
Peter Brown is the author of Children Make Terrible Pets and the critically acclaimed artist of Chowder and Flight of the Dodo. He is a graduate of the Art Center College of Design in Pasedena, California. He now lives in Brooklyn, New York. Visit Peter at PeterBrownStudio.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
An hysterically creepy tale of a young bunny and a pair of glow-in-the-dark underwear that will have you and your bunnies giggling happily for many nights to come! Even my 7th grade students enjoyed this book!
This is adorable. My 5 year old was too scared to read it on his own, but when I was reading it, he was interested and looked over my shoulder the whole time. He was worried it would actually be creepy, but it is not. It's about overcoming your fears. Super cute and I'm going to make sure we also have Creepy Carrots in our school library.
Glow in the dark underwear, ghostly thrills and an ending as sweet and quirky as can be--this is a picture book to make the youngest spook fans giggle for glee. Jasper Rabbit is not thrilled about his mother taking him underwear shopping until he spots the best underwear in the world--creepy, glow in the dark green ones. Thank goodness he's a big bunny now and can handle such things. That is, until he gets home at night and realizes just how spooky this pair of underwear can be. The front cover of this book already demands attention. Dark, green, ghoulish and all centered around a pair of underwear. Jasper, the bunny, is the perfect character to take front stage in this creepy tale. Bunnies, by nature, are cute and sweet, and Jasper offers just the right amount of distance from real life to keep the youngest listeners from getting too uncomfortable. This tale walks the beginning border of a chilling thriller, letting the youngest fear-seekers grab a first taste without suffering too many goosebumps. It's cute, it's quirky and it's just a lot of fun. The illustrations keep a dark touch, allowing the atmosphere to seep through on every page. The emotions are easy to read on Jasper's (and the underwear's) expressions, making this a picture book kids can skim through all on their own too, time and again. The only thing missing was a page or two. . .or even the cover. . .with a real life, glow-in-the-dark effect. But the illustrations do a terrific job in getting the feeling across sound and clear. Although this takes Jasper through quite a trip to get rid of some extremely persistent underwear, the last pages do a great job of bringing the spookiness back down and swinging it over into a somewhat silly, but also, in its own way, heart-warming end. Now, if only we all could own such a creepy pair of underwear. I received a complimentary copy and loved it so much that I wanted to leave my honest thoughts.