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Money, Money, Honey Bunny
     

Money, Money, Honey Bunny

by Marilyn Sadler, Roger Bollen
 

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This delightful book about saving and spending is a perfect "addition" to your child's reading list! 

Honey Bunny Funnybunny has lots and lots and lots of money. Some she saves, some she spends on herself, and some she spends on her friends. In this delightful rhyming book about spending and saving, the bear gets a chair, the fly gets some pie

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This delightful book about saving and spending is a perfect "addition" to your child's reading list! 

Honey Bunny Funnybunny has lots and lots and lots of money. Some she saves, some she spends on herself, and some she spends on her friends. In this delightful rhyming book about spending and saving, the bear gets a chair, the fly gets some pie and, of course, the fox gets some socks.

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Jennifer Chambliss Bertman
Part of the "Bright and Early Books for Beginning Beginners" series, this book is a fun read aloud book or primer for young ones learning to read. Honey Bunny has saved up lots and lots of money, and through the course of this story she spends some of it on gifts for her family and friends. Readers will be entertained by the bounciness of the rhyming text and the gifts she buys for her various animal friends. The illustrations of the goat in his new coat, the pig wearing his new wig, the mouse in her new blouse, and the fox in his new socks will surely get a giggle out of many readers. The dominant theme of this book is one of generosity, but it is communicated in a fun, amusing way rather than in a preachy way. The illustrations are bright and colorful and complement the humor of the text.
School Library Journal
PreS-Gr 1-Thrifty she's not, but no one is more generous than Honey Bunny. After gathering "lots and lots" of cash in her piggy bank, she goes on a shopping spree-first buying a few items for herself, then acquiring gifts for her friends and family. She purchases a chair for the bear, a trunk for the skunk, "And oh, what luck/for the duck!/She spent a buck/and got a truck!". Believe it or not, when she is done, she still has some money left to save. With its light and bouncy text and colorful and humorous cartoons, this book is a fun choice. The rhyming words and picture clues make it easy to decipher. Sure to be a winner among first-time readers.-Anne Knickerbocker, formerly at Cedar Brook Elementary School, Houston, TX Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780375933707
Publisher:
Random House Children's Books
Publication date:
01/24/2006
Series:
Bright and Early Books for Beginning Beginners Series
Pages:
36
Product dimensions:
6.72(w) x 9.32(h) x 0.34(d)
Age Range:
3 - 7 Years

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