Friday, August 12, 2016

Wolfie the Bunny by Ame Dyckman


I originally rated this 5 stars and I do not know if it's because of the high of reading the book or it's been a long time for me to write this review but I do not believe this is 5 stars material. It was a funny and cute book but not out of this world.

We meet a wolf who was abandoned and luckily for this rabbit family, the parents take the wolf in as a cub and raises it as their own. Obviously the wolf is not a bunny but with enough love and care the wolf is a cute animal but for Dot (Wolfie's older brother) he fears that the wolf is going to kill all of them and live happily ever after.

This constant fear is persistent throughout the book which is understandable but the mean message of this book is while this rabbit may have these thoughts and bother the wolf, no one else messes with his brother and it is clearly illustrated when this big tough animal tries to attack Wolfie then Dot steps up and defends Wolfie. While they may have their differences they are family no less. It's cute simple story and I believe any kid who get a kick out of it.

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