Pooka & Bunni
Pooka & Bunni
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Annotation: When Pooka knocks down her big sister Bunni's pillow castle, she needs to fix it before Bunni returns. Even though she's small, Pooka uses her big imagination, creativity, and perseverance to figure out how to build an even better castle. Include a Note to Parents about encouraging creative problem-solving in children.
Catalog Number: #240031
Format: Publisher's Hardcover
Copyright Date: 2020
Edition Date: 2020
Pages: 32
Availability: Available
ISBN: 1-433-83214-3
ISBN 13: 978-1-433-83214-7
Dewey: E
LCCN: 2019056330
Dimensions: 27 cm.
Language: English
Reviews:
Kirkus Reviews
Two siblings discover they can accomplish amazing things together.Bunni is older, clever, and inventive. Pooka is little, also clever, and wants to do everything that Bunni does. Bunni draws a plan and builds a castle from objects in the room. Upon leaving for a whistling lesson, Bunni warns Pooka not to touch. Of course Pooka must investigate and is mightily impressed by the creation. A bit too much enthusiasm leads to the collapse of the structure and a big “Uh oh.” Pooka tries to fix it, but nothing works. Instead she decides to move small things and create a whole new design. When Bunni returns, it is the older sib’s turn to be impressed and amazed, only to accidently knock this one over also. But no tears, no recriminations—they will build a better castle together. Zivoin is never preachy, allowing young readers to absorb the gentle lesson about sibling love, acceptance, and just getting along. Bright, colorful illustrations depict the pair as incredibly nonfrightening furry monsters with heaps of personality. Bunni is purple and has pigtails tied with bows; Pooka is bright green with red and pink horns on her head. The pictorial details beautifully enhance and flesh out the tale with charming details.No sibling rivalry in this tender and loving tale. (Picture book. 3-8)
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Reading Level: 2.0
Interest Level: P-2

When Pooka knocks down her big sister Bunni's pillow castle, she needs to fix it before Bunni returns. Even though she's small, Pooka uses her big imagination, creativity, and perseverance to figure out how to build an even better castle. Include a Note to Parents about encouraging creative problem-solving in children.


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