What Does Bunny See? A Book of Colors (Linda Sue Park)

Not Recommended, Not Repeatable

The illustrations (by Maggie Smith) are fabulous — vivid, bright and very engaging. But… it’s hard for me to pinpoint what age group the story is really appropriate for. The writing alternates between simple lines of “What does bunny see?” (very appropriate for a toddler) to far more complicated prose like “blushing scarlet poppies” and “past the pussy willow”. If you’re looking for a story that your toddler can start to pick up vocabulary with… this is just a little too back and forth in terms of simple and complex prose. It’s a shame, because the pictures really are colorful and very engaging.

Posted in Children's/Young Adult

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