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ISBN: 0061626554
ISBN13: 978-0061626555
Language: English
Publisher: Greenwillow
Fb2 eBook: 1680 kb
ePub eBook: 1868 kb
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Emmaline and the Bunny book. Emmaline and the Bunny written and illustrated by Katherine Hannigan is an illustrated chapter book about a young girl named Emmaline.

Emmaline and the Bunny book. In this very tidy town anything that hops, digs, or scoot-skedaddles is outlawed and kicked out and that includes bunnies. A bunny is all that Emmaline wants; she wants to hop, dig, and scoot-skedaddle with a bunny.

I have not personally seen this book, but I sent it to my 7-year-old granddaughter who just happens to be named Emmaline.

Enforcing the tidiness is Mayor Oliphant, who insists that children be silent and spotless and houses be spick-and-span. The intimidated electorate adheres to his edicts. I have not personally seen this book, but I sent it to my 7-year-old granddaughter who just happens to be named Emmaline. She sent me a wonderful thank you note with her hand-drawn picture of the book and a note "I just loooooooove this book!" So with that enthusiastic and authentic response to a special birthday present, I think I can say this is a great book for a 7-year-old.

Emmaline lives in a very tidy town, but Emmaline is not tidy. I would recommend "Emmaline and the Bunny" by Katherine Hannigan to children who are 8, 9 or 10-years-old and who love animals

Emmaline lives in a very tidy town, but Emmaline is not tidy. Orson Oliphant is mayor of the town. I would recommend "Emmaline and the Bunny" by Katherine Hannigan to children who are 8, 9 or 10-years-old and who love animals. She read it in two days! It's the fastest I've ever seen her read and I didn't have to nag her to finish it, like I normally do. Hoopalala! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 10 years ago.

Emmaline and the Bunny. This was probably the very first chapter book I got from the library when I was maybe 6 or 7(and the second chapter book I read)

Emmaline and the Bunny. Walmart 9780061626548. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Emmaline and the Bunny. This was probably the very first chapter book I got from the library when I was maybe 6 or 7(and the second chapter book I read). I read it 2 or 3 times before it had to go back, and I remember my 6 year old self loved it! I still have such vivid memories of it!

Written and illustrated in full color by Katherine Hannigan-the best-selling author of Ida B-Emmaline and the Bunny is a celebration of ingenuity.

Written and illustrated in full color by Katherine Hannigan-the best-selling author of Ida B-Emmaline and the Bunny is a celebration of ingenuity. Written and illustrated in full color by Katherine Hannigan-the best-selling author of Ida B-Emmaline and the Bunny is a celebration of ingenuity. by Katherine Hannigan. illustrated by Katherine Hannigan. Imprint: Greenwillow Books.

Engaging bunny tale with clever wordplay, lovely artwork. Families can talk about the story's lesson. How did Emmaline earn her bunny? What does the story say about animals and people living together? Continue reading Show less.

Emmaline and the Bunny Hannigan Katherine HarperCollins USA 9780061626548 : Katherine Hannigan has written and illustrated (with more than 40 pieces of full-color art) a novel for young reader.

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Comments to eBook Emmaline And The Bunny
Qwne
Colorful pics on each page make this more like a picture book - yet it has chapters and might take a few sittings to read it all. Delightfully playful language and a heartwarming story with themes rooted in ecology, questioning rigid authority, and seeking out love and happiness.

The book is magical and beautiful. It reads like poetry. It's a perfect read-aloud story with young kids or as an early reader chapter book for age 6-7.

I can't believe more people haven't reviewed this yet; I would have expected more reviews. I've been raving about it to all the other parents I know and have loaned it out to several friends. I highly recommend you get this book. It's definitely owning and enjoying over and over again.
Nilarius
I love this story. Heart warming and sweet.
Anarius
I have not personally seen this book, but I sent it to my 7-year-old granddaughter who just happens to be named Emmaline. She sent me a wonderful thank you note with her hand-drawn picture of the book and a note "I just loooooooove this book!" So with that enthusiastic and authentic response to a special birthday present, I think I can say this is a great book for a 7-year-old.
Trex
WE GAVE IT TO OUR FIRST GREAT GRANDCHILD, EMMALINE GRACE. WE KNOW SHE WILL ENJOY IT AS SHE GETS OLDER.
DarK-LiGht
This was my daughter's first chapter book and IT IS AWESOME! We read it at both nap time and bed time for a period of 4 days. She loved the story and so did I!
Bynelad
They live in a town called Neatasapin!! So cute!!
Saithinin
Everyone was always asking Emmaline questions. When she told them she wanted a bunny, no one paid any attention. She just happened to live on Shipshape Street in the town of Neatasapin and a messy bunny was simply out of the question.

Even Mayor Orson Oliphant was against messy animals and messy little girls. He sent those messy animals away and if Emmaline didn't shape up he threatened to send her away too. Bye, bye! It looked like Emmaline didn't have a chance at getting a bunny, but she could dream. Her mother said she could have one if she could be neat and tidy for one month. "Whakadoodlewhipperpoo, she sighed, this is very hard to do!" Would she ever get the kind of bunny she wanted? Would Mayor Oliphant wreck her plans?

This is an adorable book, complimented by lovely full color watercolors. This chapter book can be read alone, but I see it more as a circle time book or a personal "sit in a rocking chair, cuddle up book" to be shared with a loved one. It's a surefire memory maker for the little ones, especially if you purchase a stuffed bunny along with the book to add to cuddle time.
Emmiline is a little girl that lives in a town called Neatasapin. In her town everything is always in order. Emmiline has a hard time ffitting in the town, she like to get dirty and make messes! The one thing that she wants most of all is a bunny. Her parents tell her that bunnies are not allowed in Neatasapin. Emmiline sets off on a quest of her own to find a bunny of her own. When her parents see how happy the bunny makes their daughter they decide to buck the system and give the bunny a home at their house in Neatasapin. Find out what big changes are made based on that desision!

This book is perfect for those children that are just starting to read chapter books. The chapters are short and the water color illustrations add alot to the story.
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