Bunny Loves to Learn

Publisher: Parragon Books

Miss Nibbler gives four friends a fun project - and a box of costumes. They must dress up as people from the past and make something to do with their character. Buster chooses a Viking cloak and creates a longship with a scary dragon prow. Sam decides to be a knight, painting his crest on a shield. Francine builds a palace to house her bossy princess. But Max can't unearth a suitable costume - the Roman boy's outfit looks boring and the Egyptian king has no crown. Max really wants to be an Egyptian mummy. But there's no costume… until Buster has an idea.

History, creativity, imagination and friendship feature in this captivating school story, with entertaining illustrations providing lots to talk about.

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