Big Bad Bun

(1 reviews with an average rating of 4 out of 5)

Publisher: Andersen Press

Review

Bun has run away from home and, as we read the handwritten letter he has left his parents, we see a fearless animal who has been accepted into the fearsome Hell Bunnies, renowned for their bad behaviour.

It is only when he concludes his letter with a kiss for his baby sister that we begin to question Bun’s account, and discover the truth.

A wonderful tale of bravado, with passing reference to Michael Rosen’s unrepentant Little Rabbit Foo Foo, the pages filled with overt and underlying humour, both visual and textual, which will entertain children and adults alike. 

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