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Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale

Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale

Написано Mo Willems

Озвучено Mo Willems


Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale

Написано Mo Willems

Озвучено Mo Willems

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4.5/5 (125 оценки)
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14 minutes
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Издано:
Jan 1, 2006
ISBN:
9780545555067
Формат:
Аудиокнига

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Trixie, Daddy and Knuffle Bunny take a trip to the neighborhood laundromat, but their exciting adventure takes an unexpected turn when Trixie realizes something is missing.
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Издано:
Jan 1, 2006
ISBN:
9780545555067
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  • (5/5)
    In my opinion this was a very enjoyable book to read. I liked reading the story of a little girl going to the laundromat with her father, as told from the toddler’s perspective. It was very interesting to read how she played alongside her father as they were doing chores. I found this book relatable as well, considering how upset I would feel when I lost my favorite stuffed animal when I was a child. The vocabulary of this story also depicts the voice of a toddler very well. “Now please don’t get fussy, said her daddy. Well she had no choice, Trixie bawled. WAAAA! She went boneless”. This depicts a toddler throwing a tantrum very well. The language of the story and the illustrations help the reader understand how upset Trixie was when she lost her bunny. At the end of the story, Trixie says her first word, making this story a good one to read to little kids. This book is organized at a steady pace, and a lot of the setting is repeated multiple times. The repetition makes this a good one for little children to enjoy and relate to.
  • (2/5)
    I like the art where the people are garish cartoons and the background is photoreal but on the whole this one seemed to cut a lot of corners and the story was a bit lame.
  • (5/5)
    After falling in love with Mo Willems and his pigeon I searched for this book to see his writing appear in another book and other characters. He did not fail me. I loved this book. The illustrations first and foremost make it unique and intriguing. The use of real life pictures in black and white with colorful cartoon characters that pop put give the book another element. It is serious, yet his usual fun and quirky tone. Still a fan of the talking bubbles his uses them on Trixie and her baby babble when knuffle bunny has gone missing. This book makes readers pay attention to detail and use context clues. The father does not know why Trixie is crying and upset but if the reader puts it together they will remember she had knuffle bunny on previous pages and now does not. For children it is important to grow this attention and focus in their young, growing and literature is a great way to do this especially with picture books.
  • (3/5)
    Trixie is a happy little girl running errands with her father, until she realizes something on the way home from the laundromat. What could it be that is making Trixie so sad? She was missing Knuffle Bunny of course. When her father and her return home her mother asks where the bunny is and they race as a family to find him. Luckily, Knuffle Bunny was found deep within the washing machine. Trixie was so excited her first words were "Knuffle Bunny". The illustrations are amazing is this book however, I really appreciate that the sketches of the characters are put in front of amazing photography.
  • (4/5)
    A charming tale and also a great example of basic prepositions. The problem and solution are nice for young analysis, as well.
  • (4/5)
    This is about a girl named Trixie and how her treasured stuffed animal, Knuffle Bunny (pronounced KA-nuffle) gets left behind at the Laundromat! Her dad must race around town, retracing their steps, in order to find it. I really love this series! I think they are cute books to read to younger children (especially if they have a special attachment to a stuffed animal) and a fun book for adults to read!
  • (5/5)
    Laugh out loud funny look at what happens when an outing with Daddy goes "tragically" wrong. The black and white pictures of Brooklyn contrast perfectly with Willems' stylized cartoons and nobody has captured the wordless frustration of a toddler better. Can't wait for the next one!
  • (3/5)
    Summary: Trixie, her daddy, and her favorite stuffed animal known as Knuffle Bunny take a trip to the neighborhood laundromat. Once they leave, Trixie realizes that Knuffle Bunny got left behind. She tries to tell her daddy what happened, but cannot communicate with him, so she throws a fit to try to get him to turn back. Once they get home, Trixie's mom immediately asks where Knuffle Bunny is, and they all run back to the laundromat. After some hard searching, Trixie's daddy finds Knuffle Bunny, and Trixie manages to speak her first words with excitement: "Knuffle Bunny". Genre Critique: This is a good example of realistic fiction, because the setting, characters, and events are all believable. It is very realistic for a child to take a walk through the neighborhood with her parent to go somewhere to get a chore done. There is nothing out of ordinary in the book, and it accurately shows how a toddler may get upset and have a tantrum if she lost her favorite stuffed animal. Communication between parents and toddlers who cannot speak yet happen all the time, and this book shows how truly frustrating it can be for both parent and child. Children will be able to relate to this book by connecting the situation to a time when they lost something important or were not understood by others. Media: hand-drawn ink sketches & digital photography in a computer
  • (5/5)
    This is a beautifully illustrated book about a young child and her security blanket. The pictures really add to the story. I love the part, "by the time they got home, her daddy was unhappy, too." Did you notice the Pigeon shirt?
  • (4/5)
    Everything about this book, from the story itself to the word choice the the people in the illustrations, is humorously adorable from start to end. Trixie, who can't quite speak yet, joins her father for a day of laundry. But something goes wrong! Trixie's bunny gets left in the washer! Read as Trixie tries to communicate the crisis to her father, and how the family finally solves the problem of the missing bunny.
  • (4/5)
    When I first read Knuffle Bunny, I thought it was such a silly book but it totally changed after reading it with my students. It quickly became a class favorite and kids wanted to read it over and over again.
  • (5/5)
    I read this to a pre-k class and they loved it. It prompted them to talk about their special animal/doll they sleep with and how they would feel if their's went missing. Even at a young age they are able to learn the skill of expressing their emotions. Besides the conversation they kept laughing at the babies speech and the illustrations. This book was excellent for this age group because they saw part of themselves in it.
  • (5/5)
    One of my favorite authors, Mo Willems. This is a very cute story. It's a story about a little girl named Trixie and her day that she lost Knuffle Bunny. She takes him everywhere with her. She and her dad take a trip to the laundry mat and she ends up leaving Knuffle Bunny behind, but doesn't realize it until they are almost home. She starts yelling at her father to go back and ge it, but he doesn't understand Trixie. She doesn't talk yet except jabbering. In the end she is able to get her Knuffle Bunny and he is safe and sound.
  • (5/5)
    I thought this was a great book. I love the pictures in the story and think that kids in my class will love it.
  • (4/5)
    Trixie and Dad make a visit to the laundromat, where Trixie's beloved stuffed animal Knuffle Bunny accidentally ends up in the washing machine. Neither of them notice at the time but half-way home, Trixie realizes their mistake. Being an infant, she wails and temper tantrums because of her lost bunny but Dad has no clue what's wrong. When they get home, Mom figures out the problem and all is resolved as they go back to rescue Knuffle Bunny.I had heard a lot about this book and had high hopes for it as I've enjoy Mo Willems's Pigeon series (Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus, The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog, etc.). Knuffle Bunny did not disappoint. Like with the Pigeon books, Willems is spot-on with his portrayal of Trixie's meltdown. His illustrations are similar to the simple, clearly drawn ones used in the Pigeon series, but he overlays these atop actual photographs of Brooklyn. This is a unique art form, although I'm not sure what children make of it (or if it further blurs the line between reality and fantasy for the very young ones). All and all, though, this is a fun read with the children in your life.
  • (5/5)
    Summary:Trixie goes with her dad and knuffle bunny to the laundromat. She helps her dad with the clothes and puts the money into the machine. They both leave, and about halfway, Trixie realizes that knuffle bunny isn't with her. So Trixie starts blabbing words and her dad tells her not to get fussy. When they get home, Trixie's mom asks where is knuffle bunny. They go back to the laundromat and her dad looks through and finally finds knuffle bunny, and those were the first words that Trixie says.Personal Reaction:I fell in love with this book! I can't believe that I also never read this book before. Children can really relate to this book, because they tend to be attached to a certain object that they just can't let go of. I loved the illustrations, how they were real photgraphs and have cartoon drawings. The combination is just amazing. I also enjoyed how dad didn't understand why she was throwing a fuss, and then mom asks for the bunny. Also sometimes a kids first word isn't always,"mommy" or "daddy", so I really enjoyed how Trixie's first words were "knuffle bunny". Overall I think it's a great book.Classroom Extension:1. I would have students share what their favorite object is and share it with the class.2. I would have students write or state how they would feel if their favorite object got misplaced, how would they feel and what would they do to rescue their object.
  • (5/5)
    This is a great book! I love the illustrations with the photos and the story is wonderful. Every child has their version of "Knufflebunny" and will be able to identify with the story as will parents. Fantastic book!
  • (5/5)
    Willems has an amazing talent and is able to find ways to draw readers of all ages with his humor and combinations of illustration and photos. I found it allowed me to attach more reality and permanence to the story as opposed to only illustrated stories. I shared this with my wife and 20-year old son who both appreciated the interplay between the characters.
  • (4/5)
    The book was awarded the Caldecott Honor for excellent illustration, and rightly so, although I think Mo deserves the actual award. The book features black and white photography of familiar places (an apartment building, a street corner, a Laundromat, a schoolroom, etc.) with colorful illustrations of Trixie and her family and friends on top of them. I highly enjoyed the style. Not only do his illustrations demonstrate excellence in artistic technique and concept, his storyline shows appropriateness of style of the illustration to the story. 4 stars.
  • (5/5)
    Trixie loved her Knuffle Bunny. She brings it everywhere. One day, Trixie went with her dad to the landromat and forgot him there. Will she every find him again. Very cute story. Illustration are great and comical, they show great facial expressions and emotions.
  • (5/5)
    Caldecott Honor Book is illustrated with drawings over photographs of an urban neighborhood. A father takes his daughter Trixie to the local laundromat to wash their clothes. After putting in the laundry, they start to walk back home when Trixie discovers that her beloved Knuffle Bunny is missing. Since Trixie is unable to talk yet she tries to tell her father that something is wrong and cries in frustration when he cannot understand her. Luckily her mother realizes that Knuffle Bunny is missing the minute they get home and they all rush back to the laundromat to find her lovey. This book is a good book to read-a-loud or share with children aged 1 to 4 since most children have a lovey of their own.
  • (5/5)
    This is an adorable story complete with unusual pictures that incorporate real world images with cartoon characters. Sure to catch any eye, this story will keep the reader hooked with an active layout and loveable characters. The story is so well written -- as though you are in the mind of the child. It is sure to be a family or classroom favorite.
  • (4/5)
    This is a great book to help children discuss items of importance. It is a story about a little girl who has lost her favorite stuffed animal but has a hard time communicating that with her dad because she doesn't know how to talk. This could also help students open a conversation about the importance of communication with others. I really enjoyed reading this book with my students.
  • (5/5)
    This is a really great book to use in any classroom. It is a realistic fiction story about a little girl who loved her stuffed animal. Until she left her stuffed animal at the laundry mat. This is a good book to tell students about artifacts and the things people value.
  • (4/5)
    Trixie goes with her daddy to the Laundromat to do some chores but leaves her precious stuffed animal, Knuffle Bunny in the wash. Trixie gets awfully upset. When she gets home Mommy asks where the stuffed animal is. They race to the Laundromat to find Knuffle Bunny. I love the way the cartoons are used in front of real pictures of Brooklyn, New York. A childrens CLASSIC!
  • (5/5)
    Trixie, the toddler, and her Dad take a trip to the laundromat in this likable little book from Mo Willems. Departing from his usual style, Willems incorporates hand-drawn characters into sepia-toned photographs of Brooklyn as we follow them through the park. On the way home, Trixie begins to throw a tantrum, which is relatable for both parents and children, it's only when they get home that Mom realizes what the matter is. This sweet story is perfect for children (and adults who have children) ages 2-6, teachers will also love the opportunity to teach students a new method of artwork.
  • (3/5)
    Summary - Trixie, her dad, and Knuffle bunny set out to the laundry mat to wash their clothes, but some how Knuffle bunny gets lost, and Trixie and her parents take off on a mad dash to find her best friend.Critique - This book is a good example of realistic fiction because the author creates characters that are real and puts them in a real situation.Media - Ink sketches and digital photographyCharacterization - The characters in this book are flat because the author does not divulge any of their inner feelings or thoughts.
  • (5/5)
    Summary: This book is about a little girl named Trixie, who one day goes with her daddy to run errands. They walk to the laundromat where Trixie "helps" her daddy wash the clothes. Upon leaving Trixie realizes she has lost her stuffed animal knuffle bunny. Since Trixie can't speak yet she tries very hard to let her daddy know what is going on, but he thinks she is just being fussy. It isn't until they get home that mommy says," Where is knuffle bunny?" The whole family races back to the laundromat to look for, and finally find knuffle bunny. Trixies first words are "knuffle bunny!"Personal Reaction:I loved this book, from the real pictures with drawn characters, to the very realistic story. I have had a few experiences all too similar to this with both my children. This book would be considered a realistic fiction, since even though it is fiction it could possibly happen.Classroom Extensions:1. This is a good book to read and then have a discussion with the students on whether they have ever lost something that they loved, and how they found it. The students could then (depending on age) write, or draw about what we discussed. This would also be a good time to go over with the students about responsibility, and the importance of taking care of ones items.2. After reading the story we could take a longer look at the artwork in the book. I would bring in magazines, and allow the kids to find a scenary picture they like. Then give them construction paper to draw on, and cut out to glue on the picture to make artwork like in the book.
  • (5/5)
    This 2004 Caldecott award winner is a great book that undoubtedly all young children relate to as most have a favorite toy, blanket or even piece of clothing. I like how the author, Mo Millems, used actual black and white photos of places as the background to the cartoon characters, Trixie, Mom, Dad and Knuffle Bunny! It is funny how the dad can not understand the toddler's jargon but as soon as they get home the mom knows right off that Trixie is missing Knuffle Bunny, her favorite stuffed animal. They all rush back to the laundromat and search frantically until the dad finds Knuffle Bunny and Trixie is happy and says her first words "Knuffle Bunny". My son is 15 and still loves this story.
  • (5/5)
    Tale of a toddler speaking her first words.