Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale by Mo Willems

By Mo Willems

Merging expressive sketch network-esque illustrations with appealing black and white images of Brooklyn, this shaggy dog story tells how Trixie and Knuffel Bunny's journey to the laundromat with Dad is going extraordinarily improper whilst Trixie realizes a few bunny's been left behind...! Her makes an attempt to alert Dad the entire method domestic are unsuccessful, till Mum issues out that Knuffel Bunny is lacking and the family members hotfoot it again to the laundromat. thankfully, KB is secure, if a bit wet...

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I bent over at the waist and stretched my spine; the metal tines of the zipper scraped against my skin but I wasn’t about to take the dress off. A bat flew out of the trees close to my face and I flinched and pressed back as flat as I could against the shale wall as another and then another and another followed. When they were gone, I gradually inched closer to the edge and felt with my toes until a rock I dislodged went skittering over the side. George and Finn were still yelling something at me, but my heart was thudding so loudly in my ears I couldn’t hear them if I wanted to.

She scrambled ahead of George to the rocks and then waited for him to catch up. Along the way he stubbed his toe and skipped around as he cursed in pain. Miriam made appropriate murmuring sounds, a little cluck in the back of her throat. She looked down at his foot when he made it over to her but he shook his head and brushed her off although I could tell he was pleased. George could be a drama queen. George took the lead—only climbing to the lower ledge that was about four feet above the water.

Not unpleasant, just not flowery. Would he really go for Miriam? Or she for him? ” “I’m surprised, that’s all. Finn was acting a little…” I waved a hand in front of my face. ” She looked bored at the mention of Finn’s mood. ” “Jogging,” I said and pointed in the direction of the driveway. Miriam pursed her lips and looked up at the sky. “Let’s go get the George. ” The George? I liked that. It made him sound important. Out of earshot of Miriam I would refer to my brother as the George. I rose slowly and Miriam followed me back into the house.

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