Knuffle Bunny

Knuffle Bunny

A Cautionary Tale

Book - 2004
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Little Trixie has not learned to speak words yet, but one day she accompanies her daddy to the laundromat carrying her little stuffed animal Knuffle Bunny. But on the way home Knuffle Bunny comes up missing so daddy and Trixie return to the laundromat where Trixie excitedly speaks her first words.
Publisher: New York : Hyperion Books for Children, [2004]
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780786818709
Characteristics: 34 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 24 x 32 cm
Study Program: Reading Counts RC K-2 1 1 Quiz: 35531 Guided reading level: K.
Accelerated Reader AR LG 1.6 0.5 82297.
Reading Counts RC 1.0 1.0 35531.
Accelerated Reader AR-ATOS LG 1.6 0.5 82297.


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Toddler Trixie goes to the laundromat, making this the second book that I think of whenever I visit one. (Corduroy's Pocket is the first). What will she do when her Knuffle Bunny accidentally stays there?

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Dec 22, 2016

Another wonderful Mo Willems book to read aloud. The littles love hearing adults try out the nonsense language in this story ("Aggleflaggleklabble!") -- this will become an instant favorite that you will read again and again!

Jun 18, 2016

My children are age 3 and 6, and we finally read Mo Willem's Knuffle Bunny for the first time. (I am not sure how we neglected this for so many years!) The illustration method is original and refreshing: sepia-toned photos of Brooklyn with hand-drawn collage "cartoon-style" characters collaged on top. The story is nearly universal. A little girl loses her beloved stuffed-animal, and her parents recover it. Think: A Pocket for Courdory. But layered sweetly with language development and a good old-fashioned "boneless" (seemlingly irrational) tantrum on the street, it is a sweet statement about language development, communication and toddlerhood. When you close the book, you will turn to your spouse and reminisce about that time you forgot your child's "lovie" at the daycare over the weekend.

Feb 03, 2016

My children loved reading this book over and over. Its about a child and his love for his stuffed bunny toy.

vpl_childrens Dec 15, 2015

After Trixie and daddy leave the laundromat, something very important turns up missing. Themes - Toys, Laundry

pursecilla Jun 12, 2014

Such a cute book for all ages.

Aug 01, 2013

I really like that book. It was a really funny book and it made me laugh a lot.

ChristchurchLib May 28, 2013

Any child - or parent - who has lost a much-loved comfort object will relate to the characters in this modern classic by award-winning author/illustrator Mo Willems. When tiny Trixie accidentally abandons her stuffed bunny at the laundromat, she frantically tries to tell her Daddy, but her garbled attempts at speech ("aggle flaggle klabble!”) fail, ramping up to an all-out, wild-eyed, crying-and-going-limp fit. The wonderfully expressive lines of Willems’ characteristic stylised cartoons complement the story perfectly, communicating Trixie’s distress with hilarious, heartrending clarity. Check out the further adventures of Trixie and Knuffle Bunny in Knuffle Bunny Too and Knuffle Bunny Free.

May 2013 Picture books newsletter.

Feb 27, 2013

jr. loves Trixie's 'nonsense' words. Aggle Flaggle Klabble etc. Really loved the dvd too.

YogiMumma Jun 28, 2012

Not as good as Knuffle Bunny: Too. But kids liked.

Sep 16, 2011

Its a great book for kids. The illustrations are funny and the story is cute.

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Aug 04, 2015

yellow_rabbit_396 thinks this title is suitable for 1 years and over

Dec 22, 2014

mkarki thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 1

Mar 04, 2014

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donyouth16 Jul 14, 2017

A girl loses her stuffed animal. She freaks out. Hilarity ensues. Her father finds it again.


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May 22, 2009

Aggle Flaggle Klabble!


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