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Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity

Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity

Écrit par Mo Willems

Raconté par Mo Willems et Trixie Willems


Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity

Écrit par Mo Willems

Raconté par Mo Willems et Trixie Willems

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4.5/5 (70 évaluations)
Longueur:
9 minutes
Sortie:
Jan 1, 2009
ISBN:
9780545551007
Format:
Livre audio

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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.
Sortie:
Jan 1, 2009
ISBN:
9780545551007
Format:
Livre audio


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  • (5/5)
    I enjoyed this Knuffle Bunny much more than the first one. I found the photography much most engaging, as well as the story. I loved that as first the girls were not friends because of the bunnies but than found a way to appreciate that they both loved the same thing. Willems does an amazing job with the art of this series and keeping the books visually appealing, as well as being a cute story and in the end having Trixie found a best friend. Someone who truly understood her and her Kuh-nuffle Bunny.
  • (4/5)
    Great follow up! We learned we've been pronouncing Knuffle "wrong" all these years. Trixie is growing and still learning, with K-nuffle bunny still at her side.
  • (5/5)
    Summary: Trixie takes her knuffle bunny for show and tell only to find that another student has the same bunny. Both girls insist their bunny is the true and best one and this leads to the teacher having to take away their bunnies to keep the peace. The girls return home only and don't realize the bunnies are switched till late in the night. This leads to a hilarious exchange and a new found friendship. Personal reaction: I really enjoyed this book. The story is funny, teaches a lesson, and is definitely something a young reader can relate to or understand. My favorite part is the exchange of the bunnies and how the illustrator drew the parents. Extension Classroom: Discussion: After reading to the class have a discussion about the meaning of the story. What do you think both girls learned? Follow up with a game. Bingo: Three columns: Tell adult, Talk to them, Ignore. Have strips with common classroom and home situations already printed on strips and allow students to write their own problem on a strip. Each student records the strips pulled one by one from the jar in the correct category. Finish with group discussion on how to handle the "Talk to them" situations recorded. What would you say to them? Do you sound mean? Is there a better way? Refer to this lesson often. Have students record their problems brought to you on strips to discuss later.
  • (4/5)
    Another cute Knuffle Bunny story by Mo Willems! This time, Trixie brings her Knuffle Bunny to Pre-K only to find out that one of her classmates has one just like hers! They end up accidentally swapping Knuffle Bunnies and realize it only much later in the evening. The parents end up having to meet up very late that night to switch since their daughters are unable to sleep. I just found out via another review that Willems and Jacqueline Woodson's children are friends, so I'm fairly certain this story is about Woodson's daughter, too.
  • (4/5)
    A fun and funny continuation of the adventures of Trixie and Knuffle Bunny. While Mo Willems pleases as usual, this sequel is just a smidgeon below the original. Part of what made Knuffle Bunny so great was Willems' fabulous depiction of Trixie's frustration at not being able to communicate effectively and now that Trixie can talk that extra oomph just seems to be missing. Still, miles above most of the fare available.
  • (5/5)
    Mo Willems writes a adorable story about making friends. The illustrations are amazing!
  • (4/5)
    Loved this book, especially the pictures! Mixed media is done right in this books with animated figures overlaid on real photographs. the story is cute, she takes her special bunny to school thinking it is one of a kind, but comes to find out that she and knuffle bunny are not alone!
  • (4/5)
    Just can't get enough of Knuffle Bunny! The pictures are amazing.
  • (5/5)
    While the pre-k group I read to loved the first book in the "Knuffle Bunny" series this book they related the most to. A couple of them have similar rest time blankets and pillow pets. They completely understood the horror of someone thinking your rest time buddy was theirs. We were able to discuss how you can handle it if someone thinks your toy is their own and if someone takes it how you can respond. This book did a great job using humor to teach a life lesson.
  • (4/5)
    Trixie is a small girl who takes her unique, one of a kind Knuffle Bunny to school one day, only to find out he is not so unique. This book is a cute book that I think children can easy enjoy and identify with. The art in this book very unique and is something to pay attention to in this book.
  • (5/5)
    Summary:This book follows up with Trixie after she's older, and she is taking knuffle bunny to show and tell. She is upset when another girl has the same knuffle bunny.They don't like each other. The bunnies gets mixed up, but the girls don't realize it til late that night. The dads switch out the bunnies and the girl realize they have a lot in common and become best friends. Personal Reaction:I loved the first book, so I definately love this one too. I love the illustrations, and how he has real pictures along with drawings. Classroom Extensions:1. Have students mimick the pictres with magazines and construction paper. 2. Have a show and tell like in the book.3. Discuss how you can become friends with someone you might not think you like.
  • (5/5)
    This is a fun book that I love as a pre-k teacher, as so much of the action happens in a pre-k room, and Willems is right on in his depiction of the lives and dramas of pre-k students! In this book, Trixie brings her special bunny to school only to see that another girl also has the same bunny. They fight all day over it until the teacher takes them both away. They are returned later, but in the middle of the night trixe realized she took home the wrong bunny. They do a late night rendezvous, and the girls become best friends.
  • (5/5)
    I enjoyed this book as much as the first book of this story. The child has grown and still loves her beloved stuffed bunny rabbit. She takes the bunny to school and finds out that another girl in the class has the same bunny. The other bunny and her bunny get mixed up by the teacher. The bunny is recognized as the wrong one and the parents awake in the night and plan to meet in the middle of the night to exchange bunnies. By the end of the story the two girls are best friends.One major factor I enjoyed about this book is that the illustrator uses real life backdrops for each scene and places cartoon drawn images in each frame. Made it more realistic and fun!! Great read for all ages.
  • (5/5)
    This tale of Trixie and her Knuffle bunny mix-up at pre-school had me chuckling, especially when dads had to meet in the middle of the night to exchange the bunnies, and the first thing the girls say at school the next day is, "Do you want to play with my Knuffle Bunny?" The black-and-white photographs of New York City and the pre-school classroom make a great background for the cartoonish simple line drawings of the characters. With layers of humor, this is a book that both parents and children can find entertaining!
  • (5/5)
    Part of the Mo Willems' wonderful "Knuffle Bunny" series and a Caldecott Honor book. The illustrations are very effectively superimposed on real black-and-white photographs. This is an excellent vocabulary builder and includes words like mistaken, identity, one-of-a-kind, suddenly, devoured, realized, arrangements, exchange and neighborhood.
  • (3/5)
    I was more enamored with the blend of photograghy and cartoon images then the text.
  • (3/5)
    Summary: This book is about two little girls who both have their own Knuffle Bunny. Trixie was the main character and was very excited to show off her Knuffle Bunny ar Pre-K. When she gets there, she sees Sonja who has the same one of a kind bunny. The girls argue and both bunnies are taken away. The girls get their bunny back at recess and go home for the day. At 2:00 AM Trixie realizes the Knuffle Bunny she has is not hers, It is Sonja's. Trixie wakes up her dad and arrangements are made to exchange the bunnies. The bunnies are exchanged and the girls go to bed. The next day both girls talk to one another when they say at the same time "I'm gald you got your bunny back." After that, the girls become best friends.Personal reaction:I enjoy this book because children can really relate to it. Most children have a stuff animal or blanket that they hold on too for a while. They want to bring it everywhere. It also shows how the two girls become best friends even though they have the same toy. Extension Ideas:I would have the children write about an item that is very special to them and why.I would have the children introduce their best friend and tell everyone how they met.
  • (4/5)
    Another cute Knuffle Bunny story! Trixie is now in school and can't wait to bring Knuffle Bunny to her class! When she gets there, she sees there is another girl who has the same stuffed animal! Both animals get taken away during the day and when Trixie finally brings hers home she realizes they have been mixed up! This book has wonderful illustrations that kids and adults will enjoy!
  • (5/5)
    Trixie switches her Knuffle Bunny with a girl in her classes Knuffle Bunny, a midnight switch is necessary. Love the line "We have your Bunny".
  • (5/5)
    In this sequel to "Knuffle Bunny" a case of mistaken identity leads to high drama. As powerful and moving as the original, "Knuffle Bunny Too" is a must read.
  • (5/5)
    The book as pictures with cartoon characters in the foreground. I really liked this art form. The characters and setting integrated nicely together.
  • (5/5)
    The sequel to Knuffle Bunny. Story about friendship and sharing.
  • (2/5)
    A story about a young girl who loses her bunny, a modernism book
  • (5/5)
    Knuffle Bunny Too is a fantastic read aloud picture book for 10+month to 5+year old. Trixie and Sonja get off to a bad start at school, when they both realize they have the same stuff animal. After squabbles and bunnies put away, school ends and the wrong bunnies are given to the wrong owners. Once the girls realize they do not have their bunny, everyone is awakened. Parents call each other at 2:30am to exchange bunnies so everyone can go back to sleep. Every child and parent will connect to this very humorous touching story. Friendships build from upsetting moments and major battles eventually fade away, Trixie and Sonja will leave a smile on the readers face. The illustration is powerful. Photography (sepia photos) for background with the cartoon art figures superimposed definitely brings the story to a genuine present day connection.
  • (4/5)
    Really, if you've read and liked the first, you'll probably like this one too.I just have a single qualm about it. The layout of the first few pages makes it hard to read - I'm not sure where to break in with Trixie's chatter, that sort of thing.And the midnight switching of the bunnies is a little contrived-looking.But all that aside, it's (almost) as great as the original.
  • (5/5)
    Great read aloud book. Would be a good example for middle and high school students, of art technique in placing drawings atop of real pictures.
  • (4/5)
    This sequel to Mo Willems' popular book "Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale" is a wonderful realistic fiction story that tells the story of one little girl, Trixie's, experience in realizing that her stuffed animal is not one-of-a-kind. Much drama then ensues when her bunny gets mixed up with another girl's bunny at school. This story will have adults and children laughing and smiling. It is also one that children will be able to relate too, because like Trixie, many children have favored possessions that they would be lost without. In this story, the heroic father steps in and saves Trixie's day by getting her Knuffle Bunny returned to her. For many children, this scenario will hopefully give them hope that their parent/guardian would do the very same thing. In addition, this book sheds a positive light on fatherhood and engages dads in literacy with their children.
  • (5/5)
    What a pleasant surprise! The pictures are different, the story read a little differently, and the whole books is just a little. . .different from your average children's book. I think younger kids would like the story, but older kids would get more of the humor.
  • (4/5)
    The sequel to the Knuffle Bunny book, finds Trixie in a desperate mix up and her harried dad trying to right it once again.
  • (4/5)
    This book is about a little girl who is taking her stuffed bunny to school to show her friends. She thinks her bunny is one of a kind but when she shows up, another little gir has the exact same bunny. The two girls fight about the bunnys and the teacher takes them both away. She gives them back at the end of the day but when the little girls go to sleep at night they realize that it isn't their bunnies. Their fathers race them across town to switch rabbits at 2:30 in the morning. The next day at school, the girls are best friends.This is a cute book with some unique pictures. The pictures are a conbination of realistic and cartoon. Being the mother of a nearly 6 month old, I found this book somewhat humerous and I can definately see this happening in the not so far off future.This book could be used in the classroom to teach friendship and sharing. It might also be fun to have the children bring their favorite stuffed animal or toy for show and tell along with this book.