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Reddit mentions of Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale

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Reddit mentions: 6

We found 6 Reddit mentions of Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale. Here are the top ones.

Autographed and Doodled by the author, Mo Willems. Personally signed by Mo Willems with a drawing of a Knuffle Bunny head directly on the title page. Hardcover

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Found 6 comments on Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale:

u/HornyVervet · 3 pointsr/AskReddit

Some of our favorites:

The Rainbow Goblins

The Knuffle Bunny Trilogy

City Dog, Country Frog

Short and sweet Angela Johnson Books

Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me

Night Shift Daddy

If I Were a Lion

As well as countless other staples that you'll surely receive as gifts (Goodnight Moon, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Are You My Mother?, Dr. Seuss, etc..).

But really, just read to your kid and he/she will learn to love books. Sometimes my daughter gets hung up on the dumbest books in history but I have fun with it. Like the Biscuit books for instance which you can read while thinking about other things. Another that comes to mind is this one which I've grown to love:

[I Love Colors] (http://www.amazon.com/Love-Colors-Hello-Reader-Level/dp/0439192889)

u/UnhelpfulProtagonist · 3 pointsr/Parenting

My daughter is the same age as your little one. The book that has caused the most reading development is Poke-A-Dot - The interactive really helps with learning and it has several layers of challenge so you can be flexible and keep it at their level.



For narrative nothing beats Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale but I just love everything by Mo Williams.

u/salarkin · 2 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

This suggestion might not be good for a few years, but I would suggest buying them now anyways since they are no longer in print.

[Meridian](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meridian_(comics) was (and still is) one of my favorite comic book series growing up (despite it being short lived). The series is written around the main character, Sephie, and documents her travels and experiences as the Minister of Meridian. The art style is gorgeous and I greatly enjoyed the storyline. While its unfortunate that there are only seven volumes, it makes it much less expensive to purchase the entire series. I now own them all and they are some of my favorite books to read whenever I am feeling down.

As for books appropriate for her age now, one of my favorites to read to the children I used to work with was Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale. The art style is super unique and combines photographs as the background scenery, and the foreground has been illustrated. There are three books total in the series (so far) and I recently purchased all three for my friends baby shower. As an adult, these books are especially enjoyable for me to read, and they always seemed to captivate my 3-5 year old audience.

u/MunsterDeLag · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Tomorrow is bitter sweet: on the one hand, I don't have to get up for work; on the other, I don't get to see my work kids, as I call them. I consciously had to remember to turn off my alarm for tomorrow; it is set for weekdays only.

For my work kids, I offer a copy of Knuffle Bunny used. I recently borrowed this from the library and my kids loved it. Sadly, it is due back soon after renewing it already. I would like a copy for the kids to look at and "read" themselves. (They are 3 to 5 years of age.)

Five Alive

u/SpazMcMan · 1 pointr/pics

Reminds me of Knuffle Bunny