Bruh Rabbit And The Tar Baby Girl Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2016-05-05 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 6 user ratings

"This book is an interesting twist on an old story. Bruh Rabbit gets into Bruh Wolf's well-tended garden and eats his corn and peanuts. Bruh Wolf makes a "scarey-crow' in hopes that will keep Bruh Rabbit out. Bruh Rabbit comes back still. The next step Bruh Wolf takes is to make a tar baby girl. When Bruh Rabbit see the tar baby girl he gets mad because it will not speak to him. He ends up hitting her, kicking her and trying to bite her. Of course he gets stuck to the tar baby girl in the process! Bruh Wolf comes alos ang tries to get him. Bruh Rabbit tricks himself out of the situation by begging not to be thrown into the briar patch. Bruh Wolf falls for the trick and throws him in but Rabbit really loves it there! Fooled again!
It has extraordinary illustrations that would captivate the attention of any child, even ones with short attention spans.
I would recommed this book for kids ages 5-8. They will enjoy the story read aloud or to read silently to themselves
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"The illustrations in this book are beautiful. It is a wonderful tale for Brer Rabbit fans. My second grader read it on her own. A bonus: there is an AR test for it!" said.

"I purchased this book a couple of weeks ago, and I'm so glad I did. Reading this book is so much fun (if you get into the characters)! And my daughter absolutely enjoyed the story! I have another Brer Rabbit book that I sometimes read to my daughter, but it is nowhere near as entertaining. My daughter has even asked me to "Read it again!" after the first read; it is THAT much fun. But when you read it aloud (how else would you read it), it is imperative to actually get into the character-speak, otherwise, you might miss it." said.

"This was a present and the three year old child loves the story. The pictures are great. The seller is highly recommended. The book arrived quickly, in good condition and the shipping charges were reasonable." said.

"What a great book that reminded me of my childhood summers spent in the western part of Tennessee. My dad's home there made this tale believeable for me as a child of the 50s." said.

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