Bunjitsu Bunny vs. Bunjitsu Bunny Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-07-21 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" Another cute addition to this series, though the endings of these didn’t the same feel as the other books. The previous books had stronger morals to the stories. " said.

" I like the bunjitsu pledge in the back. Overall, it has some great lessons for kids. Good early reading for grade one and two. " said.

" In this great beginning chapter book, reminiscent of Frog and Toad, Isabel who is the best bunjitsu artist in her class faces her fears, makes friends, and learns a new lesson in each new chapter by following the bunjitsu rules. Reviewer 11 " said.

" Another great book about this very talented little bunny. She is so smart and wise and truly spreads lessons to her friends as she learns the ways of being a bunjitsu bunny. Great book with many wise lessons. " said.

" Bunjitsu Bunny vs Bunjitsu Bunny is a sweet early chapter book about a sweet Bunny Isabel with mad ninja skills. But can she beat herself?? Life lessons hidden within the chapters, 1-3rd graders will enjoy the illustrations and action. " said.

" *I received a free review copy of this book from the publisher through my district library services*This beginning chapter book has an attractive cover and is more of a series of short stories than a true chapter book. This is a good choice for reluctant readers, or any reader looking for a fun and humorous book. " said.

"A collection of short stories about Bunjitsu Bunny and her friends.

Most of the Bunjitsu Bunny stories have a moral making them read like fables. The first couple of stories in this didn't read quite like that though, for the first time in the series. They just kind of read like adventures of Bunjitsu Bunny and friends. The rest of the stories did have a moral of some kind. Not my favorite book in the series, but it isn't bad, that just means it isn't amazing like the others have been.

Notes on content: No language issues or sexual content. One martial arts match up, which ends with a reminder that it is better to avoid a fight.
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"Thirteen very short stories that also contain illustrations follow Isabel, the Bunjitsu Bunny, as she shows that patience is its own reward and just might result in an enormous carrot, engages in a physical fight with herself, makes her friends' wishes come true, learns that a gentle push is sometimes more effective than a fierce punch, and brings a snowy owl back home to its babies. Although there is plenty of action and humor in this book, as is the case with the previous three books in the series, this is also quite a lot of philosophy and some important life lessons. All of us have much to learn from this bunny who is not only adept at martial arts but living life in the right way. " said.

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