Henry & the Buccaneer Bunnies Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-05 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 31 user ratings

" One of my second grade classes (I'm an instructional aide) heard this in the library last week. I loved the pictures, the clever writing, and most importantly the emphasis that books are important. So I bought it for my great-nephew. " said.

" Henry's father is a pirate and he wants Henry to follow in his footsteps but Henry wants to read. I love Henry. He is going to follow his own path. The illustrations are great. Check out the mice! " said.

" Cute, but more wordy than it needed to be. Also, I found myself explaining that while books do give you a treasure trove of information, it takes more than reading skills to build a two-story home using nothing but coconuts and palm fronds. " said.

" Henry loves books. Unfortunately his pirate captain father would rather he take up sword fighting and treasure hunting. Henry is made to swab the decks and put up with endless teasing about his book. That is until the pirate crew finds themselves marooned and Henry's book-reading begins to come in handy. This is a playful, adventurous, adorable read with a great message. " said.

" Black Ear has had enough of his book loving son Henry, who reads Rabbitson Crusoe while cleaning the deck. After the Salty Carrot ship is destroyed in a sea storm, Henry and the crew survive by floating on the chests that carries his books. Black Ear is proud of Henry for using the knowledge in books to start their new island and sees the importance of books. The artwork is impressive! " said.

" Sign me up to serve on this rollicking pirate adventure. Henry is my type of pirate. He is a bunny who would rather read than play with than find treasure than trim the sails, etc.It is up to Henry to save the day when a storm maroons the crew on a deserted island. Great fun! " said.

" Barnacle Black Ear, a Buccaneer Bunny, is pirate captain of the Salty Carrot pirate ship. He loves his pirate life. His only complaint? His son, Henry. Henry isn't interested in the pirating lifestyle. He just wants to read his books. He is ridiculed by the other pirate bunnies until they find themselves marooned on an island and are only able to survive by Henry's knowledge from books! " said.

" Asked Casey, a librarian I work with, what her favorite book having to do with the library is to read to grade school kids. Off she went and pulled this gem from the shelf. Although it doesn't take place in or around a library, it has to do with a reader who loves books. Not to spoil it, but the bunny who LOVEs to read saves the day! " said.

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