Knuffle Bunny Free: An Unexpected Diversion Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-01-11 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 207 user ratings

"I was once again taken in by the crazy story of Knuffle Bunny. I loved seeing the progression of Tracy and her very beloved friend. This story was even more zany and far-fetched than the previous two books, but I still wanted to know what the outcome would be. I wasn't surprised by the ending or anything, but the last couple of pages were by far the most sentimental. They were depressingly good. I just love Mo Willems. I would recommend this book.

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"I'm a HUGE fan of the first two Knuffle Bunny books. This one was maybe too crowded, with small photos and too many specifics... not as memorable and iconic feeling as the others. Maybe like Willems tried to put too much from reality in it- I don't hold it against him, knowing this is the last installment of a very personal story for him, but it lacked the universal, simple charm of the previous books. And the same-seat-on-the-plane-a-week-later coincidence was just a bit hard to swallow :) That said, however, the look on Trixie's face for the middle section of the book is emotional perfection and definitely makes up for what else the book lacks." said.

"Whenever a new Mo Willems book arrives, I can't help but read it right away while I process it. Knuffle Bunny Free continues the wonderfully tradition that Willems began in the previous Knuffle Bunny installments. This time, though, we see young Trudy a little more grown up as she visits her grandparents in Europe. Her age reflects a bit more maturity, which young readers will admire. The pictures are as brilliant as ever, juxtaposing colorful, expressive characters against black and white photograph backgrounds. It should go without saying that this Willems book is highly recommended for families." said.

" So, I’m standing in BN with tears in my eyes. I do love Mo Willems. " said.

" entertaining read, and the epilogue made me damn cry. being a dad has made me soft(er) " said.

" Loved it and I loved how much O related to the book since he has an Oma and Opa in holland too! " said.

" My children love Knuffle Bunny. Mo Willems is one of my favorite children's author to read aloud. " said.

" How is it a children's picture book series can pack such an emotional punch? Seeing Trixie grow with each installment, meeting milestones through experiences with her precious Knuffle Bunny, has made her as real as Ramona Quimby or Eloise. And as sweet and significant and, yes, unexpected as the ending was, what choked me up was author Mo Willems' letter to his Trixie. Cue tears. " said.

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