Ninja Bunny: Sister vs. Brother

Ninja Bunny Sister vs Brother A hilarious new Ninja Bunny adventure featuring a humongous carrot sibling rivalry and a pair of ninjas who make a super awesome team Ninja Bunny has faced incredible danger He has demonstrated all

  • Title: Ninja Bunny: Sister vs. Brother
  • Author: Jennifer Gray Olson
  • ISBN: 9780399550751
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A hilarious new Ninja Bunny adventure featuring a humongous carrot, sibling rivalry, and a pair of ninjas who make a super awesome team Ninja Bunny has faced incredible danger He has demonstrated all the skills of a super awesome ninja impressive strength, amazing bravery, extreme sneakiness But when he embarks on a new mission to find the Golden Carrot of AwesomeA hilarious new Ninja Bunny adventure featuring a humongous carrot, sibling rivalry, and a pair of ninjas who make a super awesome team Ninja Bunny has faced incredible danger He has demonstrated all the skills of a super awesome ninja impressive strength, amazing bravery, extreme sneakiness But when he embarks on a new mission to find the Golden Carrot of Awesomeness, he meets his biggest challenge yet his annoying little sister She insists on tagging along, and she insists that she is a ninja bunny, too Not possible Will she ruin Ninja Bunny s chance at finding the world s largest carrot Or might she actually possess a few ninja skills of her own Praise for Ninja Bunny Sweetly humorous fun for readers working on their own hi yahs Publishers Weekly Gorgeous illustrations Ninja Bunny is sure to delight young warriors of all stripes New York Journal of Books

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    1. I really liked Olson's first Ninja Bunny book since the main character needs to read a book to learn how to be a good ninja. It also had a good universal theme about the need to work with others. It's the latter that comes back into play when the Ninja Bunny seeks to release an enormous carrot treasure while his younger sister who also had dreams of being a ninja bunny starts to tag along. The learning in this narrative story line doesn't come through reading but through hands on experience as w [...]

    2. Check out more picture book reviews @ Perspective of a Writer4.5 Stars rounded down because the story needed a touch more.Ninja Bunny stays swathed in secrecy to protect his ninja identity only now his little sister wants to tag along and be a ninja too! On a new mission to find the Golden Carrot of Awesomeness big brother doesn't want his little ninja bunny sister to cramp his ninja style. Almost as cute as Ninja Bunny I loved the sibling rivalry aspect of the story. The beginning felt a bit ru [...]

    3. Olson, Jennifer Gray. Ninja Bunny: Sister vs. Brother, PICTURE. Alfred A. Knopf, 2016. $16.99. Ninja Bunny is mounting a special operation to acquire the giant prize carrot from Mr. McGregor’s farm. His little sister wants to ninja along with him and he just doesn’t think she can cut it. Little does he know, that younger sisters sometimes surprise us by being the best ninjas available. The text is sparse, and consists mostly of the ninja siblings arguing about whether the sister can particip [...]

    4. The kids loved it because it's got ninjas, of course! I liked that it taught them that not only was it okay for a ninja to be a girl, but that sometimes being little is an advantage over being big. I only with that there had been a little more story telling instead of just allowing the siblings to argue.

    5. This is a cute book that captures one essence of a sibling relationship. With older brother determined little sister can't possibly be as good a ninja as he, she sets out to prove him wrong. In the end, being smaller has the better advantage.

    6. In this humorous follow-up to Ninja Bunny, even though the two siblings have brokered an uneasy peace between them, the brother ninja is still not convinced that his sister has what it takes to be a ninja and to go on missions. As he and several other bunnies decide to steal a prize-winning carrot from a local farmer, they find that their strength and special moves are useless. As it turns out, she's got the stealth skills or a ninja down pat and is able to slip into just the right place to get [...]

    7. The book is really cute, as a younger sister wants to join the Ninja Bunny adventures, but is deemed to be too small. Sometimes, smallness can be a power all its own, which, weirdly enough, is a point made in some Japanese traditional tales, so it fits with the ninja theme very nicely.Very cute, and the artwork is clever and clear.

    8. This sequel to Ninja Bunny isokay. The illustrations are well-designed with ink and watercolor, have a movement-laden dynamic quality and have some excellent fonts to contrast with said illustrations.The story, however, feels well-trodden in the route of sibling picturebooks, and while I applaud the "little can be just as good as big" message, it doesn't feel fresh here, despite the fact that a bunch of kids are sneaking away to steal a really big carrot.

    9. This is a sequel to the fun and fantastic “Ninja Bunny” and it doesn’t disappoint. Brother bunny believes he is the only true ninja bunny, but when his little sister decides to join the fun, all bets are off. While a big bunny can do all sorts of things that are difficult for the littler bunny it does not mean she is unable to do things he cannot. When a prize winning carrot is on the line, who will come out the winner? While the story is very predictable for adults children (especially yo [...]

    10. There isn't enough room for two ninja bunnies in the same family. A great tale of sibling rivalry that ends with cooperation.

    11. NINJA BUNNY: SISTER vs. BROTHEROh, that age-old mistake of big brothers underestimating their little sisters. BOY, do boys have a lot to learn, and this Ninja Bunny does :)

    12. I would pair this with Muncha! Muncha! Muncha! for a bunnies-outwit-farmers-and-get-the-vegetables storytime.

    13. Such a cute companion and a great reminder that even little bunnies can be big helpful ninjas!Full disclosure: I received this eARC through Edelweiss.

    14. Ninja Bunny is so much fun. With this new book, brother and sister argue over who is best. illustrations.

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