Reviews by adimarzo
I'm amazed at how Mo Willems can infuse so much expression into his pigeon with relatively simple line drawings.
I enjoyed this third installment of the Knuffle Bunny series the best of all of the books. Trixie travels to Holland with her family to visit her grandparents. As usual, knuffle bunny gets lost and the book shows how Trixie deals with the loss and disappointment. I love the international aspects, the illustrations of children in other countries and the ultimate resolution. I teared up at the note to Trixie at the end.
This is the sequel to the original Knuffle Bunny story. Trixie is school-aged now, brings her beloved knuffle bunny for show and tell and discovers that someone else has the same bunny. As with the first book, Mo Willems lays his whimsical illustrations on top of black and white photographs of Trixie's school, home and other locations in the story.
The story of Trixie's lost knuffle bunny is charming but what I love about the "Knuffle Bunny" books is the illustrations. Mo Willems lays his whimsical illustrations on top of black and white photographs of the neighborhood and locations in the story.
"Sheep in a Shop" is the follow up to "Sheep in a Jeep." The sheep are at it again, this time looking for a birthday present. Wonderful illustrations and simple rhyming which is easy to read and follow along with.