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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Little Bunny was bored and his mother suggested he go and find a playmate. He thought he could play with Big Bunny but the latter thought he was too small. Little Bunny went to another Bunny who did not want to play with him because he was playing with someone else and did not want to include Little Bunny. Finally, he found a Bunny who was ready to play with him. Little Bunny was sad when it was time for his playmate to go home. He wanted a friend and his mother gave him good advice; that he was his own best friend. From that day Little Bunny started playing by himself and then a small Bunny came and asked whether he could join Little Bunny. The small Bunny and Little Bunny became friends.
Best Friend (Little Bunny Series) by Dianne Miller is an entertaining, engaging, and comforting story that will motivate children to imagine and have their own ideas while playing. Little Bunny playing with small Bunny will also make them creative and try out novel ideas while playing. The illustrations are wonderful and they make the story vivid and breathe life into the characters. The Little Bunny Series is a good collection to have at home where there are small children because it will guide parents on how to introduce their kids to new thoughts, ideas, concepts, and life lessons without being too preachy and boring. It is a good collection to have in school and public libraries for children to learn new concepts in a fun and interactive way.