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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Little Bunny wants more animals for his barn. His Mommy tells him to tidy up the place. One of the pieces in his puzzle is missing and Mommy tells Little Bunny to pick up all the pieces so that he can find it. He wants to know where his favorite books are and his Mommy advises him to pick up the books so that he will be able to find them. Little Bunny cannot find his car and his Mommy tells him if he cleans up the place he won't lose his toys or trip or hurt himself. Let's read Clean Up by Dianne Miller to see whether Little Bunny will clean up his room and find his lost toys?
Clean Up (Little Bunny series) by Dianne Miller is an engaging story for youngsters and will help them understand the importance of cleaning up their room and keeping their books in order. It is also a good book to familiarize kids with the words pick up, clean up, and tidy up so that they know what has to be done while arranging their room to keep it neat. The illustrations breathe life into the story and characters and young readers will love the portrayal of Little Bunny's character. It is a good bedtime storybook for parents and grandparents to read out to kids and grandkids, just like the rest of the books in this series. Little Bunny and his Mommy make cleaning look simple and fun as they clean up their house together so that Mommy can find the things she needs.