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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Little Bunny is not feeling well. He tells his Mommy and she asks him if his tummy hurts. His head and tummy are hurting and Mommy decides to take him to the doctor. Mommy tells him he will be fine and there will be a lot of people at the doctor's place to take care of him. After filling out the forms, the nurse takes Little Bunny's height, weight, and temperature. After that Little Bunny meets the doctor and he checks Little Bunny's chest and looks inside his mouth and ears. The doctor prescribes medicine and Little Bunny and his Mommy pick it up from the pharmacist. Daddy brings dinner for them and he thinks Little Bunny's Mommy needs rest. He tells Little Bunny that they have to get medicine for Mommy and on their way back he answers Little Bunny's questions about everyone getting sick and whether they will get better. How does Little Bunny take care of his Mommy?
I'm Sick (Little Bunny Series) by Dianne Miller is an adorable book that introduces children to dealing with sickness. The author's voice is gentle, kind, and comforting and the illustrations in the story make it palpable to readers. The images give a good pace and fluidity to the scenes and bring the characters of Little Bunny, Mommy, Daddy, and others to life. Illustrations are always an integral part of children's books because they add color and life to a story, which makes it captivating to children. The Little Bunny Series is a good collection to have at home where there are small children and in school libraries, as it will introduce children to new concepts and teach them good things in a fun and entertaining way, thereby preparing them to face challenges in life.