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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Opposites (Little Bunny Series) by Dianne Miller introduces children to the concept of opposites in an engaging and fun way. Little Bunny is watching his mother wipe the table with a wet sponge and he offers to dry the table. While Little Bunny's mommy is putting a cloth over the table, he is busy picking up the toys under the table. Little Bunny's mommy points towards the full trash can and he empties it. Little Bunny is very excited as he helps his mommy to clean the house and by the time he finishes cleaning the house with his mommy, young readers will learn about opposites along with Little Bunny.
Teaching children opposites and learning opposites can be challenging and the author makes it interactive and interesting through this book. Little Bunny's enthusiasm when it comes to helping his mommy is infectious and there can be no better way to introduce children to the concept of opposites than this. The illustrations are delightful and they give clarity to the author's concept.
Opposites (Little Bunny Series) by Dianne Miller is a good book for parents and tutors to introduce children to the world of opposites without making it boring because it is easy for children to understand and grasp a concept when explained with the help of illustrations, lovable characters, and a story. The other books in the series are as fun, interactive, and educational as this one and the entire series is a must-have in school libraries, public libraries, and homes where there are small children.