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Reviewed by Jacqueline Ruiz for Readers' Favorite
This book, written by Gretta Parker, brought a tear to my eye and a knot in my throat as I read the last few pages out loud. Parker dedicates this book to her bunny, Flopsy, and goes into detail on how Flopsy changed her life and other peoples’ as well. From the moment they saw each other Parker was drawn to Flopsy. We have all heard of people who make Facebook pages for their dogs and cats, but Parker made one for Flopsy! The bunny inspired her to form a non-profit company based on adopting bunnies. She also inspired her to do many other things. You will say after finishing the book that Flopsy was more than just a pet; hhe was Parker’s son.
This type of inspiration is wonderful. I think that when you care about something so much, you will want to do all you can to let the world know how much you love this person or, in the case of Parker, animal. There are so many things in this world to inspire us. For example, I am inspired by the beautiful country of Ecuador. This country makes me want to write numerous stories about it and about my family that lives here. Parker also recounts the passing of Flopsy. It is always sad when someone considered part of the family dies, but I think that what made this story more heart-wrenching was the fact that the whole story was written from Flopsy’s point of view. That means we are in Flopsy’s head when he starts to get tired and finally never wakes up. But, there is a silver lining here. From Heaven, Flopsy becomes the Angel of Bunny Adoptions.