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Reviewed by Melinda Facal for Readers' Favorite
The Littlest Bunny is a delightful children’s book written and illustrated by Summer Jones. In this inspiring tale, readers follow along with four bunnies who are born in the winter and venture out into the world together in the spring. One of the rabbits is considerably smaller than the rest. Their mother warns them not to go too far into the forest because they may encounter a fox. All of the bunnies except for the littlest one are confident in their abilities to outrun or jump higher than any fox they may come across during their adventures. The littlest bunny is not as strong or fast as the others, but will her quick thinking be enough to save everyone from the potential dangers lurking in the woods? Gorgeous illustrations accompany this story and create lovely scenes.
The Littlest Bunny by Summer Jones shares a heartwarming message about the unique strengths and abilities of animals that can be applied to individuals as well. This uplifting story highlights the beauty of how differences are remarkable and have meaningful reasons for existing. The littlest bunny’s concerns over her small size cause her to question whether or not she can keep up with her siblings or possibly outrun a fox if necessary. These issues may spark valuable discussions about different abilities and how strengths can come in all shapes and sizes. Young readers will enjoy the adventures of the littlest bunny and her family and the reassuring message that each of us is created perfectly. This is a highly recommended read.