Book Review: “Ninja Bunny” by Jennifer Gray Olson

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This wonderfully illustrated book encourages a conversation about working together and the importance of friends through a fun little bunny character that wants to be a ninja. We really enjoyed the way it is written (including the font) and filling in some of the details by talking about the pictures on each page. I would recommend this book for 2-5 year olds.

 

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About Ninja Bunny

This little bunny is ready to embark on the path toward becoming a super awesome ninja. He does what any bunny would do: follows a step-by-step guide in order to become the BEST ninja bunny that ever lived. First, he must learn to work alone and to be super sneaky, strong, and speedy; and most importantly, he must be able to battle anyone, anywhere, anytime. Then the little ninja faces his biggest challenge yet: a big brown bear. What’s a bunny-in-training to do?

 

JenniferGrayOlsonbyHeatherAndersonatTendershootzphotograghyAbout Jennifer Gray Olson

Jennifer Gray Olson is a graduate of California State University, Fullerton, where she earned her bachelor of arts degree in art education. She is a glassblower and sculptor. In addition to writing and illustrating, Jennifer is also the co-coordinator of the SCBWI Orange /Riverside/San Bernardino illustrators’ schmooze. She lives in Southern California with her husband, two boys, and baby girl. Learn more about Jennifer and view her illustrations at JenniferGrayOlson.com.

 

 

 


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