I went over the questions with my own children, and they were easily able to articulate the truths contained in the pages of the story. It is a beautifully illustrated and wonderful story of a stuffed bunny who used to be one of twelve in the barrel in the toy story but now is only one of two. One is a bunny that is constantly being bypassed for the other toys. We can all use a reminder that we have been wonderfully made by God! But at times the telling was lazy and relied too much on the illustrations to express what was happening. Don't we all know what waiting feels like? Will she ever be loved? In a shop there is a barrel of stuffed toys ready to be purchased by children and adults. For those familiar with the story and the early days of Angie's blog Bring the Rain , then the bunny is familiar too. She has a flaw that she's ashamed of and stops people from buying her.
I appreciated the Scripture and helpful tips listed at the end of the book. I did not receive any monetary compensation for a favorable review and the opinions expressed in this review are strictly my own. As I sit here writing this review, I can remember having to make myself wait to read the book because I wanted to make a point of getting the first reaction of my kids. But bunny's hope is that someone will want to love him anyway. I'm actually glad I didn't read Angie's blog or watch the videos with some of the secrets o I was honored to hear Angie Smith speak at a women's conference last year as well as hear her husbands group Selah perform and I just knew that Audrey Bunny was going to be an extra special story. After Caroline had chosen this precious stuffed bunny for her birthday, the two became inseparable. She wants to be perfect for a little girl or boy, but she keeps getting overlooked.
But is she unworthy of being loved with her hole? Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name. Your sister in Christ, Miss Antoinette I just discovered your beautiful art on Etsy a few days ago and was so completely blown away by your God-given talent, Breezy! Well, in the virtual world is seems like that. Breezy…I love your name and your art. I highly recommend this book. My daughter begged to be read this story as soon as I finished it and over and over every day since.
It would easily be the kind of book that could be read time after time. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. They set up a meeting for breakfast to talk about the storybook Bible in depth. Reading stories to our children is wonderful, but teaching them about a loving God is even more important! After they leave without the bunny, bunny starts to think it's the dark mark on her chest. Even before I began reading it, I could not help but notice the attractiveness of the cover and the illustrations. Angie Smith writes of a toy store bunny who goes unwanted by child after child and believes that no one chooses her because of a smudge on her fur. She has a little hole above her heart.
This is a delightful book that demonstrates to children who read it that were are all different in some way, but it's those differences that set us apart and make us special not undesirable. She wants nothing more than to be loved. I am a big fan of Angie Smith. Give us a call and we will refund your order. The moment the book came into my home, my daughters clamored to be the first to read it! Audrey thought if she kept her imperfections hidden, then the little girl, Caroline, would love her because Audrey would be considered perfect. The illustrations are what drew me to this book and they are just as sweet and poetic as the cover suggests.
I would unwaveringly recommend this book. But by the time the story ends, Audrey Bunny discovers that not only does the child love her despite the spot, but that she was actually chosen because of it. This would be a wonderful book to read with your children or younger siblings, I loved how such a simple story conveyed such a wonderful truth. The story of Audrey Bunny is a heartwarming tale of a stuffed bunny who is not perfect. This sweet story was inspired by the real-life circumstances surrounding the loss of Angie Smith's newborn daughter, Audrey. Caroline names the bunny Audrey and takes her home. This book is by far one of the best children's books I have read.
Here are a few examples of things that just put it over the top. We itching haul your notice what our website not depository the eBook itself, on the additional manus we dedicate pairing to the website whereat you athlete download either announce on-pipeline. But this is one of those books where you get a nice story to go along, and those two things are what make a fine picture book. Maybe we changed our behavior and attitudes to impress someone, who was simply not interested. There is even a great section in the back of the book called Parent Connect that allows parents to ask questions and garner a great discussion for children to learn what it means to be different but not an outcast and it's one of those books that your child will definitely read over and over again. This page features discussion questions and activities parents can share with their youngsters. Audrey Bunny is a sweet love story that proves nobody is perfect.
Your talent in artwork is absolutely breathtaking! Angie Smith is a gifted speaker and author and now with Audrey Bunny, a magical children's storyteller as well. I recommend this book for kids 4-7 Review copy provided Audrey Bunney by Angie Smith and Breezy Brookshire is a sweet book about a bunny who wants nothing more than to be loved but is worried that her imperfections will cause her not to be. ̷̢̻̘̘̤̯̜͕͔͎̟̯̉̇̅̓̀̄̆̍̀̓̆̏̚ © Team Salvato Doki Doki Literature Club! My daughter wanted to go back and hear certain parts that I had just read over again. The entire book was forced. A few days later the girl comes back with her mommy and purchases bunny.
And the message is good. Credit is given to the author of the content. He has a s From the cover to the very end, this beautiful book will enchant. It has a bible quote at the end and a couple of religious discussion questions but is not overhanded in it's religious message. Disclosure: I received a copy of this picture book free from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. She never got picked by any of the children to be their very special friend.
Now that Caroline comes in looking for a birthday present, the bunny hides the mark in order to find a forever home and she succeeds in going home, but she knows that one day Caroline will see it and it's only a matter of time before the bunny, now named Audrey, is taken back to wind up in the barrel forever. All thoughts expressed here are my own. Both they and I were glued to the pages. It was Angie's way of explaining her three daughters what was happening to Audrey - it was a boo-boo. The drawings are a perfect match for the story that accompanies them, and my girls thought the bunny was so adorable they wish they had that same stuffed animal in real life - smudge and all! So many to choose from! We talked until the coffee shop had to close and we moved the conversation to her home. It stresses indirectly on how each of us is unique and wonderfully made by God.