Honey Bunny Funnybunny

Written by Marilyn Sadler • Illustrated by Roger Bollen

Reviewed by Gaby C. (age 7)

This book is about Honey Bunny and her big brother, P.J. P.J. teases her and plays tricks on her all the time. Honey Bunny was sad every time that P.J. teased her. P.J. poured juice in her cereal, and he pulled off her covers in the morning, and he switched the heads off her dolls, and he tied knots in her dresses, and other mean things.

Then one night P.J. was standing beside her bed and he painted her face green. Honey Bunny Funnybunny was angry. Their dad was angry too, and his mother was upset. They told him to go to his room. After that he treated Honey Bunny like she was not there. He didn't play any more tricks. Honey Bunny was happy for a while. Then she was sad because P.J. didn't play tricks on her anymore. She was thinking that P.J. didn't love her anymore. If you want to find out what happens next, you will have to read the book.

My favorite part of this book is when Honey Bunny thinks that P.J. doesn't love her any more because he didn't play any tricks on her. He really does love her, and her mom told her he still does love her. This reminds me of my older brother who is 15, he plays tricks on me sometimes and is mean to me and he scares me too. I know that he loves me and I love him. I think this book is funny because P.J. paints Honey Bunny's face green.

I recommend this book for all kids under 12 years old because it is funny and easy to read.

Gaby C. is a student in Ms. Patton's Reading Class
2002-2003