Milo the Really Big Bunny

Milo the Really Big Bunny Poor Milo All he wants is to be like the other bunnies But he s a little different Actually there s nothing little about him He is the biggest bunny any bunny has ever seen And when you re an enormou

  • Title: Milo the Really Big Bunny
  • Author: Stephen Krensky
  • ISBN: 9780689873454
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Poor Milo All he wants is to be like the other bunnies But he s a little different Actually, there s nothing little about him He is the biggest bunny any bunny has ever seen.And when you re an enormous purple bunny in a sea of snowy white little bunnies, it s hard to find a place where you fit in.So when the Easter Bunny announces he needs a helper, Milo hopes this wilPoor Milo All he wants is to be like the other bunnies But he s a little different Actually, there s nothing little about him He is the biggest bunny any bunny has ever seen.And when you re an enormous purple bunny in a sea of snowy white little bunnies, it s hard to find a place where you fit in.So when the Easter Bunny announces he needs a helper, Milo hopes this will be his chance to find his place at last And maybe this time everyone will realize that good things can come in BIG packages.
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    • Laurie says:

      Horn Book (Fall 2006)To impress the other, smaller bunnies, clumsy jumbo-rabbit Milo enters a contest in hopes of becoming the Easter Bunny's helper. His egg-decorating skills are abysmal, but his size ultimately works to his advantage. The story's arc is entirely familiar, but the illustrations, which show Milo to be basically a giant eggplant with ears, are worth the ride.Kirkus Reviews (December 15, 2005)This tale of a clumsy, oversized rabbit who comes through in the clutch is a flop from st [...]

    • Brianna Morris says:

      This book does a great job at showing how being different does not mean that you cannot be accepted. However, I did not like at all how Milo was portrayed. When trying to tell children how being different makes you beautiful, creative, and unique, you do not want to have them comparing themselves to this seemingly grotesque rabbit. If I were told that I was different and then read this book, I would obviously compare myself to Milo and feel much worse about myself. All in all, I believe the idea [...]

    • Amanda says:

      A story about a bunny that found his place in the world. I loved that this story talked about a character that didn't seem to fit in, but that found a friend that would encourage him. I love that Milo didn't change who he was at the end of the story, but rather learned to be happy with who he was. Good Story.

    • Alexandria says:

      I love easter. In this book Milo wants to be the easter bunny's helper, but Milo can't do anything right so the easter bunny comes over to Milo's house and the easter bunny needs help so Milo gets his eggs, but the easter bunny doesn't need that kind of help he needs another kind of help.

    • Samantha says:

      I thought this book was so sweet! Milo doesn't really fit in with the other bunnies. He is kind of an unofficial outcast, but Milo never truly gives up and all his hard work pays off. A very cute story about the underdog (or rather 'underbunny') and his potential. =)

    • Caleb says:

      I did not care for this.

    • Naomi Blackburn says:

      Christmas meet Easter; Santa meet the Easter Bunny; Rudolph meet Milo. Nothing more nothing less. Illustrations were ok.

    • Carrie says:

      Milo is like the Buddy the Elf of bunnies at Easter time. Cute story about finding your own strengths.

    • Julie Heidingsfelder says:

      Picture book: Published: 2006 The illustrations are what made this book a hit for my boys and I. Milo is such a lovable bunny who just needs to find his place

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