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Trixie can't wait to bring her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny to school and show him off to everyone. But when she gets there, she sees something awful: Sonja has the same bunny. Suddenly, Knuffle Bunny doesn't seem so one-of-a-kind anymore. Chaos ensues until the bunnies are taken away by Ms. Greengrove. After school, Trixie finally gets her beloved bunny back. But in the mi Trixie can't wait to bring her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny to school and show him off to everyone. But when she gets there, she sees something awful: Sonja has the same bunny. Suddenly, Knuffle Bunny doesn't seem so one-of-a-kind anymore. Chaos ensues until the bunnies are taken away by Ms. Greengrove. After school, Trixie finally gets her beloved bunny back. But in the middle of the night, Trixie realizes something. She has the wrong bunny! Daddy comes to the rescue again as a midnight swap is arranged with the other bunny, the other little girl, and the other daddy. Needless to say, the daddies are not very happy. By the end of the story Trixie has her beloved bunny back, but she has also gained something new: her very first best friend. In the tradition of the Caldecott Honor-winner KNUFFLE BUNNY: A CAUTIONARY TALE, this is another heartfelt, hilarious picture book that children (and their parents) will love.


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Trixie can't wait to bring her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny to school and show him off to everyone. But when she gets there, she sees something awful: Sonja has the same bunny. Suddenly, Knuffle Bunny doesn't seem so one-of-a-kind anymore. Chaos ensues until the bunnies are taken away by Ms. Greengrove. After school, Trixie finally gets her beloved bunny back. But in the mi Trixie can't wait to bring her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny to school and show him off to everyone. But when she gets there, she sees something awful: Sonja has the same bunny. Suddenly, Knuffle Bunny doesn't seem so one-of-a-kind anymore. Chaos ensues until the bunnies are taken away by Ms. Greengrove. After school, Trixie finally gets her beloved bunny back. But in the middle of the night, Trixie realizes something. She has the wrong bunny! Daddy comes to the rescue again as a midnight swap is arranged with the other bunny, the other little girl, and the other daddy. Needless to say, the daddies are not very happy. By the end of the story Trixie has her beloved bunny back, but she has also gained something new: her very first best friend. In the tradition of the Caldecott Honor-winner KNUFFLE BUNNY: A CAUTIONARY TALE, this is another heartfelt, hilarious picture book that children (and their parents) will love.

30 review for Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity

  1. 4 out of 5

    Calista

    I almost think I like the sequel better in this story. We know how this works and we know the Knuffle bunny. Our main girl can even talk at this point. She’s older. She takes the bunny to school and sees another girl with the exact same rabbit. The bunny’s are taken from the girls when they become a problem. They get the wrong bunny back and don’t realize it until 2:30am at night. I thought the ending was very good. The kids love this series. The niece is right at home in NYC and she thought the I almost think I like the sequel better in this story. We know how this works and we know the Knuffle bunny. Our main girl can even talk at this point. She’s older. She takes the bunny to school and sees another girl with the exact same rabbit. The bunny’s are taken from the girls when they become a problem. They get the wrong bunny back and don’t realize it until 2:30am at night. I thought the ending was very good. The kids love this series. The niece is right at home in NYC and she thought the pictures looked like NYC. I think they did too. The nephew loves seeing the cartoons walk around in the real world. The niece thought this was a great book. She said, you have to have the right bunny at night. You just know stuff like that. My nephew does stuff like this often before bed. He has to have a certain toy, but I think for him it’s more of a stall tactic. The niece gave this 5 stars and the nephew gave this 4 stars.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    Mo Willems is truly a versatile author, able to entertain his young readers with a few long-developed series, but also inject some new ideas and characters on occasion. Trixie is so very excited to show off her Knuffle Bunny at school, sure it is a one-of-a-kind item. However, Show and Tell sours when another little girl brings an identical stuffy and gets worse when the teacher confiscates them both. At the end of the day, Knuffle Bunny is returned, but this only begins the drama. Trixie realis Mo Willems is truly a versatile author, able to entertain his young readers with a few long-developed series, but also inject some new ideas and characters on occasion. Trixie is so very excited to show off her Knuffle Bunny at school, sure it is a one-of-a-kind item. However, Show and Tell sours when another little girl brings an identical stuffy and gets worse when the teacher confiscates them both. At the end of the day, Knuffle Bunny is returned, but this only begins the drama. Trixie realises in the middle of the night that she has the wrong Knuffle, seeking her father’s assistance to remedy the problem. Cue a midnight swap that could go horribly wrong! Neo loves being able to show off things of his at school. He tells me all about it, but is always looking for that unique item that might just convince the others in class that he has a one-of-a-kind personality to go along with an alluring item. He’s ginger, so of course he is unique, as are his many items and book choices!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Banny Kirsten Marie Reviews

    Good morning people... How did you sleep? Oh you wanna know how i slept? Well i didn't... Nope not a wink.... Up al night last night... Yes again.... I am typeing up this review so early because maybe if you all wake up to a good review then you all will be happy this lovely Saturday morning. I love Mo Willems in fact i adore him i read his The Pigeon wants a puppy on Thursday a nd i read Knuffle Bunny on Saturday which was totally a funy yet fantastic book. I remember these books being read t Good morning people... How did you sleep? Oh you wanna know how i slept? Well i didn't... Nope not a wink.... Up al night last night... Yes again.... I am typeing up this review so early because maybe if you all wake up to a good review then you all will be happy this lovely Saturday morning. I love Mo Willems in fact i adore him i read his The Pigeon wants a puppy on Thursday a nd i read Knuffle Bunny on Saturday which was totally a funy yet fantastic book. I remember these books being read to me as a child and whenever i saw it sitting on the shelf at the library then i knew it deserved to be read and reviewed. Trixie took her little knuffle bunny to school with her and so did Sonja... Whenever the knuffle bunnies were taken by the teacher and handed back to the wrong girl both of the girls father had to wake up at two in the morning to run across town to switch the knufle bunies. I loved this book but it was not quiet as good as The Piegon books... Knuffle Bunny most definatly dis not have the humor attached to it like The Pigeon books did and no i don't have a problem with that but yes to me humor matters. I loved the parent figures to both Trixie and Sonja because s showed how much both sets of parents love their daughters to get up so early just ro switch their girls knuffle bunnies. The pictures were divine and i so very much loved them... They were bright and detailed anone by Mo Willems… I give the story a eight star rateing all together because the story deserves four stars and the pictures deserve four stars. Knuffle Bunny should be on every childs book shelf to read over and oer and over again. My Rateing 8/5

  4. 5 out of 5

    Manybooks

    Because I did not really all that much aesthetically enjoy Mo Willems' illustrations for his first Knuffle Bunny book, I did not really expect to all that much like the sequel with regard to the former either, with regard to the accompanying pictorial images (as they appear to be pretty much similar). However, since I had in fact still very much enjoyed Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale as a story, as a presented narrative in and of itself (and have indeed found it almost spot on with regard to p Because I did not really all that much aesthetically enjoy Mo Willems' illustrations for his first Knuffle Bunny book, I did not really expect to all that much like the sequel with regard to the former either, with regard to the accompanying pictorial images (as they appear to be pretty much similar). However, since I had in fact still very much enjoyed Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale as a story, as a presented narrative in and of itself (and have indeed found it almost spot on with regard to presenting with understanding and feeling how frustrated as yet non or barely verbal toddlers can often feel if they are trying to get their parents' or other caregivers' attention, especially if they feel or indeed know that something is wrong), I decided to give Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity a try (especially since this book, like Mo Willems' first Kunffle Bunny story also won a Caldecott Honour designation and I also did wonder a trifle if I were perhaps and in fact missing something). However, I was pretty well and sadly majorly disappointed and annoyed with the general and featured storyline and plot of Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity. For aside from the fact that I do have to wonder why both Trixie and Sonya (who after all are now no longer toddlers) need to even take their plush bunnies to school, if Trixie's Kunffle Bunny is indeed such a special and cherished toy, why does it then take her almost twelve hours to notice that the returned Knuffle Bunny is not hers, is in fact the wrong bunny? And considering that it has taken Trixie so long to notice the "mistaken identity" to notice that she has the wrong Knuffle Bunny, I find it supremely and infuriatingly problematic that once the issue has been cleared, once it is known that Trixie has Sonya's bunny and vice versa, that both fathers do not simply declare that the bunnies are safe and sound and will be switched tomorrow at school, but that they are manipulated into switching the bunnies late at night (past midnight, and I bet both fathers have to go to work in the morning). Sorry, but what was funny and endearing, and yes, totally understandable with regard to Trixie's emotions and whining, her outrageous behaviour in the first book (in Snuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale), wears more than a bit thin and simply becomes majorly infuriating in the sequel, in Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity, with Trixie and yes also Sonya presenting themselves as entitled and rather spoiled children, who obviously always expect to get their own way, and whose parents unfortunately and sadly usually seem to oblige.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sophia Triad

    Trixie is older now and she can talk. So, she can express her desperation in the middle of the night when she realises that she has the wrong bunny. Everything started when she brought her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny to school in order to show him off to everyone. But when she gets there, she realises that her bunny is not unique. Sonja has the same bunny. They play together, but apparently both girls take the wrong bunnies home. Phones are ringing, arrangements are made and the two desperate dad Trixie is older now and she can talk. So, she can express her desperation in the middle of the night when she realises that she has the wrong bunny. Everything started when she brought her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny to school in order to show him off to everyone. But when she gets there, she realises that her bunny is not unique. Sonja has the same bunny. They play together, but apparently both girls take the wrong bunnies home. Phones are ringing, arrangements are made and the two desperate dads meet in the middle of the night in sleeping Brooklyn in order to exchange their daughters's bunnies. And it is time for Trixie to make her first best friend. Amazing story, hilarious descriptions and beautiful black and white photos of Brooklyn that blend with the colourful illustrations.

  6. 5 out of 5

    midnightfaerie

    I seriously can not speak highly enough of Mo Willems. This author explores new areas and has unique and unusual ways of connecting with children and with adult's with a child's heart. I love his book. This Caldecott winner shows it's originality too in the illustrations which are a combination of photographs and drawn in cartoons of the characters. It makes for a fun and unique experience for both child and adult. Again, both my 5 yr old and my twin 3 yr olds are enchanted with Willems and this I seriously can not speak highly enough of Mo Willems. This author explores new areas and has unique and unusual ways of connecting with children and with adult's with a child's heart. I love his book. This Caldecott winner shows it's originality too in the illustrations which are a combination of photographs and drawn in cartoons of the characters. It makes for a fun and unique experience for both child and adult. Again, both my 5 yr old and my twin 3 yr olds are enchanted with Willems and this book was no exception. They all screamed for "More books!" when it was finished.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ronyell

    “Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity” is a great sequel to Mo Willems’ popular book “Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale.” In this adventure, Trixie enjoys her first day of school and showing off her Knuffle Bunny to everyone in her class until she comes home and realizes that something is wrong. “Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity” is a brilliant sequel about true friendship that children will enjoy as much as they enjoyed the first “Knuffle Bunny” book. Mo Willems has done i “Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity” is a great sequel to Mo Willems’ popular book “Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale.” In this adventure, Trixie enjoys her first day of school and showing off her Knuffle Bunny to everyone in her class until she comes home and realizes that something is wrong. “Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity” is a brilliant sequel about true friendship that children will enjoy as much as they enjoyed the first “Knuffle Bunny” book. Mo Willems has done it again in this sequel as he ingeniously makes both the illustrations and the story extremely clever. Mo Willems goes into so much detail about Trixie’s first day of school and how excited she felt to be at school. Children can easily relate to Trixie about how she wanted to show off something that no one else has and yet the child soon realizes that someone else has another one of a kind possession that the child loves. Mo Willems’ illustrations are extremely creative as he once again places silly looking characters against real life photos of the city of Brooklyn. Also, I loved the outfit that Trixie wore throughout the book as she has a green shirt with a red with purple polka dotted shirt underneath and a brown and red flowered skirt. Trixie’s outfit, as surreal as it looks, brings out the true creativity to the character of Trixie herself. “Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity” is one of the greatest sequels ever created as it defines what true friendship is all about. I would recommend this book to children ages four and up since there is nothing inappropriate about the book. Review is also on: Rabbit Ears Book Blog

  8. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    In this sequel to Knuffle Bunny Trixie is older and really talking, a lot. She is excited for her first day of pre-K and to show Knuffle Bunny to her new classmates. Looking across the room Trixie sees Sonja and suddenly Kuffle Bunny isn't so one of a kind any more. She and Sonja don't get along very well and the Knuffle Bunnies get taken away by the teacher, Ms. Greengrove. Things look up when Ms. Greengrove returns the bunnies at the end of the day until 2:30 in the morning when Trixie realize In this sequel to Knuffle Bunny Trixie is older and really talking, a lot. She is excited for her first day of pre-K and to show Knuffle Bunny to her new classmates. Looking across the room Trixie sees Sonja and suddenly Kuffle Bunny isn't so one of a kind any more. She and Sonja don't get along very well and the Knuffle Bunnies get taken away by the teacher, Ms. Greengrove. Things look up when Ms. Greengrove returns the bunnies at the end of the day until 2:30 in the morning when Trixie realizes that the bunny she has is not her Knuffle Bunny. After a late night rendezvous and exchange Trixie and Sonja become best friends. I thought this book was darling. I love the illustrations with the black and white photographs and the drawings. It is a great continuation of Trixie's story and its great for kids to follow her as she grows up and goes on new adventures they can relate to. This would be a good book to read before a child's first day of school. Just as with the original Knuffle Bunny Mo Willems presents a story that kids can really relate to, the emotions and experiences of Trixie are very real. Many parents have had sleepless nights because of a missing stuffed animal and kids know that heart ache. I would recommend this book to anyone who loved Knuffle Bunny! It will be particularly enjoyed by kids entering pre-K or ages 3 or 4.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kaethe Douglas

    12/20/2007, 7/12/2008 Thankfully, Willems seems to be keeping up with the PandaBat's developmental milestones pretty well. She loves it. *** 2008 Jul 12 December 20, 2007 July 12, 2008 ** June 20, 2007 Everyone still loves it. Library copy. 12/20/2007, 7/12/2008 Thankfully, Willems seems to be keeping up with the PandaBat's developmental milestones pretty well. She loves it. *** 2008 Jul 12 December 20, 2007 July 12, 2008 ** June 20, 2007 Everyone still loves it. Library copy.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Melki

    Trixie's taking her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny to school for show & tell . . . but an unpleasant surprise is waiting for her there. Very cute story about incredibly patient parents. The two page Epilogue really made me laugh. Trixie's taking her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny to school for show & tell . . . but an unpleasant surprise is waiting for her there. Very cute story about incredibly patient parents. The two page Epilogue really made me laugh.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Philip

    Mo Willems is the current children's book Juggernaut. It seems all of his books are hits. His Pigeon books are hilarious. His Elephant and Piggie series: brilliant. Of his oeuvre though, I contend that the Knuffle Bunny series is the best. Of the 3 books, 2 won the Caldecott Medal. So, we read all three in order tonight. Here is Eleanor's review for the second book: Me: How many stars? E: Dad? Can I tell you something really quick? Dad? Me: Yeah? E: Today... ummmm... since... I didn't like that they f Mo Willems is the current children's book Juggernaut. It seems all of his books are hits. His Pigeon books are hilarious. His Elephant and Piggie series: brilliant. Of his oeuvre though, I contend that the Knuffle Bunny series is the best. Of the 3 books, 2 won the Caldecott Medal. So, we read all three in order tonight. Here is Eleanor's review for the second book: Me: How many stars? E: Dad? Can I tell you something really quick? Dad? Me: Yeah? E: Today... ummmm... since... I didn't like that they fought over which one is which, I'd like to give it four stars please. ...I liked it a little bit. Me: Wow. Sure thing. This is your first 4 star review. Do you know that? E: I didn't. Me: And I have to say, taking points off for violence. Mo Willems should have known better, right? E: Mm-Hmmm. Me: Do you think his point was that you shouldn't fight? E: Mm-hmmm. Me: But you still want to give it four stars? E: Mm-hmmm... Me: How old are you right now Eleanor? E: 5. Me: Cool. So tell me, what else DID you like about the book? E: Um. I liked that she took her Knuffle Bunny to school. Me: Why did you like that? E: Because, she said who she was going to show it to. I'm making my fingers do tricks again dad. Me: Lets focus. On the review. Not on your fingers. Ok? E: Ok. But that means I'm showing the sign. That I liked that book. Me: What means that? Your fingers? E: Yeah. When we show our fingers. Only, I'm not going to do it any more. Me: I don't understand, but ok. Anything else you want to add about this book? E: No. Me: Would you recommend it to other people? Should other people read it? E: Mm-Hmmm. Gwendolyn: Do you know what MY favorite part was? (Shes' been here silently hanging onto my shoulder during the entire review process...) My favorite part was whhhhheeeennnnn.... When they took the bunnies away. E: Gwen, are you sure about that? Because I only gave it four stars. G: I only want ONE star. Can I only have one star? E: But we already gave it 4 stars. If you want daddy to take 3 stars away, you'll have to talk to him. G: I WANT TO GIVE IT 5! Stars! E: DADDY! GWENNIE WANTS TO GIVE IT 5 STARS, BUT I ONLY WANT TO GIVE IT 4 STARS. G: Too bad Gwen. Me: You just said "Too bad Gwen." You're Gwennie. Why did you say that? G: OOoooo... yeah... Me: We're going to go with 4 stars ok? G: NOOOOO!!! I WANT 4!!!!! Me: That's what I said... Gwennie, you're not making any sense. OUCH! G: I'm biting your shirt. Me: You were biting me. G: Now I'm biting your shirt. E: I'm biting my own shirt. Me: OK GUYS! G: ARE WE DONE?!? E: ALMOST! Me: We're done. E: *Scared* HEY! WHAT ABOUT A THIRD REVIEW? DAD! DAD? DAD... My third review... Me: That's what we're doing right now El. E: Then why did you say, 'we're done?' Me: Because we're done with the second review.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Karl

    Not as good as the “Pigeon” or “Elephant and Piggie” books in my opinion. The first book in the series won a Caldecott but I just loved Willems other books a lot better. Tonight is the second day of my mining of the school library. Expect reviews of Arthur, Franklin, Dr Seuss, Robert Munsch and whatever else I can find in the coming days.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bernice

    I listened to the non-print version of this story, which was on audio CD. I recently discovered this section at my local library. To be honest..it was funny to hear that I have been pronouncing "Knuffle" incorrectly!! Knuffle Bunny is an adorable story of a young girl and her beloved stuffed bunny. This picture book combines the use of photography and painting in its illustrations. The backdrop are photographs of the setting of the story, whereas the characters are lighthearted and reflected by t I listened to the non-print version of this story, which was on audio CD. I recently discovered this section at my local library. To be honest..it was funny to hear that I have been pronouncing "Knuffle" incorrectly!! Knuffle Bunny is an adorable story of a young girl and her beloved stuffed bunny. This picture book combines the use of photography and painting in its illustrations. The backdrop are photographs of the setting of the story, whereas the characters are lighthearted and reflected by their simple paintings. This mixed media type of illustration highlights the importance of the characters while still showing the reality of the story. The main character Trixie is thrilled to be bringing Knuffle Bunny to school one day. She finds out when she gets to school that Sofia, a classmate of hers, has the exact same stuffed animal. When the two girls discover this, they become angry with one another and their Knuffle Bunnies are taken away. They soon discover once Knuffle Bunny returned that they've been switched! The writer creates opportunities throughout the story for the readers to predict what will happen next. The readers build into the suspense of the story and are able to relate to the emotion of Trixie. It's a funny loving story with a happy ending!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Sammis

    Knuffle Bunny Too is the sequel to Knuffle Bunny. I have not read the first in the series but having so enjoyed the sequel I will keep my eyes out for the original. Knuffle Bunny is the favorite toy of a now preschool aged Trixie. She takes her beloved bunny to preschool to show to all her classmates. Unfortunately for Trixie, her Knuffle isn't the only one! Her preschool friend has one too! Then an even more horrible thing happens, the teacher mixes up the Knuffle bunnies and no one notices until Knuffle Bunny Too is the sequel to Knuffle Bunny. I have not read the first in the series but having so enjoyed the sequel I will keep my eyes out for the original. Knuffle Bunny is the favorite toy of a now preschool aged Trixie. She takes her beloved bunny to preschool to show to all her classmates. Unfortunately for Trixie, her Knuffle isn't the only one! Her preschool friend has one too! Then an even more horrible thing happens, the teacher mixes up the Knuffle bunnies and no one notices until it is too late. This story of mistaken identities is told against a black and white photographic backdrop of New York City, as is the original. The typical goofy Mo Willems illustrations blend nicely with these snatches of New York. The characters really seem live there even though they are stylistically so different. For parents the book has some nice humorous looks at the sorts of demands young children make and the sacrifices that parents are so often willing to make to keep their children happy. This book is one that can be enjoyed by children and parents together.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kris

    Trixie is so excited to take her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny to show all her friends at school. But when she gets there, she discovers that another girl has a Knuffle Bunny too! This leads to bad feelings, arguments over whether the "K" is silent, and finally, a teacher - instituted bunny timeout. After the girls get their bunnies back and go home, after they are (not so) sound asleep, they realize that they both have the wrong bunny! This leads to 2 am phone calls and a bunny transfer worthy of Trixie is so excited to take her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny to show all her friends at school. But when she gets there, she discovers that another girl has a Knuffle Bunny too! This leads to bad feelings, arguments over whether the "K" is silent, and finally, a teacher - instituted bunny timeout. After the girls get their bunnies back and go home, after they are (not so) sound asleep, they realize that they both have the wrong bunny! This leads to 2 am phone calls and a bunny transfer worthy of any spy novel. I like the art in these books, with a mixture of drawings and photographs of what I assume is New York. And, as always, Willems can show so much range of emotion in such simply drawn figures. I'm not as big a fan of these as I am of the Elephant and Piggy books and the Pigeon books, because the humor is different, but this was still a cute, fun book to read.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ubah Khasimuddin

    Mo Willems is a genius! This is the second in the Knuffle Bunny series and it is as usual, too cute - Willems is able to combine a good story with engaging illustrations, so that my children are riveted. I find this formula is hard for most children's authors to get right (and I'm often having to edit books to keep stories interesting for the munchkins). In this story, Trixie, like all small children, brings her favorite toy to school. Alas for Trixie another little girl has the exact same Knuff Mo Willems is a genius! This is the second in the Knuffle Bunny series and it is as usual, too cute - Willems is able to combine a good story with engaging illustrations, so that my children are riveted. I find this formula is hard for most children's authors to get right (and I'm often having to edit books to keep stories interesting for the munchkins). In this story, Trixie, like all small children, brings her favorite toy to school. Alas for Trixie another little girl has the exact same Knuffle Bunny (though there is some argument as to how to pronounce the bunny's name), due to the fighting of the two girls, the teacher takes the bunnies away. Mishap ensues. Its a fun story that the children will like and parents can enjoy reading (and relating too).

  17. 5 out of 5

    Linda Lipko

    This 2008 Caldecott honor book is cute and uncomplicated. The artistry is a unique combination of wonderful crisp, clear photography with illustrations superimposed on the photograpy images. Trixie is excited to go to school with her new gift of a Knuffle bunny. Believing her bunny is the one and only, she is very disappointed to learn that another classmate also brought her one and only original Knuffle bunny. Fighting in class, both the girls and the Knuffle bunnies are separated. Lat at night, This 2008 Caldecott honor book is cute and uncomplicated. The artistry is a unique combination of wonderful crisp, clear photography with illustrations superimposed on the photograpy images. Trixie is excited to go to school with her new gift of a Knuffle bunny. Believing her bunny is the one and only, she is very disappointed to learn that another classmate also brought her one and only original Knuffle bunny. Fighting in class, both the girls and the Knuffle bunnies are separated. Lat at night, Trixie discovers that the bunnies were mixed. When her father finds and returns her bunny, each child realizes the bunnies are special to them, and that's the unique part.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dolly

    A very cute sequel to Knuffle Bunny that involves a slightly older little girl, a trip to school (Pre-K) and a case of mistaken identity. Fun story that is illustrated in the same manner as the original. This book was selected as one of the books for the September 2017- Caldecott Honors 2008-2012 discussion at the Picture-Book Club in the Children's Books Group here at Goodreads. A very cute sequel to Knuffle Bunny that involves a slightly older little girl, a trip to school (Pre-K) and a case of mistaken identity. Fun story that is illustrated in the same manner as the original. This book was selected as one of the books for the September 2017- Caldecott Honors 2008-2012 discussion at the Picture-Book Club in the Children's Books Group here at Goodreads.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Peacegal

    2.5 stars -- Knuffle Bunny and Willems' inventive art style are back. I rated this one slightly higher than the original Bunny because the little girl can now speak. (I'm not a fan of the toddler goo-goo ga-ga even in print.) As with the original, Bunny Too is more of a knowing wink at the parents of young children than a straight-up kid story. And once again, this book made me breathe a sigh of relief that my life does not revolve around the misplacement of a child's toy bunny. 2.5 stars -- Knuffle Bunny and Willems' inventive art style are back. I rated this one slightly higher than the original Bunny because the little girl can now speak. (I'm not a fan of the toddler goo-goo ga-ga even in print.) As with the original, Bunny Too is more of a knowing wink at the parents of young children than a straight-up kid story. And once again, this book made me breathe a sigh of relief that my life does not revolve around the misplacement of a child's toy bunny.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Krista the Krazy Kataloguer

    I didn't care for Knuffle Bunny at all, so I didn't expect to like this one. To my surprise, this was a cute story that I really enjoyed. I loved the illustrations, especially the expressions on people's faces. Great book! I didn't care for Knuffle Bunny at all, so I didn't expect to like this one. To my surprise, this was a cute story that I really enjoyed. I loved the illustrations, especially the expressions on people's faces. Great book!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Taija

    "Trixie's daddy tried to explain to her what 2:30 a.m. meant." 😂😂😂 "Trixie's daddy tried to explain to her what 2:30 a.m. meant." 😂😂😂

  22. 5 out of 5

    Zoë Bledsoe

    Children’s style

  23. 5 out of 5

    April

    Of course she is excited to bring Knuffle Bunny to school! Sometimes it is fun to keep an item with you to entertain yourself and/or show off to others. It is interesting how differently we sometimes pronounce things compared to our peers, such as tomato tomato. I like how differences can bring us together, rather than only push us apart.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ashton

    Summary :Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity by Mo Willems is a story about Trixie, a young girl, who bring her special stuffed animal to school. Her very special toy, Knuffle Bunny her very favorite toy, she believes that Knuffle Bunny is a one of a kind and just for her. However, when she arrives at school she finds that Sonya, a classmate has the very same stuffed animal. She begins to feel as if her animal is not special anymore. Her and Sonya fight and eventually get their bunnie Summary :Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity by Mo Willems is a story about Trixie, a young girl, who bring her special stuffed animal to school. Her very special toy, Knuffle Bunny her very favorite toy, she believes that Knuffle Bunny is a one of a kind and just for her. However, when she arrives at school she finds that Sonya, a classmate has the very same stuffed animal. She begins to feel as if her animal is not special anymore. Her and Sonya fight and eventually get their bunnies taken away, but gave them back at the end of the day. It is not until late at night that she realizes that the bunny she has is not Knuffle Bunny! Just as her father is about the call Sonya’s parents to declare the mix up the phone rings. It is Soyna’s dad calling to say that the thing, the make arrangements and return the bunnies. They both are so happy to have their bunnies back they become best friends. Review: While this book does offer some fun cartoon like illustrations, the book lacks a deep or meaningful plot. Given the title, the book was pretty predictable and had no substance. The plot is also confusing because the girl does not realize that she has the wrong toy until 12 hours after she gets her bunny back, which is pretty unrealistic given her attachment to the animal. This book was a struggle to read, but the illustrations were delightful and fun. I would have this book in my class purely for the illustrations but I do not think I would chose to share it.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    I saw this book in the library, it apparently reached the top 10 for best Picture Books this year. So I decided to read it. For one, it seems you don't need to know the first book (I found out this was book 2), so yeah for that! Now for the rest. I loved the illustrations, which were a combination of photographs and drawings. I have only seen it used in a few other picture books, so it is pretty creative/original. And it made the book come more alive to me, not only because of the photographs, bu I saw this book in the library, it apparently reached the top 10 for best Picture Books this year. So I decided to read it. For one, it seems you don't need to know the first book (I found out this was book 2), so yeah for that! Now for the rest. I loved the illustrations, which were a combination of photographs and drawings. I have only seen it used in a few other picture books, so it is pretty creative/original. And it made the book come more alive to me, not only because of the photographs, but also because the drawings on those photograph jump out of the book because they stand out. The story, it was just beyond adorable. Poor little girl (who really can't stop talking btw, wow, she just kept on going and going and going), finding out that your one-of-a-kind bunny might not be so one-of-a-kind. It was kind of sad that they didn't notice anything was wrong until well, around 3 am in the night (loved how the dad tried to explain that to the girl). And then the trip through the night which set everything right and which made things even better. :) The day after was really fun, happy to see everyone like that. No fights, no arguments, just friendliness. I will be sure to see if I can find the other books too (let's hope so). Since I love this little series. I would recommend this to everyone. :)

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kayla Fjellbo

    Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity is exactly as it sounds. Trixie is a talkative, little girl who just loves her knuffle bunny more than anything she's loved before. Trixie is so excited to get to school to show off her knuffle bunny to every one of her friends. But when she gets to class she sees that Sonia has the exact same knuffle bunny as Trixie. As the day goes on Trixie and Sonia argue about how to pronounce "knuffle" and who's bunny is better. When it comes time to go home e Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity is exactly as it sounds. Trixie is a talkative, little girl who just loves her knuffle bunny more than anything she's loved before. Trixie is so excited to get to school to show off her knuffle bunny to every one of her friends. But when she gets to class she sees that Sonia has the exact same knuffle bunny as Trixie. As the day goes on Trixie and Sonia argue about how to pronounce "knuffle" and who's bunny is better. When it comes time to go home each girl grabs their bunny and leaves. Shortly after Trixie is tucked into bed though, she realizes that her the bunny she's snuggling with is not hers! What will Trixie do without her real knuffle bunny by her side? This book is not like any book I've seen before. There is a different font used for the narrator portion of the story, and for the dialogue. The illustrations are drawn onto real pictures. The illustrator took pictures of a real city, a real school, a real room, and drew the characters into those scenes. I am not quite sure how I feel about the illustrations because you get really confused while reading. You can't tell if the story is supposed to be fictional or non-fictional. I would also change the character's facial expressions. Some of the expressions are hard to understand. Over all this book a bit of a disappointment, but the storyline/plot was excellent.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cailynn

    I was excited to find this book. I did not know there was a sequel and "Knuffle Bunny" was a big part of my childhood. My younger cousin loved the first "Knuffle Bunny", and I remember reading it to him at least five times a week. "Knuffle Bunny Too", is a Caldecott Honor Book and the illustrations in this children's book are unique. Willems uses cartoon images combined with real life black and white pictures. No other picture book, I have ever read has illustrations like this. I love how Trixie I was excited to find this book. I did not know there was a sequel and "Knuffle Bunny" was a big part of my childhood. My younger cousin loved the first "Knuffle Bunny", and I remember reading it to him at least five times a week. "Knuffle Bunny Too", is a Caldecott Honor Book and the illustrations in this children's book are unique. Willems uses cartoon images combined with real life black and white pictures. No other picture book, I have ever read has illustrations like this. I love how Trixie, her family, and Knuffle Bunny are all drawn in bright colors. The bright colors contrast the black and white images. Willems also includes speech bubbles alongside normal text, adding another unique element to the picture book. I love this picture book and need to get a copy of my own. Willems portrays the character's changing emotions and feelings on every page. Their facial expressions and body language is realistic and easy to comprehend. When Knuffle Bunny becomes misplaced (again), the panic and fear on Trixie and her Dad's face adds depth to the story line. This picture book has a simple story line full of unique illustrations, making it the perfect picture book for primary grade levels.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Laura Brenneisen

    Title: Knuffle Bunny Too By: Mo Willems Copyright: 2007 Number of Pages: 42 Lit Require: Author study This book is adorable. It's about a little girl named Trixie who thinks to have a one-of-a-kind Knuffle bunny, when little does she know someone in her class has the same one. A series of unfortunate events occur during her first day of school and Trixie ends up having the wrong bunny in her possession and immediately goes to tell her dad at 2:30 a.m. and insists she gets her doll back ASAP! Once Title: Knuffle Bunny Too By: Mo Willems Copyright: 2007 Number of Pages: 42 Lit Require: Author study This book is adorable. It's about a little girl named Trixie who thinks to have a one-of-a-kind Knuffle bunny, when little does she know someone in her class has the same one. A series of unfortunate events occur during her first day of school and Trixie ends up having the wrong bunny in her possession and immediately goes to tell her dad at 2:30 a.m. and insists she gets her doll back ASAP! Once back in her possession, Trixie walks away with her bunny and her new best friend. This book as cartoon like characters, but with real pictures of the city and classrooms. This element made is so cool to look at and immediately grabbed my attention. I am going to buy this book and use it at home for my future kids because it teaches friendship and how one little thing could make a difference. It would also be good for pre-k-1st graders. Mo Willems has a very different style for each book, but his signature is comical, friendships, and providing his own illustrations which I really enjoy viewing and reading.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Zina

    This is an adorable little book. Its about a little girl named Trixie and her stuffed bunny that she adores. She takes the bunny to school because she wants to show it off to all her friends, but when she gets there, another little girl has the same exact bunny as her, and she is not happy with that. So she decides to have some words with the other little girl who's name is Sonja, and the teacher takes both of there bunnies and puts them away. The teacher gives them back, the girls go home, late This is an adorable little book. Its about a little girl named Trixie and her stuffed bunny that she adores. She takes the bunny to school because she wants to show it off to all her friends, but when she gets there, another little girl has the same exact bunny as her, and she is not happy with that. So she decides to have some words with the other little girl who's name is Sonja, and the teacher takes both of there bunnies and puts them away. The teacher gives them back, the girls go home, later they go to bed and then Trixie wakes up in the middle of the night because she realizes this is not her bunny. She wakes her parents up and asks them to call Sonjas parents because she needs her bunny back. On the other side of town Sonja has noticed that the bunny she had is not her bunny as well. So the fathers of the girls meet up in the middle of the night to exchange bunnies, and all is well.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Reiley Edlund

    Knuffle Bunny Too did an amazing job of living up to the expectations the first book in the series created. It was a story that followed the characters we already knew and loved, while having its own storyline. The author does a fantastic job at using illustrations on top of photographs to make each scene feel realistic, yet focussing on the childhood aspect with cartoons. Scattering the words across each page and using dialogue bubbles allows for different voices to come to life and action word Knuffle Bunny Too did an amazing job of living up to the expectations the first book in the series created. It was a story that followed the characters we already knew and loved, while having its own storyline. The author does a fantastic job at using illustrations on top of photographs to make each scene feel realistic, yet focussing on the childhood aspect with cartoons. Scattering the words across each page and using dialogue bubbles allows for different voices to come to life and action words to be powerful. My favorite part about this story, however, is the message it portrays. It teaches kids that even though two people might not get along right away, they may have more in common than they think and getting to know someone can be the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Overall, I loved how this book brought my childhood imagination back to life and I think it would be a great story for classroom settings.

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