Snow Bunny lives all by herself deep in the wintry forest. When she is too late to mail her letter to Santa, she decides to take it to the North Pole herself. Along the way, she meets other animals who need her help. Read more...
Snow Bunny lives all by herself deep in the wintry forest. When she is too late to mail her letter to Santa, she decides to take it to the North Pole herself. Along the way, she meets other animals who need her help. It's only when Santa brings her home in his sleigh that Snow Bunny realizes she has made her wish come true all on her own
Children will love Rebecca Harry's beautiful illustrations and the dazzling foil details sprinkled throughout. This sweet Christmas story about the power of kindness is sure to be a family favorite.
- ISBN-13: 9780545541039
- ISBN-10: 0545541034
- Publisher: Orchard Books
- Publish Date: August 2013
- Page Count: 28
- Reading Level: Ages 4-7
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2013-09-16
- Reviewer: Staff
Shimmering foil accents decorate this quiet Christmas story about a lonely bunny whose one request from Santa is for a friend. When Snow Bunny misses the Red Robin Postman, she follows the North Star to deliver the letter to Santa herself. But the shining lights she sees in the forest come from other sources—the moon reflected on a glassy pond where bears are ice-skating (Snow Bunny gives a small bear her mittens), or the star topping a Christmas tree that animals are decorating (she gives a fox a frosted cookie). Harry’s eminently cuddly forest setting and creatures only add to the warmth of the underlying message about goodwill and generosity. Ages 4–8. (Sept.)