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I Love You, Bunny

By (author) Alina Surnaite
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: Frances Lincoln Childrens Books
Published: 24th Jan 2018
Dimensions: w 247mm h 285mm d 10mm
Weight: 378g
Interest age: From 4 to 7 years
ISBN-10: 1847808751
ISBN-13: 9781847808752
Barcode No: 9781847808752
Synopsis
Suzy is afraid to go to sleep, because a monster might come when she's sleeping. Mummy tells her not to worry, as Bunny will chase the monsters away. But at the break of dawn, a shadow creeps into the room, and Bunny disappears... Suzy is scared and runs straight to her Mummy. However, when Misty the cat creeps into the room, holding Bunny in his mouth, Suzy realises that, though things can look scary in the dark, really there's nothing to be afraid of. A beautiful, reassuring heart-warming story about being afraid of the dark that is perfect for reading at bedtime.

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'It's beautifully illustrated this, lovely muted pencil strokes and a really beautiful use of light and shade. Really worth a try if your little ones still struggle to settle at night or still want to sleep with a night-light on.' * Readitdaddy * 'Alina Surnaite uses pastels to create her soft focus, crepuscular scenes of familiar domesticity, casting a mood of gentle reassurance, which should help assuage such nocturnal fears.' * Red Reading Hub * 'Overcoming a fear of the dark can be stressful for both children and parents. I Love you, Bunny is a gentle debut...which will hopefully allay any fears' * Picturebooksblogger * 'A warm story that will reassure little ones who are worried about monsters in the shadows... Alina Surnaite's debut picture book is quiet but full of emotional resonance... The soft pastel artwork, often full of shadow, is a perfect context for the story and Surnaite has a lovely eye for the warmth of detail in drawing animals and young children.' * Booktrust *