Bunny Party It s Grandma s birthday and Max and Ruby are having a party for her Ruby has invited seven stuffed toy guests she s sure Grandma will like Max wants to invite his Jellyball Shooter Spider his Ear Spl

  • Title: Bunny Party
  • Author: Rosemary Wells
  • ISBN: 9780142501627
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s Grandma s birthday and Max and Ruby are having a party for her Ruby has invited seven stuffed toy guests she s sure Grandma will like Max wants to invite his Jellyball Shooter Spider, his Ear Splitter Space Cadet and his Can t Sit Up Slug, but Ruby says no Yet each time Ruby counts the number of guests at the table, another one has mysteriously appeared Is Ruby haIt s Grandma s birthday and Max and Ruby are having a party for her Ruby has invited seven stuffed toy guests she s sure Grandma will like Max wants to invite his Jellyball Shooter Spider, his Ear Splitter Space Cadet and his Can t Sit Up Slug, but Ruby says no Yet each time Ruby counts the number of guests at the table, another one has mysteriously appeared Is Ruby having a bad counting day Or is someone making a few changes to the guest list

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    1. K-2nd grade. Popular characters Max and Ruby, rabbit siblings, prepare for their grandmother's birthday party. Ruby has invited all her stuffed animals, but Max wants his at the party as well. As Max sneaks his stuffed animals into the party, Ruby wonders if she is having a bad counting day or if the guest list really is mysteriously increasing. The cute story teaches children counting skills while also depicting a mischief that is amusing and harmless, ideal for young mischievous humans. The il [...]

    2. This is essentially a counting book, but what I like about it is that the counting (up to ten) is actually part of the plot. Because of that I've found the kids (preschool) are more willing to count along and not just stare at me like I'm crazy. There's a Bunny Party movie and soundtrack that have expand on the plot (and remove the counting). The kids love these and the soundtrack is pretty enjoyable from an adult point of view too.

    3. My son loves Max because Max is always doing something that he is told not to do. This time it is inviting certain guests to the party even after Ruby told him no. The fact that Ruby never noticed anything too weird didn't make any sense to me but this is a children's book, meant for children to enjoy, and my son certainly didn't mind it. In fact, that kind of blew right over his head. He was too busy laughing at what Max was doing.

    4. I really liked this Max and Ruby book. This one is has also been turned into an episode on the TV show. I really enjoyed how all the toys are the same on the show as in the book because I've always liked the names of the toys. I thought the mischieve in this book was cute (rather than some of the annoying things Max gets away with). Also, Ruby was acting like a sister versus a mother in this one. I liked how this was really a counting book, but it also had a plot.

    5. My 4-year-old loves Max and Ruby so, of course, he loved this book. I think you might have to see the show to appreciate the book so you can get a sense of what Max and Ruby are really like.My child loved that Max was so sneaky in getting his "guests" at the table. He thought it was funny when Ruby couldn't figure out why she couldn't count the right number of guests.

    6. The sister bunny decides to have a tea party with her stuffed toys and grandma. However, when she doesn't invite her brother's toys to the tea party, Max gets upset. He takes two of his sister's toys and replaces them with his. His sister doesn't notice but tries to do the math in her head and figure out what's going on. This book is perfect for a mini math lesson.

    7. Whether you're looking for a "counting" book, a "party" book, a book featuring "grandma", or even a story about "toys" -- this will fill the bill. Boys love it because Max is all boy and girls love it because Ruby is all girl. In a word, DELIGHTFUL!

    8. A unique counting book that highlights the relationship between Max and his bossy big sister, Ruby. Count their party guests from one to ten. Fun to read aloud, especially for Max and Ruby fans, like our girls. We've borrowed this a few times from the library.

    9. As always, Max's wishes are ignored by Ruby and Max finds a way to fix things for himselfwith help from Grandma of course, because Ruby doesn't know exactly what Grandma wants, no matter how much she thinks she does. =)

    10. My son and daughter love this book. Ruby wants to throw a party for grandma but Max doesn't like ruby's guest list. While Ruby is getting more chairs Max puts all of his toys in the seats. Grandma likes all of the uninvited guests.

    11. This book actually made me laugh out loud the first time I read it. My daughter was perplexed. One of our new favorites.

    12. Features all of Max's wonderful toys and his mischievous ways. Great for preschoolers and their older siblings.

    13. Great, now Waits wants a Jellybean Shooter Spider and an Ear-Splitter Space Cadet. Thanks, Rosemary Wells.

    14. Bunny PartyWells, Rosemarygrandmas birthday needs to have surprises and both Max and Ruth have their own ideas

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