Oh So Tiny Bunny
By David Kirk
(Feiwel & Friends, Hardcover, 9781250016881, 36pp.)
Publication Date: February 5, 2013
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During the day, Oh So Tiny Bunny is very, very small. But at night, he dreams of being big—as big as a dragon, or even a mountain! At first, that's fine, but then he feels lonely. There’s no one to share it with. Are there no other bunnies so big as him?
Every small child dreams of the day they will grow up to be big, but in this book David Kirk reminds us that sometimes . . . it’s not so bad being small.
David Kirk is the creator of Miss Spider, who appears in many well-loved children's books, in her own television series, and in a number of popular apps. An inventor as well as an author, David started several toy companies, including Ovicular Toyworks, and most recently, the Sunny Patch brand. He lives in King Ferry, New York, with his wife, Kathy, and their daughters, Primrose and Wisteria. They are happily surrounded by a large and well-fed army of chipmunks, squirrels, groundhogs, skunks, possums, deer, and most of all, bunnies.
Praise for Oh So Tiny Bunny:
“Kirk sneaks in lots of details and whimsy.” —School Library Journal
“Fluorescent colors, unusual perspectives and an irresistible, blue-eyed bunny with a glowing pink nose draw readers in, but it’s the emotional flow of the text and the wildly exuberant ego exploration that make this fanciful story memorable. Keep dreaming, little Oh So. You are oh so sweet.”—Kirkus Reviews, starred review
“Kirk knows his audience, and they will be charmed.”—Publishers Weekly
“From the creator of Miss Spider’s Tea Party (1994) comes this tale of a very small bunny with very big dreams. With the images and lilt of a bedtime book, this should find plenty of small-sized fans.”—Booklist
“Children will love the creative story and pictures that compliment it. It is a great start to fueling a child's imagination. The type is large enough and the vocabulary is simple enough that early readers might also be able to read the story themselves. A delightful story that will be enjoyed over many re-readings.” —Children’s Literature