Bad Bears and a Bunny: An Irving and Muktuk Story (Library Binding)
An Irving and Muktuk Story
Houghton Mifflin Books for Children, 9780618339266, 32pp.
Publication Date: April 1, 2005
One morning a small white bunny shows up, eating grass at the edge of the polar bear enclosure. Irving and Muktuk aren t sure what to make of it. They don t know how to behave. They make the bunny mad. Trouble is brewing at the zoo.
When their friend Roy invites them to a party at a fancy hotel, Irving and Muktuk are asked to behave themselves. They assure Roy that they can be trusted. But trust doesn t come easily, and when the bears arrive at the party, they are soon put to the test.
Praise For Bad Bears and a Bunny: An Irving and Muktuk Story…
"The author's droll sense of humor makes this book a winner. The marker-and-ink illustrations work well with the story, with the stark white, humanlike bears taking center stage on most spreads." School Library Journal
"A foreshortened, one-joke story doesn't always a book make, but this has the advantage of Daniel Pinkwater's droll, understated text and Jill Pinkwater's giggleworthy artwork in felt-tip marker and ink." Booklist, ALA