Sarah's Stars

Dav Pilkey. Dumb Bunnies’ Easter
Scholastic  $7.99  ISBN 978-0-545-00880-8  32 pg.
Reviewed by Keegan, Age 14

So Poppa and Baby Bunny went out and found a wonderful tree. It was right in their neighbor’s front yard.

Poppa Bunny took out his saw and chopped the tree down. Chop! Chop! Chop!

Then Poppa Bunny carried the Easter tree home.

The Dumb Bunnies are just as they are called, dumb bunnies. For example if you told them to take out the trash, they would probably take it out for dinner, or some other wacky thing. Of course their wild antics annoy everyone else, but they don’t even realize that they’re doing it. Heck, they probably think that they are the sane ones, and that everyone else is crazy.

Dav Pilkey has done it again, with another amazingly witty book about Dumb Bunnies that leaves you laughing your head off. If you like his other series, The Adventures of Captain Underpants, then you’ll love the Dumb Bunnies’ Easter; a picture book intended for younger readers. Even so, I enjoyed it completely. The cover is appealing, and gives a bit of an insight on what to expect from the story. Inside, every page is filled with colourful pictures, which only enhance the absurdity of the story.

I would recommend this book to anyone with a sense of humour, it’s easy and fun to read, and toddlers can look at the funny, colourful pictures.

I give the Dumb Bunnies’ Easter 5 wacky stars.


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