Thursday, October 10, 2013

Audrey Bunny {a sweet little book!}

I was given THE sweetest little book to review.

And oh, goodness, is it precious.


by Angie Smith


If you have a kiddo who has a scar of some sort, particularly a heart surgery scar,
this book really needs to be a regular read for your Little Darling!
Sweet little Audrey Bunny tries so hard to hide the unsightly mark on her chest,
thinking no one would possibly love her because of it.
But much to her surprise, she finds out how very wrong she is!


It's really such a lovely book with beautiful illustrations and a great message.





And guess what!

I've been given a copy to give away.
Hooray!!!


Leave me a comment saying you'd like to be included in the drawing.
I'll pick a name on Saturday!









18 comments:

Joanne Reddell said...

Hi!!! It's your long-lost Colorado friend! Yes, please, this book sounds so sweet.

Love & miss you, girlie!

Holly said...

Sounds like a wonderful book. I'd love to be included in your drawing! Sarah has a scar from where her "tubees" were. :)

The Winslow Family of 10 said...

I have 6 adopted children that have a variety of "scars", and 2 more kiddos coming from another country soon! I'd LOVE a copy of this book!

Vicky said...

Sounds like a great book for my girls with scars! Please include me too!

Wendy said...

I would love to be able to read this book to my little China doll who has a few scars but is just plain beautiful!

Nancy said...

I feel greedy entering, since I won the last book giveaway...it was great, by the way!

But I have JUST the sweet China girl in mind for this book...so very perfect!!!

Nancy in CT

Susan A said...

I would *love* to have a copy! I love bunnies and studying how cute pictures are painted and drawn, I would love to learn how to create a book similar to this.. I may be working as a tea her aide soon and this book may come in handy sharing with deaf children :)

Susan A said...

tea her aide.. I meant teacher's aide.. spell check goofed it up :)

Natalie said...

Sounds like a sweet book. I would love to read it.

AlbinoPrincess said...

That book sounds so sweet! I would love to win a copy. =)

Isabelle et Ella said...

I have the perfect little China girl in mind for this book who after having 6 heart surgeries in less than 3 years would love to see that she is not the only one like her!
Thanks for doing this!

isabelle

Kathy said...

Please enter me in the drawing. My granddaughter had part of her thumb severed in a door. It will help when she gets older and is concerned about why her thumb looks different.

Bethany said...

I'd love to be entered!

Carol A said...

Please enter me into the drawing. My daughter has an amputated heal pad on one foot, and I think this book would be appropriate for her.

Anonymous said...

Lori,
I have read your blog for a long time and never commented. But, I really must tell you that my youngest is sporting a decent haircut because of your instructional blog post on how to hold the scissors at an angle. My next to youngest wiggled...so that doesn't count. I just tell people she cut her own hair.
My son is having open heart surgery in February so the book would you reviewed would be right up his alley.
Oh, and I've made some of your tasty recipes, too. I think I'll write you in for president in 2016.
Amy

sandykreps@yahoo.com said...

Our youngest son had life saving heart surgery in February...I would love to read him this book!

Julie Crainshaw said...

I had heart surgery when I was little. I'll have to look this book up.

Heather M said...

Please enter me too! It looks like a sweet book! :)

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