Mummy Bunny is really dumb. Daddy Bunny is even dumber. And Baby Bunny is the dumbest bunny of all| One day, Baby Bunny drives Mummy Bunny and Daddy Bunny into town. They go bowling at the library, have a picnic in the carwash and return home to find Little Red Goldilocks has been sleeping in their porridge and eating their beds. Join the ...
Mummy Bunny is really dumb. Daddy Bunny is even dumber. And Baby Bunny is the dumbest bunny of all| One day, Baby Bunny drives Mummy Bunny and Daddy Bunny into town. They go bowling at the library, have a picnic in the carwash and return home to find Little Red Goldilocks has been sleeping in their porridge and eating their beds. Join the stupidest family around for a barmy adventure that will have you in stitches, from Dav Pilkey, creator of "Captain Underpants".
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Publishers Weekly, 1993-11-22 Denim and Pilkey parody a parody in this supremely silly effort. The jacket art, placing the title characters in the room featured in Goodnight Moon , loudly proclaims the author and artist's dependence on allusions; their book, dedicated to James Marshall, is clearly indebted to Marshall and Henry Allard's Stupids books, with a dose of Marshall's version of Goldilocks thrown in for good measure. Here, three roly-poly, bucktoothed pink bunnies grin goofily as they leave their porridge on the table and head to town. Poppa Bunny wears polka-dotted Y-front briefs and scratches his head in befuddlement, Baby Bunny picks his nose and puts ketchup on his watermelon, and Momma Bunny wears obnoxious harlequin glasses and a baseball cap marked ``Duh.'' Meanwhile, back at their ``log cabin made out of bricks,'' Little Red Goldilocks (who has skin ``as white as snow'') makes herself comfortable. Denim's deadpan narration complements the all-out corniness of Pilkey's colorful illustrations, but it doesn't capture the amiability of the Stupids (or, for that matter, of Pilkey's beatifically bemused Dragon). Ages 4-8. (Jan.)
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