Knuffle Bunny is Great! The remaining 60 minutes is not.
J. T. Alderman | Greensboro, NC USA | 02/05/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Knuffle Bunny is great, it's awesome - but it's only 5 minutes long. The Scholastic Storybook Treasures feature a "main event" that gets you to buy the disc. Then they fill the rest of the DVD like the undercard of a major boxing match. The second story - "Shrinking Violet" is very good also. Two good stories, but the remaining stories are quite boring. At least, my three and a half year old thought so. Knuffle Bunny and Shrinking Violet are worth the price, just don't expect the full DVD to be as good as Knuffle Bunny."
Terrific Video of a Wonderful Story!
Miriam L. Hartman | Virginia | 12/04/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Knuffle Bunny is a wonderful story to share with young children and this video enhances the story by making it even more special. Having both Trixie and her dad narrate makes the story more real. I used in with my K-2 grade library classes and both boys and girls identified with Trixie losing her bunny. They all laughed when she started bawling and her daddy tried to hide with her behind a tree. They all also know what going 'boneless" meant and many admitted that they had gone "boneless" more than once. The love between father and daughter shines bright, making this a must have video for lovers of the book."
Loves her bunny!
Researchin' Mom | Atlanta, GA | 02/25/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Like Trixie, my 3 yr old daughter has a very special bunny. We fell in love with the Knuffle Bunny and Knuffle Bunny Too books right away. Our daughter can really relate to Trixie and now and then even calls her bunny 'knuffle bunny'. As far as the dvd, our daughter loves watching Knuffle Bunny, Planting a Rainbow and Will I Have a Friend?. The other stories don't seem to have her interest, however that is probably just an age or personality thing. I am happy for her to watch books being read to her and word tracking on the screen. Our daughter loves to be read to, but I think she enjoys seeing some familiar books come alive with animation."