Bunny the Brave War Horse

Bunny the Brave HorseBunny is a horse with long ears, a big heart and lots of courage. Through the darkest days of World War I Bunny suffers through war with two brothers, one of which will give his lose his life in the war to end all wars. For man and horse the war-torn world of Europe now pockmarked with crevices, mud and barbed wire is no place for anyone to be. But soldier on they do.

Based on a true story young readers will find this picture book well worth a read. With well-done illustration and a lovable horse to follow through the story with youngsters will be presented with some of the harsh realities of war without going too deep into a very tragic event. World War I is presented in a way that the subject matter is not too heavy and easily digested. Quite possible Bunny the Brave War Horse will leave children wanting to know more about this sad period.

DISCLAIMER: In accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising” we would like to note that we received an electronic copy of “Bunny the Brave War Horse”  provided by the publishers Kids Can Press, through NetGalley.com in exchange for our honest review.

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2 thoughts on “Bunny the Brave War Horse

    • Not enough. 😉 Well this one was a picture book, another was an illustrated chapter book, one book I didn’t finish and A Match of Wits didn’t take long to zip through. So really I read only one “real” book as juvy books are fairly quick reads. And yes, sometimes I really do read picture books. The secrets out! 😛 The number of books read really depends on the amount of spare spare time (that is not a typo) I have each week.

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