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Macmillan Children's Book

Bunjitsu Bunny vs. Bunjitsu Bunny

Bunjitsu Bunny (Volume 4)

Author: John Himmelman

Bunjitsu Bunny vs. Bunjitsu Bunny

Bunjitsu Bunny vs. Bunjitsu Bunny

$7.99

About This Book

The further adventures of Isabel the Bunjitsu Bunny, packed with action and Zen-inspired wisdoma fun chapter book with two color illustrations throughout

Isabel...

Page Count
128
On Sale
10/16/2018

Book Details

The further adventures of Isabel the Bunjitsu Bunny, packed with action and Zen-inspired wisdoma fun chapter book with two color illustrations throughout

Isabel is the best bunjitsu artist in her class. She can throw farther, kick higher, and hit harder than anybunny else. But her strongest weapon is her mind.

Bunjitsu Bunny vs. Bunjitsu Bunny, the fourth book in this series by John Himmelman, follows Isabel as she makes friends, faces her fears, and fights her toughest opponent yetherself!

Read the whole Bunjitsu Bunny series:
Tales of Bunjitsu Bunny
Bunjitsu Bunny's Best Move
Bunjitsu Bunny Jumps to the Moon
Bunjitsu Bunny vs. Bunjitsu Bunny

Praise for Bunjitsu Bunny Jumps to the Moon:

"Isabel does a good job of approaching every challenge with spunk and determination, and manages to do the right things under the circumstances. . . . As part of the Bunjitsu Bunny series, this book is appropriate for children who are beginning to read chapter books, and the stories are fun to read aloud to younger children." —Childrens Literature

Praise for Tales of Bunjitsu Bunny:

"Cleverly wrapped in an entertaining package, the zen-type morals are edifying but not preachy and serve to genuinely enrich the stories." —The Horn Book, starred review

Imprint Publisher

Square Fish

ISBN

9781250177209

In The News

Praise for Bunjitsu Bunny Jumps to the Moon:

"Isabel does a good job of approaching every challenge with spunk and determination, and manages to do the right things under the circumstances. . . . As part of the Bunjitsu Bunny series, this book is appropriate for children who are beginning to read chapter books, and the stories are fun to read aloud to younger children." —Childrens Literature

Praise for Tales of Bunjitsu Bunny:

"Cleverly wrapped in an entertaining package, the zen-type morals are edifying but not preachy and serve to genuinely enrich the stories." —The Horn Book, starred review

"A series of Zen lessons touched with gentle humor." —Kirkus Reviews

"Delightful . . . reminiscent of Arnold Lobel's Frog and Toad stories or Jon Muth's ever-popular Zen Shorts." —School Library Journal

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Bunjitsu Bunny vs. Bunjitsu Bunny

Bunjitsu Bunny vs. Bunjitsu Bunny

$7.99