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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
Adventures of the Super Bunny Club is an animal adventure novel for children, grades k-3, written by Dale Perry and illustrated by Peter Wilks. Blue, a gray lop-eared bunny, got right to work creating his PictoBun account on the night he came home with his new hoomin (which is how bunnies refer to humans) parents. He was feeling nervous and scared, and being a smart and social bunny, he realized that making a new friend or two would help him feel better. Being a young bunny, he also wanted to see what other bunnies chose as their career paths. Blue was gravitating towards being a race car driver. He was, after all, an extraordinarily speedy bunny.
Dale Perry’s Adventures of the Super Bunny Club is a fast-paced and fun look at the secret world of bunnies and what they do when their hoomins are not awake or around. It’s also a marvelous introduction to rabbits and rabbit care that had me stopping and checking out the different types of bunnies each time a new breed was introduced. I quickly became knowledgeable about lop-ears, English lop-ears, lion manes and a number of other different bunny breeds. And while they may look very different and may be more or less docile or agreeable about being held, they are all bunnies, as Blue and his fellow Super Bunny Club members discover.
As kids read about the club’s bunny antics, they also learn about the Super Bunny Club rules, which in my opinion are important for hoomins and bunnies alike. This well-written and engaging book is written by a bunny’s hoomin, Blue’s hoomin, to be precise, and each of the bunnies in the Super Bunny Club is patterned after Blue’s real-life friends -- how much more authentic can you get? Perry’s plot is fun, and the characters are amazing. Peter Wilks’ illustrations work so well with the story and showcase the bunnies and bunny behavior most eloquently. Adventures of the Super Bunny Club is most highly recommended.