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Reviewed by Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite
Author Pamela Tomlin’s Bunny Blue, Where Are You? is a children’s book that tells a story almost every reader has experienced, or will one day experience. The case of the very loved, but very missing stuffed animal. Emma, in particular, has lost her favorite stuffed animal, Bunny Blue. The story is meant to be read in the same sing-song tune as “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”. The illustrations, created by illustrator Tamara Piper, are a winning combination alongside the narrative. Stuffed animals come to life in vibrant colors and through their myriad expressions. You can see tiny bits of what their personalities might be like through their given names, such as Magic Monkey and Banjo Bear.
Bunny Blue, Where Are You? really grabbed hold of my heart. I too lost my favorite stuffed animal, a jackrabbit. I found him in a garbage bag, and as rabbits are wont to do, he had multiplied. I loved this story, and I feel that everyone can relate to it. I feel that there can even be a deeper message hidden within that could keep us all aware of how to treat the important people in our lives. The illustrations were brought to life by Tamara Piper; you could almost believe that all of the colorful characters were truly looking for Bunny Blue. I found the idea of singing the narrative to the tune of a nursery rhyme to be quite charming and inventive. Bunny Blue, Where Are You? will bring smiles and inspire moments between family members to be filled with magic by the end.