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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
In Use Words (Little Bunny Series) by Dianne Miller, young readers see Little Bunny's mommy asking him to use words instead of screaming. Little Bunny is in the supermarket with his mommy and he wants candy. Little Bunny starts wailing when Mommy tells him they have sweets at home. She asks him to use words to tell her how he feels. Little Bunny tells her that he gets mad when he does not get the things he wants. Little Bunny goes to the park with his daddy, and he tells Little Bunny not to push while going on the slide. Little Bunny does not like to stand in line and wait. Little Bunny learns to express himself using words instead of pushing, wailing and pouting.
Dianne Miller encourages children to express their emotions and feelings using words through this wonderful storybook. Her illustrations help young readers to connect well with what she is trying to convey. Little Bunny is adorable, real, and relatable and many children will be able to understand his behavior. It is a good storybook for parents and tutors to educate children on how to express themselves properly with words, instead of using emotions, so that their communicative skills develop as they grow and meet challenges in a healthy manner. This book is simple and will be easy for parents and tutors to use with youngsters for read-aloud sessions or have an interactive session at home or school on how to use words and express themselves clearly.