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by Rosemary Wells




Ruby is busy sending out party invitations, so Max decides he'll write a letter too, asking for a special present. But when the postman delivers the letter to Grandma, she thinks Max is just saying hello. So Max sends another letter. It soon becomes clear to Grandma that Max is asking for something special. The only question is what? With eight clever flaps to lift, this heartwarming and interactive picture book gives Rosemary Wells fans even more reasons to love Max and Ruby, who are now starring in their own Nickelodeon television show.
Download Bunny Mail: A Max & Ruby Lift-the-Flap Book epub
ISBN: 0670036307
ISBN13: 978-0670036301
Category: Children
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Author: Rosemary Wells
Language: English
Publisher: Viking Books for Young Readers (September 27, 2004)
Pages: 32 pages
ePUB size: 1843 kb
FB2 size: 1661 kb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 743
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GAZANIK
I used it in my pre-k class. The class love the flip ups and they love getting mail. I have a mailbox in my class for parents to write noted to the students through out the day so the students are thrilled with opening the mailbox. The students really got involved in the clues Max left in his letters to his grandmother for what gift he wanted, The class stayed focused on the story.
Tinavio
He can only learn by repitition and he recognizes and just loves Bunny Mail. If you could have seen this little mans eyes light up, it would have brought a smile to your face and a tear to your eye.
Gom
I bought this book for my 5 year old niece because I got tired of renting it from the library. I got this as a present for her after her parent-teacher conference. She absolutely adores this book and wanted it read to her every day. She is in kindergarten and learning to read and almost read the whole book by herself, only needing a little help. It's a simple cute flap book that's great for kids learning to read. It's creative and can inspire the little ones to write or draw their own mail, which is what she wanted to do, send a letter to Granma.
Danial
My son LOVES this book so we bought it for my niece. Super cute, funny story and the flaps on the "letters" are fun for kids to open.
Winotterin
This is one of our favorite books. We read it again and again and laugh each time. Rosemary Wells is simply brilliant.
Jarortr
This is a cute book. My girls (5, 3 and 3) all love it. Fairly sturdy lift the flaps (ours haven't torn) allow you to read letters sent back and forth between grandma and Max. Grandma doesn't quite know what Max is writing...but through persistant problem solving (similar to Max's grocery list in Bunny Cakes) Max keeps writing and Grandma figures out that Max wants a Sand Spitter motorcycle. Max thinks he is writing Santa the whole time (the mailman thinks Max is writing grandma, so he delivers them to her). If you are a person that finds Ruby a little too much, she's makes a few discouraging comments to Max about writing Santa in the summer (not anything particularly mean) and she is smiling for Max when a package from Santa arrives in the end. Nice touch...Max writes Santa a thank you note on the last page.
Rexfire
My son got this book Easter morning. We've read it 15 times so far today! It has flaps you can lift so that you can read the letters Max and Ruby and Grandma write to each other. It's so cute and so original. We love it.
This is a great book to read to the grandkids especially if they love Max and Ruby cartoons. The book is easy to read and understand.