Big Mean Mike by Michelle Knudsen
  

Synopsis

Big Mean Mike by Michelle Knudsen

What happens when a big tough bruiser of a dog comes up against a bunch of sweet fluffy bunnies? Will his big tough heart melt? Big Mean Mike is the biggest, toughest dog in the whole neighbourhood. He has a big mean car that he likes to drive around the big, mean streets. Everyone knows that Mike is big and mean and that's just the way he likes it. Then one day a tiny fuzzy bunny shows up in his car. Before anyone can see, Mike puts the bunny down on the pavement and drives away. When the tiny fuzzy bunny shows up again and this time brings a friend, Mike tells them both to get lost. Big, mean dogs do not hang out with tiny, fuzzy bunnies! But gosh, those bunnies are SO sweet...

Reviews

... seeing the bunnies charm their way into Mike's heart will keep readers attentive - and laughing. (Publishers Weekly)

About the Author

Michelle Knudsen is the author of the best-selling picture book Library Lion, illustrated by Kevin Hawkes; Argus, illustrated by Andrea Wesson; and the fantasy novels The Dragon of Trelian and The Princess of Trelian. Michelle Knudsen lives in Brooklyn, New York. Scott Magoon has illustrated several books for children, including The Boy Who Loved Cars by Kara LaReau. Scott Magoon lives near Boston, Massachusetts.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
40 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Michelle Knudsen
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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

4th July 2013

ISBN

9781406345025


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