Audrey Bunny {Children’s Book Review}

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Audrey Bunny

From best-selling women’s author Angie Smith (I Will Carry You, Mended) comes this sweet children’s book about a stuffed animal named Audrey Bunny who fears her imperfections make her unworthy of a little girl’s love. She’ll learn the truth soon enough, and young readers will learn that everyone is special and wonderfully made by God.

In today’s society it’s hard to feel comfortable just being who you are – especially for young girls. They’re often told what to wear (and modest is NOT it!), “thin is in,” the hairstyle to have, etc. Even little girls as young as my daughter, who is only 5, start to feel the pressure! It wasn’t that long ago that she cut her hair because she has curly hair and “wanted her hair to be pretty.” I was heartbroken for her. I LOVE her blonde curly hair! I would love it if it were any other color and wavy or straight, too! What a wonderful book Audrey Bunny is to remind young girls that they are special just the way they are! God made them special, and they are unique and beautiful!

In the book Audrey Bunny has a mark that kept her from being chosen by other children, and once she WAS chosen she did everything she could to hide her mark. Eventually she discovers she was actually chosen BECAUSE of that mark! It is such a beautiful portrayal of how we see ourselves versus how we are seen – particularly by our Maker. At the end of the book there are even questions to spark a discussion about points in the story. Our boys sat in on the story as well, but unfortunately, they weren’t sure how to answer the questions. Because of our kids’ special needs social type questions can be harder for them to answer. It actually took us a while to discover the reason sweet Aurora had cut her hair all those months ago because she had a hard time expressing it!

Audrey Bunny

Do you know what else I love about Audrey Bunny? It doesn’t just have to be about physical appearance. It can also be a great reminder that our children are special and wonderfully made by God, too, even though they may not be like other children because of their special needs. God created them to be unique. In fact, each child is unique, aren’t they? That’s how God designed us, and this story is such a great reminder that it’s not only OK – it’s how it’s supposed to be!

We really like Audrey Bunny, and I think it’s a great book to share with young girls because I think it holds an extremely important message!

About the Author:

Angie Smith is the wife of Todd Smith (lead singer of Dove Award winning group Selah), best-selling author of Mended, I Will Carry You, and What Women Fear, and one of the most popular speakers and blog writers in the country. She holds a Master’s degree in Developmental Psychology from Vanderbilt University and lives with her husband and daughters in Nashville, TN.

For More Information:

Visit the Audrey Bunny Information Page on B&H Publishing
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  1. Kelly Massman says

    I would keep it to share with all of the little ones in my life!!

  2. Denise

    I would give this book to my granddaughters

  3. Melray Rosario says

    I would keep it and read it to my son every night!!!

  4. I would keep this book and read it to my daughters!

  5. Jan Hall

    I would give this book to my grandkids

  6. Lynn Buttedal says

    I would give it to my grandkids! Love the drawings!!!!

  7. Dolly Madison says

    I’d give it to my younger sister. She’d love it! 🙂

  8. Heather Pfingsten says

    I would give this book to my daughter. I would LOVE to read it to her!

  9. This would be for my 3 daughters. =0)

  10. i would give it to my son, and if it is a particularly good book, I’ll share it with his friends.

  11. Jennifer Johansen says

    I’d give it to my daughter.

  12. Julia Cosgrove says

    I’d give this to my kids for Christmas.

  13. I would give it to a young friend who just had a baby girl named…Audrey 🙂

  14. Wendy Mastin says

    I would give to my daughter’s best friend, Amanda, whose daughter is named, Audrey.

  15. Mia Dentice Carey

    I would give it to my son

  16. Kimberly Anthony says

    I would give this to my daughter

  17. Wendy Hutton says

    I would give it my 3 yrs old grand niece

  18. Elissa Mahler says

    I would give this to either my niece or nephews!

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