Official Review: The Invisible Blue Rabbits

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Re: Official Review: The Invisible Blue Rabbits

Post by arcie72 » 24 May 2018, 16:57

Thank you for your detailed and descriptive review. It is refreshing to see that a children's book combined the true meaning of Easter (religion) with the Easter bunny having a support role. From your review this sounds like a wonderful book to teach children not only about Easter but about overcoming problems. It is hard to find a true melding of religion and secular beliefs that don't have a touch of negative undertones. I will definitely recommend this book to my friends who work a the local church.

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Post by Riszell » 24 May 2018, 21:23

It sounds like an adorable story plus I like that Donald turned to God for help. This is great to recommend for kids not just Eastertide but even in Ordinary times of the year

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Post by julessawyer » 08 Jul 2018, 01:03

This is really touching. This is a good book if it teaches gender equality and open mindedness about it. And to young children and christian context. Nice! :D Thanks for the enlightening review.

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Post by LaurenHaupt » 08 Jul 2018, 23:36

Great review. I agree with you on the colors. Brighter colors would draw more attention to children.Although the cover is cute, it could be more colorful. I like the theme to the story.I like how the book throws in what Easter is all about.

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