Tyrabbisaurus Rex doesn't appreciate being locked in a cage. Sure, it has three levels and is full of scrumptious veggies, but that doesn't mean he's willing to accept his fate as a classroom pet.
Ginger's not happy about the always escaping, poopy rabbit. First he chewed the dress her mom gave her. Now he keeps staring at her favorite hat. The demon bunny has got to go!
©2016 A.J. Culey (P)2016 A.J. Culey
What a fun book!!! It was witty, funny and even hit on some more serious subjects. It was well written and I liked that the language used wasn't dumbed down even though the book was geared towards younger kids.
The story is about a classroom rabbit who believes he is a Tyrabbisaurus Rex and his many adventures in the classroom and among the kids. The book is told from many alternating POVs including the rabbit's. This allows you to learn about each child and their home life throughout the book. It also gives the story a fun and unique quality.
I really enjoyed the TRab's delusions of grandeur. His idea of his cuddly cute self as a ferocious world dominating megalomaniac was hysterical.
The narrator did an excellent job. She portrayed each character in a way that was unique so that young children listening could distinguish between them easily.
I think that children will enjoy this book a lot. It's a lot of fun to listen to and the story has a good pace that will keep kids engaged.
I hope that this book is part of a series because I look forward to hearing about more of the adventures of the Tyrabbisaurus Rex!
I would like to thank the author/narrator/publisher for gifting me a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
T-rab himself. His tone fit the character to a T. So funny.
My daughter and I already owned the paper copy of the book and loved the story. We couldn't wait to see what the voice actor would do with the characters, and his interpretations (in our minds) was perfect. My daughter has listened to it multiple times and even though it is a middle-grade, it is both funny and substantial enough to hold an adult's attention as well. Well worth the buy.
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