Go behind the scenes of Mr Bunny's chocolate factory. This quirky book is packed with fun, imaginative and sweet things to admire (and eat!).
Mr. Bunny does not treat his chicken workers very well and they decide it's time they fought back. They want better conditions, more holiday and better chicken rights ('Power to the Poultry'). When they go on strike, he realises he should be treating them right...
This vibrant picture book from Roald Dahl Funny Prize-shortlisted author Elys Dolan is packed with amazing and hilarious artwork that children will spend hours poreing over as they look forward to Easter.
You can't fault any of Elys Dolan's picture books - we read Weasels over and over and Mr Bunny's Chocolate Factory was a welcome addition to our collection. The story itself is great fun - a very positive message and would be a great story to read for Empathy Day, either at school or home, and is told almost in a comic style with speech bubbles as well as regular text. There is so much interest and excitement on each page, you can read this over and over again, getting more references every time. Age wise, my 9-year-old loves it but I can equally imagine reading it with a 3 or 4-year-old and them enjoying it just as much. As an adult, it had me interested (and laughing) the whole way through and I am always happy to read it over and over again! The hardback is great value from here - cheaper than the paperback. Brilliant!