Annotations for There's No One I Love Like You


Baker & Taylor
Disliking his mom's rules about washing his ears and cleaning his room, Little Bunny decides to move in with a series of friends, but every new home he goes to introduces a new problem--from tripping over piles of messy toys at Mouse's house to discovering that Squirrel's house is up way too high--before Little Bunny realizes that his own home is best.

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Baker & Taylor
Disliking his mom's rules about washing his ears and cleaning his room, Little Bunny decides to move in with a series of friends, but every new home he tries introduces a new problem.

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Ingram Publishing Services
Little Bunny doesn't like it when his mommy asks him to wash his ears and clean his room, so he decides to move in with his friends. But every new home he tries introduces a new problem. Little Bunny trips over the piles of toys at Mouse's house and Squirrel's house is up too high. Even his cousin's house isn't right. Something is missing!
Little Bunny soon discovers there's no place like home--even if you do occasionally disagree.


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