Picture Book Review: Piggy Bunny by Rachel Vail

Looking for your next read? Check out Piggy Bunny by Rachel Vail, reviewed by Fulco Library staff, Kate L.

In this sweet picture book, we get to meet Liam an adorable little piglet whose only wish is to be the Easter Bunny. Now that’s not too outlandish, is it? After all, Liam practices hopping every day, works on his egg delivery technique, and even tries to find enthusiasm for eating salad. He does not like greens that much, but he still eats it, as a good bunny would.

Liam’s family lovingly try to point out that he is a piglet and he should want to be a pig when he grows up. No one really believes in his dream, except for Grandma and that makes all the difference. Grandma orders a bunny costume, which is a bit tight on the belly, a bit itchy all around and the ears are not quite perky either. But when Liam puts it on, it’s perfect. When he looks in the mirror, he sees the Easter Bunny in the reflection…and guess what? Everyone believes in the Easter Bunny!

This book delivers a message to both young and old to cherish your dreams and never give up, even when it seems impossible. Sometimes the smallest gesture can make the biggest impact and help you achieve it.

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Piggy Bunny

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