Max & Ruby at the Warthogs Wedding

Max & Ruby at the Warthogs Wedding Oh, No Max Has Lost The Wedding Ring How Can The Warthogs Wedding Go On Without The Ring Max And Ruby Lead The Search Through The Grand Hotel Down To The Laundry, Up To The Towers, Back To The Conservatory They Run, Following The Map In Grandmother S Bunnyphone Children Will Delight In Lifting The Flaps To See Where Max And Ruby Are Headed Next In This Ingenious Use Of Up To The Minute Technology In Telling Another Hilarious Story Featuring The Beloved Bunny Siblings

Librarian Note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.Rosemary Wells is the author of a number of popular children s books, most notably the Max and Ruby series which follows the everyday adventures of sibling bunnies curious three year old Max and bossy seven year old Ruby She gets the inspiration for Max and Ruby from her two daughters and the experiences they

➥ [Ebook] ➠ Max & Ruby at the Warthogs Wedding  By Rosemary Wells ➯ – Ultimatetrout.info
  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Max & Ruby at the Warthogs Wedding
  • Rosemary Wells
  • 13 March 2017
  • 9780670784615

10 thoughts on “Max & Ruby at the Warthogs Wedding

  1. says:

    Rosemary Wells can do much better than this I picked up a copy and had her autograph it and I have to say, maybe she was sick or jet lagged or something, but she wasn t at all pleasant She just basically glared at me when I told her how much I liked the Max and Ruby series and didn t say a word The autograph has her name on one side of the page and my name on the other, nothing to get excited by After I read the book today, I have serious doubts about adding the book at all to the library It is a story of Max and Ruby wandering through the hotel using their grandma s cell phone map app The phones are all flaps so won t last in a library for long, and I suspect will be dated fairly quickly The actual story line isn t particularly creative and other than telling kids how to read a map online, it really doesn t teach the kids anything, particularly with theme After all the hunting, Max, the ring boy, disappears No one seems concerned, and the wedding goes on without a hitch, leaving kids to wonder what a ring boy does, other than lose wedding rings It also seems odd that no one went to find out where Max had disappeared to for the ceremony especially if he was supposed to play a part in the wedding Not recommended for libraries and not terrific use of money to buy for home use either I don t feel One comment every other author I interacted with at ALA was delightful making the contrast with Ms Wells all the disappointing.

  2. says:

    This book is AWFUL The story is just incredibly lazy and boring, and meanders aimlessly along until it gets to its lackluster conclusion I made the classic rookie mistake of not screening this one before I read it to my story time group of 3 and 4 year olds, and as I was reading it to them I realized, with utter horror, that it was a festering turd of a story wrapped in a deceptively cute package The kids had no interest in it and, quite frankly, neither did I It s a shame that a Max and Ruby book couldn t be a sure bet, but I guess Rosemary Wells just ran out of things to say in this one.

  3. says:

    Max and Ruby are getting ready to go to the wedding Max isn t interested he s just interested in his Gob Smackers They find the wedding and then must search for the ring with the use of Grandmother s Bunnyphone I liked the Bunnyphones that had flaps that can be opened a modern and interactive touch.

  4. says:

    Max Ruby , the bunny siblings, are to attend the Warthog s wedding Ruby is a flower girl, and Max is the ring bearer Ruby is excited, and Max isn t, he only wants to play with his gob smacker Read what happens as the ring is eaten by the gob smacker then spat into the laundry chute, and the hunt for it throughout the hotel before the wedding starts.

  5. says:

    I loved watching Max and Ruby on TV as a kid, but this book is so downhill for the series Kids don t need to be convinced that they can t solve a problem without an iPhone Ruined the whole book.

  6. says:

    My daughter picked this out at the library and wanted to read it last night It ended up being a cute book I was able to actually make it interactive There were lift the flaps showing the GPS on the bunnyphone I would ask my daughter to find the dot showing where they were And at the beginning of the book the grandma tells them that when they hear the wedding bells, they have to make it to the chapel it was shown on the map and I pointed it out to my daughter So as soon as we heard the wedding bells, I asked my daughter where they needed to go She s only 2 so she couldn t tell me the chapel , but she pointed to the room I was so excited to see her remembering and comprehending things from the story This is why I read to her every night It was a proud parent moment Overall it was a fun read and a nice interactive book to read with your child.

  7. says:

    This seems to be happening a lot lately I buy the latest book from a well respected, long time children s author only to be disappointed with the book Are they just phoning it in now I ve got to stop thinking that just because it s the latest book from fill in the blank , I must buy it for the library

  8. says:

    I think this was the first Max and Ruby book that I didn t like.

  9. says:

    SM

  10. says:

    Who said you shouldn t take small children to a wedding All you need is a cell phone and a gob smackerno problem

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