Synopsis: A busy bunny. One messy afternoon. Can Mr. Not Me learn to clean up his act?
Mr. Not Me doesn’t always notice his own messes. And when he does, he only makes things messier.
As mamma rabbit tries to stay patient with her busy little bunny, it may just be Mr. Not Me who teaches them both the most valuable lesson of all – it’s the little things that truly matter most.
With stunning digital watercolor illustrations, Mr. Not Me is a humorous yet tender tale that’s perfect for sharing with young and old alike!
Genres: Picture Books, Children’s, Humor
Release Date: 17th November 2020
Format Read: Ebook
Thank you so much to Author Amie Borst for the ebook to read and review.
Review: This was cute, a little bunny rabbit would leave a mess or make something and ate very turn would say “not me”. It’s so adorable and was really easy to read. It certainly made me laugh reading it.
This book seemed like a perfect depiction for what families and households can be like so parents and children would love reading this together seeing the familiarity of real life in a fun, easy and quick book to read. It also doesn’t have too many words in it so it would be a good starter book for a child wanting to learn independent reading.
The book comes with the most beautiful illustrations by Meghan Higgins, they are amazingly crafted and perfect with the story.
I highly recommend that you give this a read especially if you have young kids or know someone that does, they’ll love this and find it so funny.
Where to buy: Amazon,
About Author: Amie Borst still believes in unicorns, uses glitter whenever possible and accessorizes in pink. She enjoys eating chocolate while writing and keeps a well-stocked stash hidden away from her family. A native New Yorker she currently resides in Northern Virginia with her husband, three children and a cute dog named Lily. She wishes she had a hot-pink elevator with carnival lights to travel the world. But for now, her minivan will have to do.