Knuffle Bunny is a Caldecott Honor-earning picture book by Mo Willems, author of Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus. In this story, “Knuffle Bunny” is a stuffed rabbit owned by a toddler named Trixie. A stuffed rabbit that somehow disappears during a trip to the laundromat. What follows is a story of communication difficulties, and a quest for a missing bunny. The art in this book consists of black and white photographs with drawings added on top of them. This actually works pretty well. There’s even a random guy with “the Pigeon” on his shirt. See if you can spot him. Knuffle Bunny is a very quick read, as it’s only 31 pages long. It doesn’t seem to be the sort of book that you would read in front of a large group. In my opinion, it would work best one-on-one. I like the story, but I think that particularly young children may not enjoy it as much as children who are old enough to laugh at Trixie’s father’s difficulties. You will also want to make sure that the child in question has their favorite toy close to hand, just in case.