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Stunt Bunny: Showbiz Sensation

by Tamsyn Murray (author)

Suitable for 7 - 11 years

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Product description

“I’ll let you into a secret. My name hasn’t always been Harriet Houdini. For about twenty minutes after Susie and her dad brought me home from the pet shop, I was called Flopsy. Have you ever heard anything so ridiculous in your life?”

Meet Harriet Houdini, a rabbit with attitude! From the moment she’s adopted by the Wilson family, she shows a truly spectacular talent for escaping. Never destined to be a boring bunny, Harriet soon finds herself scouted by the producer of hit TV show Superpets – the start of a glittering career on the showbiz highwire. From daring backflips to thrilling escape acts, Harriet truly is a Stunt Bunny extraordinaire!

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781847387271

Publisher

Simon & Schuster Childrens Books

Date published

May 27th, 2010

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  • 112 pages
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    TheMileLongBookshelfBlog
    on 4 March 2013

    The cover is so cool! I love the way that it looks like Harriet is actually jumping out of the book; if you look closely and read the words behind Harriet, you can see that it’s an actual page from the book which I think is really clever. Also, it looks like Harriet has chewed her way through the cover, like she’s trying to escape, which is funny!

    I loved Harriet’s thoughts. They were so funny and cute! Harriet is such a clever bunny. The character EE (stands for Evil Edward) is a really mean character, but he gets nicer near the end of the book.

    Tamsyn is so good at writing comedy, so I expected this book to be funny and it didn’t disappoint! A bunny called Harriet Houdini who can do back-flips?! Genius. The idea for this book is amazing and I have no idea how she came up with it – brilliant!

    Any reader, of any age, will love this book. I read this book in one sitting because it was just so funny – it made me laugh out loud in places. I definitely recommend this book if you want a light, short, humourous read and it would be ideal for your little brother or sister! I give this book 5/5, I loved it!

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    Book-Club-Review-Team
    on 15 March 2011

    I loved Showbiz Sensation… it was so funny and the main character, Harriet, had brilliant adventures. The best bit was when she did a daredevil stunt. I hope there’s more stories about Harriet!

    Jude, age 8

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    kelandab
    on 3 March 2011

    It looks really good from the cover but I got bored with it half way through and gave up. I might try agian one day.

    3out of 5
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    Amber9898
    on 3 March 2011

    The cover is so cool! I love the way that it looks like Harriet is actually jumping out of the book; if you look closely and read the words behind Harriet, you can see that it’s an actual page from the book which I think is really clever. Also, it looks like Harriet has chewed her way through the cover, like she’s trying to escape, which is funny!

    I loved Harriet’s thoughts. They were so funny and cute! Harriet is such a clever bunny. The character EE (stands for Evil Edward) is a really mean character, but he gets nicer near the end of the book.

    Tamsyn is so good at writing comedy, so I expected this book to be funny and it didn’t disappoint! A bunny called Harriet Houdini who can do back-flips?! Genius. The idea for this book is amazing and I have no idea how she came up with it – brilliant!

    Any reader, of any age, will love this book. I read this book in one sitting because it was just so funny – it made me laugh out loud in places. I definitely recommend this book if you want a light, short, humourous read and it would be ideal for your little brother or sister! I give this book 5/5, I loved it!

    5out of 5