In this third book about Pete, he can t stop thinking about the new girl in his class even though the other kids are teasing him.
When Bunny joins Miss Pooch s class, Pete can t stop staring at her. He thinks about Bunny all the time even when he s eating dinner and when he s brushing his teeth.
But when Pete sits next to Bunny on the school bus, the other kids all shout, Pete likes Bunny Pete likes Bunny At home, a dejected Pete confides in Mom, who thoughtfully suggests that Pete give Bunny flowers.
As in the first two Pete books, “Pete Won t Eat”and”Pete Makes a Mistake,” Emily Arnold McCully portrays profound emotions and important relationships especially between parent and child through simple text and eloquent body language and facial expressions.”