Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue


Read by Abigail Rasmussen

(4.4 stars; 9 reviews)

This book follows the adventures of Bunny Brown, a 6-year old lively little boy, and his Sister Sue, a happy 5-year old little girl. You will enjoy learning of their adorable antics and delightful chatter. The Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue series were published by the Stratemeyer Syndicate from 1916-1930. (Introduction by Abigail Rasmussen) (4 hr 21 min)

Chapters

01 - Aunt Lu Arrives 14:22 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
02 - The Lost Ring 13:27 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
03 - Wango, the Monkey 7:43 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
04 - The Empty House 10:13 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
05 - Locked In 7:44 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
06 - Adrift in a Boat 13:06 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
07 - Bunny Goes Fishing 7:48 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
08 - Sue Falls In 11:02 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
09 - The Rescue Dog 7:26 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
10 - A Trolley Ride 11:09 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
11 - Lost 8:59 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
12 - Found 8:50 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
13 - Sue and the Goat 7:06 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
14 - A Little Party 9:26 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
15 - George Watson's Trick 12:25 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
16 - The Lemonade Stand 9:19 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
17 - The Moving Pictures 13:06 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
18 - Wango and the Candy 12:23 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
19 - Bunny in a Queer Place 9:44 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
20 - Splash Runs Away 12:32 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
21 - How Sue Found the Eggs 9:52 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
22 - Aunt Lu is Sad 14:35 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
23 - An Automobile Ride 10:16 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
24 - The Punch and Judy Show 11:01 Read by Abigail Rasmussen
25 - The Lobster Claw 7:50 Read by Abigail Rasmussen

Reviews

Good but not great.


(3.5 stars)

Good story though :-)

Cute story


(3 stars)

Bunny and Sue are a young brother and sister from about 100 or so years ago. They have all sorts of little adventures together, none of which are particularly exciting, but this is to be expected as the characters are only six and five. The book was very capably narrated by a young reader, and I appreciate her time and effort. I recommend this book to families with young children, although I would suggest that parents listen with their children, or at least discuss it. It's pretty good considering it's from the classic era, there's no overt racism etc. But the kids of circa 1900 had freedoms that most parents today wouldn't want their kids copying.