When Betty Bunny eats chocolate cake for the first time, she declares, "I am going to marry chocolate cake." She loves it so much that she takes a piece to school with her in her pocket and refuses to eat anything else. Betty's mom tells Betty that she needs to eat healthy food first, and have patience—because cake is for dessert, not pockets. But Betty doesn't want to have patience, she wants to have chocolate cake. A hilarious tribute to chocolate lovers of all ages, this book by Michael Kaplan is a great treat for kids.
A charming recreation of the beloved storybook character, our doll has lovely, soft chenille ears, a fringe of hair (with carrot barrette), and real thread whiskers. She wears a big fabric flower silk-screened on her bright-red shirt, a blue corduroy skirt, and green polka-dot stockings. Despite her flair for fashion, it's the fabric-crafted piece of chocolate cake tucked in her pocket that matters to this doll. A great way to bring her storybook story to life, she also makes an enchanting friend for kids.
Betty Bunny Loves Chocolate Cake Book
A good lesson of patience for kids
Fun and entertaining
Great companion doll for the book Betty Bunny Loves Chocolate Cake
Fashionably dressed cloth doll has chenille ears and thread hair and whiskers
Has a fabric-crafted piece of chocolate cake tucked in her pocket
For ages 3 and up.
Book: 9-1/4" x 6-1/4", 32 pages
Doll: 11-1/2" tall