The Adventures of Mr. Fuzzy Ears: The Mystery of the Missing Bunnies

The Adventures of Mr. Fuzzy Ears: The Mystery of the Missing Bunnies

*AWARD-WINNING – Best Children’s Book of 2020!(Pacific Book Review)*

When Mr. Fuzzy Ears finds the bunnies, they are distracted with all sorts of Screen Things and bad things are happening. Mr. Fuzzy Ears helps them through their problems, then reminds them that real life is more fun than Screen Things. In the end, all agree that the love of family and adventures are truly what makes life great!


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The Adventures of Mr. Fuzzy Ears by Donna Carr Roberts is a children’s book that tells the story of The Mystery of the Missing Bunnies. Typically, the animals are happy on the university campus; they run free and live life to the fullest. But the bunnies have gone, disappeared, and no one has seen them for days. The police need help, so they ask Mr. Fuzzy Ears to investigate. With all his animal friends, Mr. Fuzzy Ears starts hunting for the bunnies – he searches everywhere and asks everyone if they’ve seen them. Eventually, he finds them hanging out in the computer room – they were so caught up with all the screen things that they lost track of time and forgot where they were. But something bad has happened while they’ve been distracted. Can Mr. Fuzzy Ears solve the mystery and help the bunnies discover what makes life so good for them?

The Adventures of Mr. Fuzzy Ears by Donna Carr Roberts is a nice story with some great illustrations to bring it to life. It’s more than just a story; there are several messages throughout, teaching kids the importance of caring for animals and treating them with the love and kindness they deserve. The character, Mr. Fuzzy Ears, is based on a real dog, and Donna has done him justice, along with all the other wonderful characters she has created. The story is written in easy-to-understand language, and it will become a fast favorite with all kids, one they’ll want to read over and again. It’s a good story and lovely illustrations with an olde-worlde feel to them. I highly recommended as an addition to any kids’ library.

Anne-Marie Reynolds

Readers’ Favorite

This was a heartwarming and engaging children’s book. The warmth of the watercolor illustrations immediately drew me into this narrative. The fun aspect of these animal detectives and the mysteries will capture the children’s minds and hearts immediately, and the suspense of this book is a great introduction to the mystery genre for younger readers.
The theme and message of this book really will speak to both parents and children alike. The dangers of overuse of technology, from smartphones and video game consoles to television itself, is truly a relevant subject in this world we live in. The need to find a great balance between technology and the world around us is so important, and finding our love for our family and nature itself is a great message that plays out wonderfully in this mystery read.

Anthony Avina


As a former early childhood special education teacher and a school psychologist, I have read and recommended many books for young children, and I highly recommend “Mr. Fuzzy Ears.” For preschoolers, the story is engrossing. For new readers, the tale will hold their attention and the simple vocabulary will help them meet with success. The message of the story is a bonus. This book is an ideal gift.

Helen K.

Former Special Education Teacher, Journalist