A special Christmas tree decorated with handwritten wishes helps Evan and his group of orphaned students develop a connection and a sense of family. A warm-hearted Christmas tale to remind us that in the holiday season, the best gifts in life are the simple ones, and that miracles do happen, if you believe.
Leaving her seemingly glamorous Hollywood life on hold, Evie Lee is forced to return to her small hometown of Balsam Falls, Tennessee and her family's once-thriving Christmas tree farm to The Christmas Bunny is the story of a Michigan family, facing tough economic times, who take in a withdrawn foster child, Julia Sophie Bolen. Convinced she's unlovable, Julia dreams of becoming "real," like the Velveteen Rabbit in her treasured storybook video. When a real-life rabbit is injured by her foster brother in an accident, Julia meets the Bunny Lady, a local recluse who cares for people's cast-away pets, and both their lives are changed by the encounter.
Written by AJ. In Ottawa County in western Michigan, the Cooper family is in financial trouble because Scott has lost his engineering job and his wife Patti's job painting furniture doesn't pay enough. They have a son Billy. One way to help the family make money is to take in a foster child. Julia is on her fifth foster home. Her mother keeps getting in trouble, and has given Julia up only to ask for her back and get in trouble again.
Julia arrives but won't talk. She has a video of "The Velveteen Rabbit" which she immediately starts watching, and she won't stop.
The family goes to Uncle Chip's house, which is really nice. Chip has money and can offer Scott a job but Scott won't take it. The family opens presents on Christmas Eve because Chip, his wife and his son and daughter are going to Mexico on the big day. One of the presents results in a serious injury to a rabbit in the woods; the bunny appears to be a pet. Julia picks it up and holds it, and Scott and Patti go to the vet. The vet wants a lot more money than the family can afford, but it is possible for the rabbit to recover without him doing anything.
This will require help from someone who knows rabbits, and there is a place. The family has seen the old house where Betsy Ross lives, with a sign saying "Rabbits" out front. Betsy takes the rabbit, saying she knows exactly what to do, and the family should come back next Tuesday. This is after Julia starts school.source url
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So will the rabbit get well? Will Julia adapt to her new situation? Will Scott get a job? Will Julia's mom show up for Christmas? Sophia Bolen does a great job.
She doesn't have to say much, and when she does talk, she shows a wide range. If you're looking for Carol Brady, look somewhere else. Florence Henderson does an outstanding job but looks her age at long last; Betsy has made no effort to look good. Her personality is more Martha Raye or Sophia Petrillo than what Henderson has given us over the years.
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And that's fine. She is kind and loving in her way. This is not a sweet movie, but it is touching, and Betsy has a lot to teach about responsibility. Faith is included in this movie as well. Patti has it but Scott is about to lose his. While the movie had a TV-G rating, that doesn't mean it is without concerns. Julia's mother did abuse her, though she hits a camera showing Julia's point of view, not the girl.
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She is dressed for a hot date, but some of what is said about her suggests she was a prostitute. Plus she sold drugs. In addition, Julia, having been abused, also abuses. Overall, this is a fine family film. Visit Prime Video to explore more titles. Plastic trees can also be a problem if eaten as the man made non-digestible materials can cause tummy upsets.
Find a nice spot where you can all enjoy the tree but out of reach from a curious rabbit.
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If your rabbit only eats a small piece then you could be lucky and no harm may come of it. But if your rabbit eats a large amount of chocolate, then this could be quite serious and result in an emergency visit to the vets. Sugary sweets are also bad for rabbits and if left out may cause harm, alongside this if the wrappers are eaten they can cause issues.
A big changes at Christmas can be people visiting your home who may not be used to house rabbits. It may be best to ask guests to take their shoes off as they may not be used to how rabbits tend to get under food and can easily be stepped on. If you have children staying, encourage them not to race around where your rabbit can roam.
Be careful to keep an eye on laptop or phone charger leads that may appear. Help them understand rabbits are shy prey animals, which means they can be timid and skittish in some situations. Rabbits also have fragile bones and can be injured easily if handled improperly. Introduce the rabbit calmly and go through some simple rules at the start. Find out how to stop your Christmas tree being chewed, how to manage guests unfamiliar with house bunnies, what foods should be kept out of reach and learn how to make sure you and your rabbit enjoy this special time together.
Christmas lights The first thing to think about is how to hide the fairy lights on the tree or anywhere else in your home as they can be extremely danger. Also see Find out more about bunny proofing electrical cords. The pages feature foiling just like the Picture Book edition so there are plenty of sparkles and twinkles to enjoy again. Great for a Christmas gift! The story is a warm, caring one about friendship. Snow Bunny shows her friends Fox, Mouse and Bear, how much she cares about them and delivers a special home-made present to each one of them just in time to enjoy playing outside in the Winter snow.
It was lovely to create a Winter wonderland for Snow Bunny and her friends!