"It's unbelievably adorable." --Scary Mommy
"Hilarious and charming."
"Good for a chuckle for adults who support LGBTQ rights." -Kirkus Reviews
"What makes A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo particularly strong is that, while an unabashed political parody, it also stands on its own as a children's book. It would have been easy for John Oliver's team to lean heavily on the gimmick of satirizing a loathed figure in American politics, but they instead focused on developing a charming story with genuinely funny jokes, making a story for kids that have little interest in keeping up with the news (which would be most kids)."
-Globe & Mail
"This is a spectacular children's book, one that stresses the most important lessons of love, democracy and acceptance...I won't wreck the ending, but I will say there is good reason to make this a bestseller. Any children's book that can move me to mist up because, ultimately, love does conquer all, is a book worth sharing."
"This cute, funny, and inclusive picture book has a positive message about celebrating who you are and loving whom you want." - Common Sense Media
"Sweet and incredibly lovable"
"...an ideal children's book for a new generation and a Pride-approved addition to any coffee table."
- Boise Weekly
"Every once in awhile, you come across a book that is not only well-written, but that had the potential to be revolutionary. A Day In The Life of Marlon Bundo is one of those books, especially because it is a bold, humorous, and heartening tribute to 'any bunny who has ever felt different'. Similarly, it is also a jab at the 'Stink Bugs' of the world who don't understand how others can lead lives unlike their own...an important book that acknowledges and celebrates our differences."
-Davenport, IA Library
"Bedtime stories are great for putting kids to sleep, but in our house, we prefer stories likeA Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo that help us stay woke."
-Misha Collins, Actor, Activist and Parent
"An affirming book for children that goes beyond the adults-only type of parody titles that have gained popularity in recent years." --School Library Journal
"An accomplished parody. there's much for kids to like in the funny, earnest cast of anthropomorphic animals."
"Above all, this is a sweet and funny book about of tolerance, friendship, and the one message even our youngest kids can grasp perhaps more easily than perhaps any other: Love is love. I know my own kids would love getting this for Easter." - Cool Mom Picks
"A work of political satire that is also a great children's book." -Anita Silvey, author of 100 Best Books for Children and Everything I Need to Know I Learned from a Children's Book
"A joy... Ignore the grumbling about Oliver turning the bunny America deserves into a metaphor for partisan politics, because the book is a 40-page triumph."
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