Tuesday, January 3, 2012


What Does Bunny See? by Linda Sue Park- What a charming read. The bunny is possibly the cutest thing ever! Introduced kids to colors and kinds of flowers in the garden. An all around wonderful read aloud.

What's the Matter, Bunny Blue? by Nicola Smee- Little bunny lost their grandma. Will she find her? The refrain Boo Hoo Hoo can be fun to have the kids practice their melodrama by saying it along with you.

Knuffle Bunny by Mo Willems- A modern day classic about a little child who loses their favortie stuffed bunny and the angst it causes the family.

Wee Little Bunny by Lauren Thompson- Lovely realistic painted illustrations. A very sweet story.

Oh So Tiny Bunny by David Kirk- A great use of simple metaphors for very young readers. Lovely illustrations, and a very typical plot line. Bunny is having fun but then realizes he needs a friend. Why can't these picture books let lonliness be okay? Let playing alone sometimes be nessesary?

The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown- A classic but brilliant nonetheless.

Bunny Fun by Sarah Weeks- Cute, fun rhyme and onomonopeia.

Ribbit Rabbit by Candace Ryan- Bunny and froggie: an unlikely friendship.

The Bunnies are not in their Beds by Marisabina Russo- Excellent bedtime story. A great refrain to have the gang join in on.

My Friend Rabbit by Eric Rohmann- Caldecott winner. Lots of wordless pages to facilitate storytelling with the kids.

Chloe/  & Henry in Love by Peter McCarthy- 

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