One Dozen Bunny Books for Easter, Spring, or Anytime!


Good morning! Are you looking for a new book to add to your spring collection? Or do you want to find the perfect item to fill Easter baskets for your little ones? I've collected my very favorite bunny titles. The best part about these titles is that they are good for the whole year, with delightful stories and important social-emotional lessons. I have all but one of these books in my collection, so if you have questions, I'd love to answer them. I want you to find the perfect fit for your family.

 

Cat & Bunny $17.99

From the heartwarming text to the adorable illustrations of little kids dressed as animals, there's so much to love about Mary Lundquist's debut picture book, Cat & Bunny. Cat and Bunny. It's always been just the two of them—daydreaming, having adventures, playing their special game. Until the day someone else asks, "Can I play?" The pictures are everything.

The Rabbit Listened $10.69

When something sad happens, Taylor doesn't know where to turn. All the animals are sure they have the answer. The chicken wants to talk it out, but Taylor doesn't feel like chatting. The bear thinks Taylor should get angry, but that's not quite right either. One by one, the animals try to tell Taylor how to act, and one by one they fail to offer comfort. Then the rabbit arrives. All the rabbit does is listen . . . which is just what Taylor needs. This story is oh-so-sweet and comforting.

The Little Rabbit $12.82

An enchanting spring story about a magical friendship between a little girl and her stuffed rabbit who comes to life, lovingly told and illustrated in limited color with lovely foil and interactive die cut pages. So pretty!

Too Many Carrots $12.09

Rabbit loves carrots a little too much. In fact, his carrots are crowding him out of his cozy burrow. When his friends offer to help, they're just asking for trouble, a lot of trouble! This book shows how friendships get us over the rough spots in life, even if the going gets a little bumpy. It's a crack-up and shows why friends are more important than things.

Waiting  $12.99

Five friends sit happily on a windowsill, waiting for something amazing to happen. The owl is waiting for the moon. The pig is waiting for the rain. The bear is waiting for the wind. The puppy is waiting for the snow. And the rabbit is just looking out the window because he likes to wait! What will happen? Will patience win in the end? I absolutely adore this book. It's truly one of my favorites. I want to hang the pictures all over a baby's nursery. But I have to admit that when my husband first read it aloud, he turned to me and said, "That book is weird." So maybe it's not for everyone.

Little Blue Truck's Springtime $7.10

Celebrate the beauty of springtime with Little Blue Truck! Young fans will love finding all sorts of baby animals beneath the flaps in this delightful novelty board book. Beep! Beep! Peep! My little guy loves this one!

Egg hardcover $11.39

Egg board book $6.99

This masterful and stylistically original picture book introduces young children to four eggs. One is blue, one is pink, one is yellow, and one is green. Three of the eggs hatch, revealing three baby birds who fly away. But the green egg does not hatch. Why not? When the three birds return to investigate, they’re in for a big surprise! What will happen next? Hint: a reptile is involved! 

Little White Rabbit hardcover $7.99

Little White Rabbit board book $7.09

Kevin Henkes's glorious story stars a rambunctious and adventurous little white rabbit who discovers, in the end, that a mother's love is constant and true. Little white rabbit hops along, exploring and wondering. What would it be like to be as tall as a tree? Or as still as a rock? Or green, like the bright spring world around him? It's wonderful to wonder about many things and exciting to explore the world—but true happiness is knowing where you belong and who loves you best of all. art, confident bunny encourages girls to be persistent and believe in themselves. When I saw the amazing price on this one, I bought a copy just to frame a few of the illustrations. They make my heart sing!

Bunny's Book Club $12.48

Bunny loves to sit outside the library with the kids and listen to summer story time. But when the weather gets cold and everyone moves inside, his daily dose of joy is gone. Desperate, Bunny refuses to miss out on any more reading time and devises a plan to sneak into the library at night . . . through the library’s book drop! What follows is an adorable caper that brings an inquisitive, fuzzy bunny and his woodland pals up close and personal with the books they have grown to love.

Charlotte the Scientist Finds a Cure $13.79

The animals of the forest are all getting sick and no one can figure out why. Determined to get to the bottom of the mystery and help her friends and family, Charlotte dives into some serious medical science. But when the doctors and other scientists don’t take her work seriously, she sets out to find a cure on her own, determined to show that she can make a difference. This is a fantastic book for elementary-aged children.

Charlotte the Scientist is Squished $13.69

Charlotte is a serious scientist. She solves important problems by following the scientific method. She has all the right equipment: protective glasses, a lab coat, a clipboard, and a magnifying glass. What she doesn’t have is space. She has so many brothers and sisters (she is a rabbit, after all) that she is too squished to work on her experiments! Can she use science to solve her problem? This title is a great STEM introduction and will especially resonate with readers who have a house full of siblings.

Honeysuckle The Little Bunny $14.99

Honeysuckle the little bunny loves to throw a fancy party. Honeysuckle is a sweet, fanciful friend who delights in baking lovely cakes, creating darling invitations, and hosting wondrous parties - all to show her friends how much she loves them. At Pinky Park, at half-past three, the friends gather for a party and a sprinkle cake; but, a cloud overhead threatens to ruin their day together. As Honeysuckle saddens with the disappearing sunshine, it is her friends who remind her that the reason for the invitations, decorations, and fancy cake, is simply to gather together. Truth be told, I haven't read this, but I can't wait to get a copy!

 

 


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