Here is a bunny with ears so funny.
And here is his home in the ground.
At the first sound he hears, he perks up his ears,
And hops right into the ground!
Whenever I think of rabbits I think of spring, and not because they are sitting out in my garden eating the buds off of my flowers! But because snow will be gone, all animals start returning, and you may even catch a glimpse of sweet baby animals too. These six books are all very different stories about bunnies – some are ninjas, some are naughty, some look like different animals – but all are bunny-licious!
Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, illustrated by Tom Lichtenheld
Is a duck sometimes a rabbit? Or wait…is a rabbit sometimes a duck? You and your little ones can decide when you read this very silly book showing that how you see the world is all about how you look at it!
Ninja Bunny by Jennifer Gray Olson
All super awesome ninjas know rules 1-10 (if you don’t or forgot, they are listed in this book). But Ninja Bunny learns there is one rule more important than all the others that a ninja must keep in mind.
Chloe by Peter McCarty
Chloe has a very large family and loves spending time with them. One night something arrives that she believes disrupts family time. But she figures out how to make the best of it and gets everyone to join in too!
Little White Rabbit by Kevin Henkes
This little Rabbit has a very powerful imagination – if he wonders about something – it happens to him. He flutters with butterflies, how fun! He is as still as a rock. When he encounters a cat, he scoots as quickly as possible! But there is one thing Rabbit doesn’t wonder about, and that is who loves him.
Two Bunny Buddies by Kathryn O. Galbraith, illustrated by Joe Cepeda
Friends don’t always get along, but the point is to make up quickly, still be friends, and have lunch together!
Poop-di-doop! by Stephanie Blake
Now, the little bunny in this book is very naughty. But will an encounter with a wolf change his tune or just alter it a little? Either way, this book is sure to get some giggles.
Here at the Vernon Area Public Library, we use the five early literacy practices — TALK, SING, READ, WRITE, PLAY — as the foundation for all of our storytimes. It’s never too early to start on these five activities to set the stage for reading readiness.
We offer storytimes beginning at birth, and all are welcome to stop by and visit — no library card required. But if you are a resident, you can sign up for your library card while you are here! Find our calendar of storytimes and other events.
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