Jan 20, Sophia rated it it was amazing Shelves: rdg-books. This book was very short, but I loved it! I love the moral of this story. It emphasizes the importance of reading, especially reading to your children. The book starts with the quote "reading together twenty minutes a day is the most important gift you can give your child. Great book to show kids the importance of reading! Aug 27, Stephany Nasr rated it really liked it. Read to Your Bunny serves as a limited and brief introduction to reading. It is an ideal book for a child who is being introduced to books.
It highlights the importance of reading to a child twenty minutes a day. It attempts to make the process of reading engaging and fun. The simple message of reading twenty minutes a day is repeated throughout. The pictures are bright and attractive and would be appealing for young readers. Sep 03, Debbie rated it really liked it.
This story was very short book. The moral of the story is to read to children 20 minutes a day. The colors of the pictures were amazingly bright which I like to see in children's books. The colors keep me engaged. Beside suggesting you read to your kids I think the bonding time with the kids is also implied because the parent reads in the bathtub, outside in the sun, in bed, at the kitchen table, while you are ice skating and a boat. Sep 30, Heather rated it it was amazing. This book was very cute. I loved that the book had lots of repeating lines in it so that even a small child could read this book to their parent.
This book made me want to sit down and read with a child because of how important it is.
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It had great rhyme in it so students could guess at what word may be coming up next. Overall a great book the promoted reading to your children!! Jan 23, Cashele rated it it was amazing. This book is a very cute ryhming book about a mother bunny and her baby. The book encourages reading between family member for at least 20 mintues in a fun rememberable way. This is definently a book i will encourage my students to have the parents read to remind them of how important and fun reading can be together. Apr 06, Stephanie rated it it was amazing Shelves: children-s-books-i-love.
I send this book home with each of my students inside a little backpack.
I also include a small stuffed rabbit and a tiny notebook. The kids listen to their parents read the book and then they read it to their bunny. After they read, the kids write a message about what they learned from the book. It is priceless! I think this book would be more suited for toddler age children.
It has a very simple plot a bunny explaining the importance of reading , yet the illustration is fairly detailed. I probably would not read it to elementary age students, but pre-school age kids might enjoy it. Jun 19, Meg McGregor rated it really liked it Shelves: read-to-lexi. A great book to show even the youngest child that reading is one of the most fun activities as you meet new friends and have new adventures.
Read to your children at least 20 minutes a day and remind the older ones they need to read at least that much everyday too! Sep 07, Tressa Sands rated it really liked it. Suckers for illustrations! They're so great. I love the story, no matter how short. Shows the importance of reading to your child. It shows the bond it can create between a mother and child. Would recommend!
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Oct 05, Krista rated it really liked it Shelves: ed This is a cute short story that parents should read to their young children. It encourages them to read and shows that reading is fun to do wit others, or even alone. The illustrations are cute and familiar as well if they have seen max and ruby on tv. Cute, but it felt more like a propaganda piece than it did an actual story. This isn't a book for kids. Rather, it's a book to read to parents who haven't yet heard that they should be reading to their kids. It has a purpose, but it just wasn't useful to me. Aug 16, Rosa Cline rated it liked it Shelves: kids.
This book is a nice simple storybook. With simple one to two sentences per page with wonderful illustraitons per page as well. It tells about reading to your child. Basically there is no place that isn't a good place to read to your child.
For 20 minutes a day. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Rosemary Wells. Rosemary Wells. Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name. Rosemary Wells is the author of a number of popular children's books, most notably the Max and Ruby series which follows the everyday adventures of sibling bunnies - curious three year old Max and bossy seven year old Ruby. She gets the inspiration for Max and Ruby from her two daughters and the experiences they Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.
She gets the inspiration for Max and Ruby from her two daughters and the experiences they have with friends and school. Also that year she published Red Moon at Sharpsburg, a historical novel featuring a young girl in the American Civil War. Wells grew up in Red Bank, New Jersey.
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Trivia About Read to Your Bunny. Ten Easter Eggs by Vijaya Bodach is a stunning touch-and-feel board book that lets young children countdown to Easter. Kids will learn about numbers and colors as the ten baby chicks hatch from colorful Easter eggs. In this story, Ebby the bunny surprises his pals with a special Easter egg hunt, complete with a surprising reward to inspire kids in their own imaginative Pikmi Pop play.
Cheerful Chick by Martha Brockenbough is about a little chick who was born to lead her barnyard friends in cheer.
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This book about being true to yourself and finding your people or farm animals is the perfect read for enthusiastic kiddos who should never lose their shine. My Easter Egg by Megan E. This chapter book for more experienced readers, ages , tells the story of an Easter gone wrong and how Emma has to use her creativity to save the holiday. Junie B. Jones: Dumb Bunny by Barbara Park. The story is all about mommies and babies on the farm so you can snuggle up together and practice your best moos, peeps, and oinks!
In fact, she swallows all of the ingredients for a Happy Easter: straw, some candy, a basket, a bow. New folks are coming to live in the Big House. The animals of Rabbit Hill wonder if they will plant a garden and thus be good providers. This one features a mama hare who works hard to tell her baby how much she loves him. Cottonpaw Buns for short lives in Texas, but gets to travel all over the U.
None of the pictures—with the exception of the one portraying Cottonpaw right next to an alligator in a Louisiana bayou—looks Photoshopped or doctored in any way. While the rabbit characters are somewhat anthropomorphized, this is still a beautiful book about a bonded pair of rabbits. They are portrayed as being wild rabbits and yet one of them is black while the other is white. This book was widely banned in the U. Inspired their actual pet rabbit named Palpary.
It is partly educational in that everything the rabbit does is realistic. Little to no anthropomphizing here. Fairly realistic and somewhat educational. This is mostly a picture book with minimal text. Really nice watercolor paintings illustrate the story.
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Similar to the above book, it is a fairly realistic representation of a day in the life of a baby wild rabbit with minimal anthropomorphizing. Written in charming rhymes, this story will bring smiles to the faces of its readers, and to those to whom the book is read! Readers will learn about the unique, quirky and surprising behaviors of rabbits, as Juni proceeds on her hilarious, daily routine of eating, running, hopping, exploring, resting, twirling and exercising!
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