Sharing a last game at the end of a lovely day filled with laughter and fun, little Bunny and Big Daddy Rabbit are joined by their woodland friends until little Bunny tires of all the hullabaloo, prompting a special lullaby by Big Daddy Rabbit.
Bernadette Bunny has a GREAT Dad! It is through him that Bennie understands the real journey of sharing and helping others when her father has to leave for his job working in the military. Bennie learns how important his work is and how it is okay to give of yourself and to others. All we need are some Purple Ribbons to make everything feel much better!
Even the most savvy fashionistas have a lot to learn from the 'world's most stylish bunny' (Elle). Indeed, Fifi Lapin--a spoiled rotten illustrated rabbit and in-demand fashion blogger--knows her couture from her carrots. Her blog of whimsical outfit choices and fashion musings has made her an icon among designers, style bloggers, and thousands of fans worldwide. Here, she reveals the best of her fashion secrets, sharing advice on finding the perfect pair of jeans, layering trends with classics, and crafting personal style without paying couture prices (like she does). With a perfectly pretty cover, hundreds of cute illustrations and runway photos, plus inspiring interviews with top designers such as Anna Sui and Paul Smith, this is every fun-loving girl's go-to guide to looking fabulous every day of the week.
Florence and Wendell Minor, the husband-and-wife team behind If You Were a Penguin, If You Were a Panda Bear, and Christmas Tree!, have created a picture book treasure featuring a cast of adorable bunnies. The artwork and story are reminiscent of picture book classics by Margaret Wise Brown and Richard Scarry. When Tickles the bunny&#8217;s family goes on an adventure without her, Tickles reads her book, How to Be a Bigger Bunny, and then winds up on an adventure of her own. When she finds her furry family in trouble, she must become a bigger bunny and save the day. Perfect for Easter time and springtime as well as year-round reading aloud and sharing.
Every spring the Easter Bunny frolics through every neighbourhood in every city to hand out candy and toys to children. The problem is he feels a total lack of gratitude from them. He's getting sadder and sadder, and in turn his once bright-pink fur has gone a depressing shade of blue. His fur really does reflect how he is feeling inside. When a group of highly excitable children knock him to the ground, he sees all of the colors of the rainbow and settles on a hopping red color. The Easter Bunny is furious! He&#8217;s tired of being taken for granted and has decided to become the Bad Easter Bunny. He sets about smashing toys, eating all the candy, and making a big mess of the neighborhood. But a simple 'thank you' from one little girl on a scooter makes the Bad Easter Bunny regret his actions. A small hug and sharing a piece of candy makes the Easter Bunny turn a happy pink, and he promises to be bad no more. In this fun and quirky children's book, Stéphanie Röhr's magical illustrations show how one good bunny turned very bad--and how important gratitude can be.
Miffy was created in 1955, after Dick Bruna had told his one-year-old son stories about a little rabbit they had seen earlier in the dunes while on holiday. The first Miffy book was published in 1955, and since then, the whole world has shared in these simple but charming stories about a lovable little bunny. Celebrate Miffy's 60th Birthday in this beautiful anniversary edition. Larger than the original hardback, this book is designed for sharing. Read together about Miffy's birthday party with her friends and family!
Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey. It's Halloween. With a bag full of tricks and the best costume in town, Henry can't wait to go trick or treating. But, oh the shame! Surely Mum doesn't expect him to go out with Peter dressed as a fluffy pink bunny?
Freckles and her friends believe that Christmas is all about presents, that is until their families decide to show them the true meaning of Christmas. Each family embarks on a magical Christmas journey, when they show their children that Christmas is about the love we have for each other. For the first time ever, meet the full family of Freckles the bunny (the star and lesson learner of the books), Donut the duckling (who loves circles), Norma the fawn (who is shy and can run quickly), Dreamy the chick (who loves to nap), Boots the kitten (who loves to groom) and Tiger the puppy (who loves to growl and pounce like a tiger). Characters are based on the author's real pets, with the same unique personalities.53 pages (35 illustrated pages plus 7-8 bonus: family trees, Christmas poem and 2 crafts). MORALS/LESSONS LEARNED: * It is good to donate or volunteer time. * Helping others, caring and sharing. * Christmas is about the love and caring for each other, not about presents. * Helping makes you feel good inside.
This oversize edition of the beloved children´s classic is perfect for sharing in a group setting, such as a library or classroom. In a great green room, tucked away in bed, is a little bunny. 'Goodnight room, goodnight moon.' And to all the familiar things in the softly lit room&#8212;to the picture of the three little bears sitting on chairs, to the clocks and his socks, to the mittens and the kittens, to everything one by one&#8212;the little bunny says goodnight. In this classic of children´s literature, beloved by generations of readers and listeners, the quiet poetry of the words and the gentle, lulling illustrations combine to make a perfect book for the end of the day.