Seven Little Bunnies
|Rating||:||4.81 (767 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||24 Pages|
In similar rhyming fashion, the nighttime escapades of the other six are presented. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. Children will enjoy counting the pajama-clad bunnies in this sweet story.—Linda Ludke, London Public Library, Ontario, Canada(c) Copyright 2010. . No redistribution permitted. As their dancing, snacking, sneezing, splashing, ball playing, and reading fun tires them out, one by one they join their snoozing siblings on the floor. From School Library Journal PreSchool-Grade 1—When Mama and Papa say, "Climb in your beds, time to rest your sleepy heads," seven rambunctious rabbits have other ideas in mind. The quiet refrain of "Cozy,/dozy,/drowsy/drop" appears on the facing page along with the tuckered bunny fast aslee
Fun Bedtime Story Bluerose's Heart We went in to this book somewhat blindly. I didn't realize it was a bedtime story, so that was a pleasant surprise for us. We're always happy to add another "night, night" story to our shelves.I'm also very fond of books written in rhyming form. This one . Maura Ann Rubies said Loving These Little Bunnies. Seven little bunnies engage in a variety of activities that soon leave them exhausted. Nearly every other page reminds the readers how deliciously cozy it is to fall into a deep sleep. Everyone gets the message as the bunnies stretch out/curl up into a nu. "The stars shine in the fading light, and bunnies soon will say good night." This is an adorable book for young children; I read it aloud to my friend's young daughter and she loved it! It's clearly a fine bedtime story, too. Julie Stiegemeyer wrote this book in rhyming fashion that will appeal to young kids; and the beautiful ill
It’s bedtime for seven little bunnies, but each bunny is busy having fun! Will they stop? One by one, each bunny gets cozy, then dozy, then drowsy, then drops into bed! Soft illustrations rendered in watercolor by Laura J. Bryant bring this bedtime readaloud to a quiet ending. Count the bunnies as they fall asleep.
Bryantlives in Mathias, West Virginia.. Author Julie Stiegemeyer lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana.Illustrator Laura J