Wee Little Bunny
Lauren Thompson & John Butler
Simon & Schuster, 2010 (2010)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
t's a lovely spring day and Little Bunny can't wait to explore the exciting, new world outside his bunny den.
What will you do today?
' asks his Mama.
' responds Little Bunny as he darts off chasing a dragonfly.
efore the day is done, Little Bunny will meet a number of new creatures including a chipmunk, a prickly porcupine, and a chickadee. Perhaps, the best time of all is when Little Bunny finds some sweet, new clover to roll in.
inally, the active little bunny heads back to his burrow where he tells his mother all about his wonderful adventures. Exhausted from hus '
busy, dizzy day
', he then snuggles down next to his mother for a little nap.
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, this latest picture book in Lauren Thompson's series will be a hit with readers two years of age and older. John Butler's illustrations of Little Bunny are as cute as a button and preschoolers will love following the antics of this hyperactive little rabbit.
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