Cottontails: Bunnies by Laura Ellen Anderson
BUNNIES COME IN ALL SHAPES AND SIZES.
And colors! Some are brown and one is pink. One even has polka dots! Even their ears have personality. Some have long ears. Some have short ears. Some have ears that stand up at attention. Some have lop ears that frame their faces. One girly-girl bunny has a perky bow between her droopy ears.
Bunnies get around, too. They burrow. They gnaw daintily. They hop in rain puddles and and rest in bunny huddles. And when the stars come out at night, they even choose snooze time over carrots.
Laura Ellen Anderson's little board book, Bunnies (Boxer Books, 2015) offers some of the most appealing little rabbits around, romping and resting, sampling carrots in somebody's garden, and doing all the nose wiggling and bunny hopping any tot could wish. For Easter fare or any time, this one is as cute as a cottontail can be.
Anderson has a whole series of appealing little animal books, including her Puppies, Kittens, Chicks, and Snow Babies, those South Polar penguins.
Labels: Rabbit Stories (Ages 2-5)