The Bunny Hop

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Early one Easter morning, bunnies begin turning up in the strangest (and funniest) places all over Sesame Street. Where did they come from? This is a hilarious tale told in rollicking rhyme—a great way to celebrate Easter and spring with your toddler!

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Overview

Early one Easter morning, bunnies begin turning up in the strangest (and funniest) places all over Sesame Street. Where did they come from? This is a hilarious tale told in rollicking rhyme—a great way to celebrate Easter and spring with your toddler!

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Editorial Reviews

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The characters on Sesame Street faced an unusual series of events one Easter. When Elmo got up one of his bunny slippers appeared to hop away. When Bert and Ernie were working around the house, the closet was full of bunnies. Henry ended up with a bunny on his lap while he was coloring Easter eggs. Zoe and Cookie found bunnies everywhere. The place seems to be overrun with bunnies. Then Big Bird appeared on the scene and he was looking for his lost bunnies. They were supposed to march in the Easter parade. A solution is found and all of the Sesame Street gang and all of the bunnies make a parade down their famous street. Silly, but at least a story with a beginning, somewhat of a mystery to be solved and a happy conclusion. The illustrations will be familiar to those who watch the program. 2004 (orig. 1997), Sesame Workshop/Random House, Ages 1 to 3.
—Marilyn Courtot
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780375826931
  • Publisher: Random House Children's Books
  • Publication date: 1/27/2004
  • Series: Sesame Street Series
  • Pages: 24
  • Sales rank: 364,066
  • Age range: 3 months - 3 years
  • Product dimensions: 4.33 (w) x 5.75 (h) x 0.51 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2015

    I &star m &star k &star

    Cool! MORE CHAPTERS!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2015

    Monkey King

    I.NEED.MORE RIGHT NOW!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2015

    Destruction: Chapter 5

    Tasha
    <br> She lay awake long after she had finished the chapter. The information kept repeating itself in her mind, she was an elementalist, a stoicheios. At least, she was if Mr. Brentlis and Sarah weren't mistaken. Or worse, if they weren't lying. She thought she had an inkling which ekement she had a conection to. Wanting to test her hypothesis, she wriggled out from under her covers and slipped into her blue crocs, waiting for her at the side of her bed. Pulling a hoodie over her head, she walked out of the house as silently as possible. A cool wind blew, the humid day forgotten. Carefully, Tasha tiptoed into the garden, a flashlight and the book in hand. Crouching next to a flowerbed, she clicked on the flashlight.
    <br> "Chapter 5, Earth. The most patient element of all, these make relentless enemies but also wise and thoughtfull friends. Earth stoicheios can manipulate any kind of earth-bound material, though they prefer dirt, stones, and the ocasional plant. Herb-lore comes natural to these elementalists, they could brew you a potion to cure your cough as easily as they breathe. Poisons are used more rarely, due to their forgiving personalities but they are extremely hard to detect and highly efficient."
    <br> Tasha flicked through the pages of the book, searching for an action to prove this was indeed her element. She stopped and muttered the subtitle to hereslf, "Stoneing."
    <br> "A simple action for those of this element, turning small objects to stone. More experienced stoicheios will be able to turn larger things to stone aswell. As l am told, all an earth stoicheios has to do is imagine the object as a stone and it will gradually turn as intended."
    <br> Tashe frowned and flicked further, she halted at the subtitle, "Speeding Plant-growth." She read the instructions and fixed a tulip with her mind. Silently pushing it to grow, she urged it to believe the pasing seconds were days, the minutes were weeks. She chanced a glance through a half opened eye. Before her, a fully matured tulip had sprouted from the onion planted in the ground before her. Smiling with satisfatcion, she curled up infront of her flower, the effort of it's growth making her fall asleep instantly.
    <p>
    "Tasha, wake up", a hand was gently shaking her awake.
    <br> Drowsily, Tasha opened her eyes. "Is it morning already?", she moaned.
    <br> Sarah nodded and held out a hand to help her up, "come on lazy, it's eight o'clock."
    <br> "That's early", Tasha protested but she followed Sarah into the house.
    <br> "Kestrel and Adam are still asleep, the only reason l woke you was that it's cold out and we don't want you to get sick, go sit by the fire with lsabelle", Sarah lead her to the living room and sat her on the couch.
    <br> "What did you think of the book?", lsabelle asked her curiosly.
    <br> "l don't know", Tasha shrugged, "it seems almost too good to be true."
    <br> lsabelle nodded in agreement, "do you know what you are though? I can't wait to try it out, Mr. Brentlis says that they've got some tests to figure out our element."
    <br> At this Tasha told her of her night's experiment.
    <br> lsabelle's eyes widened, "wicked." She grinned in disbelief, "you'll have to show me."
    <br> Befotlre Tasha could tell her that she was too tired, Sarah poked her head in, "Girls? Can you go wake the others?"
    <br> "l'll wake Adam, he's so cute", lsabelle whispers to Tasha as they jog up the stairs.
    <br> Tasha nods, opens Kestrel's door, and screams.
    <p>
    Muahahahahaaaa
    <p>
    Shag &spades

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2015

    NEED MORE DESTRUCTION!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2015

    Highly recommended!

    It is a great book for young children.

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  • Posted May 23, 2009

    Elmo scores again

    My grandchildren love Elmo and this is a winner!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 26, 2007

    Sooooo cute!!!!

    The rhymes are so much fun to read over and over. Such a cute book. My kids love it!!!!

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    Posted March 23, 2010

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    Posted March 28, 2010

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