So Many Bunnies Board Book: A Bedtime ABC and Counting Bookby Rick Walton, Paige Miglio
Old Mother Rabbit lives with her 26 children in a comfortable old shoe.Each of her bunnies has a different spot to sleep. Number I is named Abel. He sleeps on the table. Number 7 is Gretel she dozes in a Kettle. From Abel to Zed, as each of these adorable bunnies drifts off to sleep,they help teach letters and numbers. Finally, it's Old Mother Rabbit's turnto… See more details below
Old Mother Rabbit lives with her 26 children in a comfortable old shoe.Each of her bunnies has a different spot to sleep. Number I is named Abel. He sleeps on the table. Number 7 is Gretel she dozes in a Kettle. From Abel to Zed, as each of these adorable bunnies drifts off to sleep,they help teach letters and numbers. Finally, it's Old Mother Rabbit's turnto sleep. But will her bunnies stay under their covers?
- HarperCollins Publishers
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- Product dimensions:
- 10.02(w) x 10.01(h) x 0.18(d)
- Age Range:
- 3 - 8 Years
Meet the Author
Rick Walton is the author of more than sixty books for children. He lives in Provo, Utah, with his wife, Ann, and their five children.
Paige Miglio is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. She worked as a designer before becoming a full-time children's book illustrator. She lives with her two children in Milford, Connecticut.
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This is one my favorite books to give friends and family expecting a new bundle of joy. It is the perfect bedtime book to read with the singsong language becoming its own lullabye. The artwork is completely charming and offers so many little surprises to discover and opportunities to teach new vocabulary to inquisitive toddlers and of course little ones learning to read can practice their ABCs.
This book is such a treat for children especially if they are learning to read or count. i remember learning to read this with my mum and the memory means so much to me. i really cherish it among my collection of books and i highly recommended this for young children.
My 3 1/2 year old daughter is just learning her alphabet, and loves this story. She picks up on the rhyming and on the rhythm of the words. The illustrations are excellent and give you plenty to look at when you want to stop and linger on a page, but the rhymed verses can move you when you want to move...quickly. I love that this book teaches numbers and letters simultaneously. Great read for the little ones!
This is my favorite children's book. Cute pictures & easy rhymes. I have given it at several baby showers, resulting in favorable comments.