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Download So Many Bunnies (a bedtime abc and counting book) epub

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Download So Many Bunnies (a bedtime abc and counting book) epub
ISBN: 0439077753
ISBN13: 978-0439077750
Category: No category
Publisher: Scholastic (1998)
ePUB size: 1450 kb
FB2 size: 1601 kb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 830
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The illustrations are phenomenal- full of details it's fun to discuss with children (carrot shaped table legs, cabbage patterned chair, etc). The words are very, very repetitive which makes reading this a bore for mom and dad and soothing for the little guys. There's only so much variation one can give a counting/ABC book in any case, so I recommend this one for the rhymes, detailed illustrations and toddler interest rating. This one also has a nod to plot- there is a beginning, middle and end even if the denouement is "everyone is in bed."
This is an adorable book. I love the illustration and I love the ABCs being done by naming each bunny with a given name that starts with that letter. My daughter is a little over one year old so right now she isn't very patient with reading thru the book. She loves looking thru it though.
Wonderful use of alphabetic principle, counting, and rhyme. I had borrowed this in our school library and liked it so much I bought one of my own. These is a fantastic book for children learning to identify letters. The story is engaging and illustrations are captivating. The story allows young ones to follow along and interact. Great alphabet book with more depth than the usual ones.
Darling book, given as gifts over and over! Can't believe it hasn't won any of the children's lit book awards. Beautifully illustrated, teaches abcs with adorable mother and her 26 bunnies. Sweet names, rhyming verse. My girls loved this gentle bedtime book. They're grown so this is my go-to gift for all new parents and babies in my life.
We have a large-ish family (7 kids), so I always appreciate any storybooks that shows a happy large family. We're on our third copy now (we wore out the first two!). It opens like the old woman who lived in a shoe, but with a warm and wonderful twist: There was a mother rabbit who lived in a shoe, she had many children and knew just what to do. And then it goes through the alphabet (each child's name begins with a different letter) and where each child took his or her nap (rhymes with their name). At the end, the mother is ready for her nap, and all the little rabbits jump into bed with her!

Another neat feature are two pictures, the first one and last one, where all the rabbits are present (27 of them!), each one wearing their distinctive outfit or holding their distinctive toy, so my kids have a great time trying to find all the rabbits and remember which is which.
This is one of my daughter's books that I don't mind reading over and over again. At four, she's memorized the story, and at bedtime I'll read the bunny's names ("1 was named Abel...") and she'll supply where they sleep ("...he slept on the table."). She loves the rhymes, and the rhythm is lovely and even--making it good for bedtime story reading! This has also led to a great game: when we're in the car or I need something to occupy her, I can give her the bunny's names, and she'll tell me where they sleep.
The illustrations are very nice, and I like that all the bunnies appear together with their Mom at the end; we enjoy looking for the various bunnies there.
Highly recommended!
Such a cute book. Mother bunny puts all her babies to bed before crawling into bed herself and then all the baby bunnies jump into bed with mama
I consider this one of MY classics. The pictures are detailed and timeless- kids can always find something new, like I Spy, only not quite as hectic. The story is a rhyming one, based on The Old Woman in a Shoe. The author sneaks in letters, numbers, and rhythm without it seeming forced (the letter X is always tricky, but not here!). A sweet story, not just for bedtime, where all bunnies are unique and loved just the same.
Love it.