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Bunny day: Telling time from breakfast to bedtime

by Rick Walton

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This modern fantasy picture book tells us how to tell the time by the activity we are doing. It starts in the morning and then goes through the day with this bunny family. Starting at eight when they get up to eight when they go to sleep.
  ecarlson2014 | Mar 9, 2015 |
This story follows a day in the life of a rabbit family from eight in the morning to eight at night.

The book is extremely fun to read, with a consistent rhythm to the text. The colorful and detailed illustrations are pleasing to the eye. This story is an excellent introduction to the concept of time.
  madmandan | Dec 3, 2010 |
"Bunny Day" is another wonderfully personified animal story. First, I'd like to focus on the simple rhyme that flows throughout the story. I think for small children the sound rhyme creates can keep them more engaged in a story. The text on each page was placed in a box, away from the main action of the illustrations. I think I like this format better, than printing it over a whole page. The illustrations are fabulous. Each page is a picture full of detailed images. The illustrations in this book could almost be stand alone they are that good. So in regards to that this soft cover book, has a larger audience; all the way down to the age where children are just beginning to narrate pictures to the main reader. This story also has a teaching component for small children in regards to forming routines and activities. What should we do between breakfast and bedtime? This would be great to use with young children as you try and teach them about rountines. A parent could refer back to the story in numerous situations.
All in all, this was educational and beautiful! ( )
  srssrs | Oct 27, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060291834, Hardcover)

Spend the day with a lovable bunny family from eight o'clock in the morning, when Father Rabbit wakes up his little bunnies, to eight o'clock at night, when Mother Rabbit tucks them into -bed. Every hour bunnies are busy doing something new: at eleven it's chore time, at one they play, and at seven story time begins. The team that created So Many Bunnies and One More Bunny make telling time fun. Rick Walton's jaunty text and Paige Miglio's warm, detailed illustrations of bunny family life will be a favorite all day long!

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A bunny family spends the day together.

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