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Bunny Day by Rick Walton
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Bunny Day (edition 2002)

by Rick Walton (Author)

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A bunny family spends the day together.
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Title:Bunny Day
Authors:Rick Walton (Author)
Info:HarperColl (2002), 32 pages
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Bunny Day: Telling Time from Breakfast to Bedtime by Rick Walton

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A picture book following an anthropomorphic bunny family through their day. The text says what the bunnies are doing and what time they are doing it. Each illustration includes an analog clock within the scene showing the appropriate time. I imagine this would be a good start to helping children tell time on clocks with hands, though there is no complexity to the times shown (they are all on the hour). Aside from that, the book is sweet and shows a family doing things together, including getting chores done in a timely fashion so that everyone can enjoy more fun activities together afterwards. A book that can teach some lessons without feeling overly didactic or preachy. The illustrations are rich (lots of "new" things to see on repeat readings) and lovely. ( )
  lycomayflower | Apr 26, 2019 |
This book is about the day in the life of a family of bunny rabbits. The reader is taken on an adventure, through the daily routine of the rabbit family.
  amariemiller | Feb 18, 2018 |
FANTASY: (age group: primary)
This story is a good example of fantasy because it involves magic, though the fact that the animals can talk and do things that people do. It enforces good habits of routine to kids, though the use of bunnies, so that the children will subconsciously think about their own routines and how they do things at a certain time everyday without explicitly telling the kids that it is important.
  CamillaBean14 | Jan 29, 2017 |
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 |
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Miglio, PaigeIllustratorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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