Bunny’s Book Club

Our four year old B loves to “change the game” if you will. If our plan doesn’t really work for her, she will come up with a Plan B (or even a Plan C.)

I’ll be honest, she’s getting good at occasionally reframing our definite rules/ideas. We’ll find ourselves seeing things her way and you know what?

The girl usually has a darn good point.

Miss “Let’s Make a Deal” became an insta-fan of Bunny. It’s only natural she became a fan of a character with a gift for finding another way.

In Bunny’s Book Club, a clever, book loving Bunny is desperate to read more books. He fell in love with books during outdoor story time over the summer, and now that it’s inside… well, what’s a Bunny to do?

You guessed it– find another way to get his fill of books.

In the middle of the night, he scaled a wall (and about 7 other places.) He jiggled the locked library door. He peeked in the windows and finally discovered the book return. BINGO!

Inside the library, Bunny was thrilled– it was “better than a field full of fresh, crunchy carrots!” He took all of the books he could carry and went home. Eventually, his friends come knocking because he’d been MIA (loving life in his piles of borrowed books.)

They were intrigued.

They all snuck in.

They all got busted by the librarian– they all felt doomed– and they all… got library cards!

This story and its beautiful, expressive illustrations will effortlessly pull kids in– and you’ll all be left wanting more of Bunny and his Book Club.

Bunny’s Book Club (2017)
Annie Silvestro (Illus. by Tatjana Mai-Wyss)
Doubleday


Wanting more from Bunny? You don’t have to wait! New this summer– Bunny’s Book Club Goes To School.

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