After his brothers and sisters ruin his favorite alphabet book, Teetu the bunny has had enough of his big bunny family! When he sneaks off into the night, what he discovers is more marvelous than he ever dreamed.
Springtime makes me think of bunnies not only because of Easter but because this is the time of year when we start seeing rabbits around us. I love to take walks in the springtime, and I often see rabbits and their babies hopping around the neighborhood or in the local parks, nibbling on whatever suits their fancy.
This collection of tales uses bunnies as child stand-ins, placing them in a variety of situations. From being a middle child or collecting treasures with friends to facing fears such as being afraid of being eaten by a wolf or a bear, children will find comfort in the resolutions to these tales.
Springtime is also the perfect time to cuddle with your little one near a sunny window to share books and stories. Whether you want to read about bunnies or other creatures, plenty of books are ready and waiting for you at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
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Celebrates the joys of being the middle child in a loving family of rabbits.
In this interactive picture book, the reader must help Bunny as he gathers apples to eat, and uses his red scarf to climb a tree or create a rope bridge.
When Ogilvy moves to a new town, he discovers that bunnies who wear dresses play ball and knit socks while bunnies in sweaters make art and climb rocks, and Ogilvy must figure out a way to do it all.
A rabbit tries everything he can think of to prevent a hungry bear from eating him.
Illustrations and simple text reveal that even when a pesky rabbit annoys his bear friend with too many questions their friendship remains strong.
A clever story about overcoming nighttime fears and worries.