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Fill your shelves with bunny books for kindergarten! Spring is the perfect time for these easy reader books.
Spring means Easter and fuzzy baby bunnies. If you plan to incorporate bunnies or rabbits in your spring lesson plans, be sure to add a few of these bunny-themed easy readers to your plans.
Bunny Books for Kindergarten
Below, I’ve featured just a handful of easy reader books that will help your new readers learn about bunnies.
You should be able to find them at your local library or bookstore. If you can’t find them locally, you can click each image cover to purchase them on Amazon.
Fun Fuzzy Tales – This title is great for Disney fans who are just learning to read!
Hop, Bunny!: Explore the Forest – Hop, Bunny! uses simple vocabulary and fun pictures to capture the interest and help develop the skills of beginning readers.
Thumper and the Egg – Thumper loves bouncing around the forest. Then one day he finds an egg! Help him take care of his new friend.
Funny Bunnies: Morning, Noon, and Night – These funny bunnies wake up with the sun, spend a fun-filled afternoon playing in the park, and then return home at night.
Bunny Will Not Smile! – A bear named Big has a problem. His friend Bunny will not smile, no matter what Big tries…so Big needs your help!
Sofia the First Blue-Ribbon Bunny – In order to win the best pet contest, Sofia and her bunny friend Clover enroll, but after seeing the exotic pets everyone else is entering, Sofia starts to rethink her decision.
Bunny Race! – Four bunnies have come to win the bunny race. Driver Bunny decides to drive his car. But it’s so fast; it zooms right off the track! Sailor Bunny has a little boat. Oh no, it’s sinking! Pilot Bunny takes off in a hot air balloon. It goes up and up and up. Will it ever come back?
P.J. Funnybunny’s Bag of Tricks – P. J. Funnybunny’s dad brings home a special present: a magic kit! P.J. studies all the tricks and does them just right. So why are his family and friends bored with his tricks? P.J. decides to show them the best trick of all . . . by disappearing!
Bunny Will Not Be Quiet! – Bunny is being loud. His friend Big keeps asking him to be quiet, but nothing works. Bunny is loud on the bus, he is loud at plays, and he is even loud at the library. Big asks the reader for help. Can you help Bunny be quiet in time for a special surprise?
The Bunny Hop – Buddy Rabbit is ignored by the girls because of his incompetent dancing, until he masters the bunny hop.
P. J. Funnybunny Camps Out – Camping is not for girls, right? At least, that’s what P.J. and his pals tell Donna and Honey Bunny when they want to tag along on a camping trip. But when two mysterious ghosts frighten the boys all the way home, only the girls know the real story.
Bunny Surprise – A magic charm bracelet lets Molly speak to animals! In this book, Molly helps her best friend, Lexie, choose a new pet. Lexie can only pick one. Molly talks to the animals to try to find the perfect pet.
Busy Bunnies’ Five Senses – Rhyming text and bunny characters introduce the five senses and how they enrich our lives.
Busy Bunny – Hop into action with Sunny as she helps Rox look for her missing bunny, Violet
Here Comes Peter Cottontail – Based on the perennial holiday TV special from Rankin-Bass, this reader makes the perfect Easter gift for boys and girls ages 3-7!
Which of these books about bunnies will you read first?
These adorable plush bunnies make great Easter basket fillers as well as toys kids can use to act out their favorite books about rabbits.
This popsicle stick Easter bunny craft is perfect for kids, and it makes a great addition to your rabbit lesson plans.