Bunny Books for Toddlers
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Add these bunny books for toddlers to your bookshelves this spring. Rabbits are a great topic for spring and Easter.
Board books are great for little readers. Their sturdy pages hold up to little hands, and the bright pictures engage little ones from page one.
Add these books for toddlers to your book baskets or library lists.
Bunny Books for Toddlers
Below, I’ve featured just a handful of board books that will help your toddlers and preschoolers learn more 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.
So Many Bunnies – Little ones can count along with Mother Rabbit through her rambling house and garden as she tucks in a whole alphabet of baby bunnies, from Abel through Zed.
Guess How Much I Love You – How much does Little Nutbrown Hare love his daddy? And how much does Big Nutbrown Hare love him back?
Bright Baby Touch & Feel Baby Animals – With colorful pictures of baby animals, rhyming text to read aloud, and touch and feel textures, this interactive book is perfect for your bright baby to build their reading skills and vocabulary.
The Runaway Bunny – A little bunny keeps running away from his mother in this imaginary game of hide-and-seek. Children will be profoundly comforted by this lovingly steadfast mother who finds her child every time.
Baby Touch and Feel: Bunny – A small touch and feel book full of cuddly bunnies, this is a gift your little one is sure to adore.
I Am a Bunny – In the spring, Nicholas picks flowers and chases butterflies, and in the summer, watches the frogs in the pond. In the autumn, he sees the animals preparing for the winter. When winter comes, Nicholas watches the snow falling from the sky, then curls up in his hollow tree and dreams about spring.
I Love You, Funny Bunny – With its read-aloud rhymes and adorable illustrations, you’ll discover all the fun and loving parts of your own relationship with your children. This special book tugs at the heartstrings as it celebrates the special bond between a parent and child.
Bunny Roo, I Love You – Through enchanting scenes portraying all kinds of mama animals looking out for their little ones, the mother in this story reassures her baby, and young children everywhere, that their caretakers will always love them and keep them safe.
Hippity, Hoppity, Little Bunny – Follow the little bunny rabbit and its adorable bird friends in this finger puppet book as they hunt for Easter eggs. Wiggle the puppet to make the bunny in the story come alive!
The Itsy Bitsy Bunny – A fun and playful holiday twist on “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” makes this favorite nursery rhyme perfect for Easter!
The Bunny Rabbit Show! – You’ve got front-row seats to the cutest revue in town—hop on down to The Bunny Rabbit Show! The latest addition to Sandra Boynton’s phenomenal bestselling Boynton on Board series, this book stars a cast of high-kicking bunnies performing in perfect unison to a lively song all about . . . them.
The Tale of Peter Rabbit – Young children can experience the enchantment of Beatrix Potter’s famous tale of naughty Peter Rabbit’s adventures in Mr. McGregor’s garden.
Wherever You Go – Join an adventurous rabbit and his animal friends as they journey over steep mountain peaks, through bustling cityscapes, and down long, winding roads to discover the magical worlds that lie just outside their doors.
If You Were My Bunny – A lyrical text and adorable illustrations follow the bedtime lullabies of various animal mamas as they tell their little ones what they would do for their baby.
Curious George and the Bunny – This story features George finding a hutch of adorable bunnies. He thinks it would be so much fun to play hide-and-seek with one of the baby bunnies, so he lifts it from its cage, sets it on the ground, and closes his eyes. But—oh, no—the bunny runs off, and George can’t find it anywhere!
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.