rabbits -- fiction

Astro Bunnies

By Christine Loomis

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"Looking suspiciously like toddlers in 'feety' pajamas, these inquisitive bunnies launch their rockets and zoom away. Measuring comets and gathering moondust is nothing compared to floating weightless and meeting the three-eared bunnies from another planet! But no matter where astro bunnies roam, they will always come back home, especially when it's time to snuggle down for the night. A lilting, refreshing alternative to earthbound bedtime books, this new collaboration features art by an award-winning artist who has an uncanny ability to create the most sophisticated, childlike world you've ever seen."

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Rabbit's Good News

By Ruth Lercher Bornstein

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Rabbit leaves her warm dark burrow and discovers that spring has come.

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Ho-limlim: A Rabbit Tale from Japan

By Tejima

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After one last foray far from his home, an aging rabbit decides he prefers to rest in his own garden and let his children and grandchildren bring him good things to eat.

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The Runaway Bunny

By Margaret Wise Brown

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A little rabbit who wants to run away tells his mother how he will escape, but she is always right behind him; even if he changes into a fish, she will become a fisherman fishing with a carrot.

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Marshmallow

By Clare Turlay Newberry

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A cat who is used to being the center of attention learns to share his home with a rabbit.

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To RabbitTown

By April Halprin Wayland

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In this gentle fantasy, a girl is transported to Rabbittown where she experiences life as a bunny.
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The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes

By Du Bose Heyward

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To the surprise of many, the little country cottontail becomes one of the special Easter bunnies even though she has twenty-one children of her very own.

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Goodnight Moon

By Margaret Wise Brown

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In a great green room, tucked away in bed, is a little bunny. "Goodnight room, goodnight moon." And to all the familiar things in the softly lit room--to the picture of the three little bears sitting in chairs, to the clocks and his socks, to the mittens and the kittens, to everything one by one--he says goodnight.

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Home for a Bunny

By Margaret Wise Brown

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In this classic, a bunny searches the spring-time forest for a home of his own.
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Max's Breakfast

By Rosemary Wells

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"You can't hide from your egg, Max!"

Wise words from his big sister Ruby have no effect on stubborn and adorable Max.

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