What Do Bunnies Do All Day?


Bunny Book2For ages 4-8.

This little book of about 200 words will delight even the very young toddler. In this gentle story, illustrated by exquisite watercolours, Little Bunny learns that whatever he does is all right with Mother Bunny. Parents can use this story as an introduction to telling their own child that no matter what, he or she will still be loved.

Available in Paperback, Kindle ebook, and Audio book.

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 “This is one of the sweetest kids books I’ve ever read to my children. They absolutely adored the artist’s illustrations and words. Here is an opportunity to teach appreciation of nature, and to introduce the concepts of independence and intellectual curiosity. A lot of fun and a very, very good present.”

“Wow this book is an absolute delight! What a great story and the illustrations are perfect. I can’t wait to read it to my little great nephew, he’ll love it. I love the way the story involves little bunny conversing with all of nature, the the sky, the land and the water. It’s bound to spark the imagination of the young (and the young at heart) and encourage their connection with nature, and nature spirits. This book is great for balancing the heart chakra, wonderful! :)”


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“My children loved this book. I don’t know whether it was the simpleness of the story or that they could associate with the baby bunny. With the parents running around and doing all this stuff and getting so stressed, emphatic children are not sure if they are doing their part. This books reassures them they are doing exactly what they are suppose to be doing – exploring!”

“The book gives credible and understandable answers in the young bunny’s adventuresome day. Sweet drawings.”

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The Kindle version of “What Do Bunnies Do All Day” also includes exclusive downloadable activity pages that can only be accessed from the book.

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