Little Bunny’s Sleepless Night
This beloved bedtime tale with it’s gentle rhyme and endearing animals will send kids to bed knowing there’s no place like home.
Little Bunny, an only child, is so lonely that he can’t sleep. But when he asks his friends Squirrel, Skunk, Porcupine, Bear, and Owl if he can stay with them, he gets a surprise. Squirrel’s bed is too lumpy, Skunk’s bed is too smelly, and Porcupine’s bed is too pointy . . . And before long, Little Bunny discovers that his own bed is the best of all.
Carol Roth’s soothing text is perfect for preschoolers and Valeri Gorbachev’s warm illustrations are delightful.
Loaded with child appeal.
School Library Journal
This picture book scores high points on the snuggle scale and is just the ticket for the train to Nod.
This is an endearing story, with a wonderful message as well as sound effects that can be emphasized during reading. The ratio of pictures to text is engaging, and a lot of emphasis is given to the characters, who are sure to appeal to younger children. A great bedtime story for any child six years or younger or a good selection for the elementary school library.
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