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Draw 3 circles (1 big, 1 medium-sized, and 1 small) on white paper and cut out. Draw face on medium circle. Cut out ears from pink paper. Glue on construction paper.


Material: two wooden ice cream spoons white glue

clear glitter two wiggle eyes small pink pom-pom safety pin

thin pink ribbon

1. Glue the spoon end of the two sticks together at an angle so that the two

handles form a V shape for the bunny's ears and the front spoon end forms the head.

2. Mix one part glue with two parts white paint in a margarine tub. Paint the bunny white, then quickly sprinkle over the paint with clear glitter.

3. Glue two wiggle eyes and a pom-pom nose on the head of the bunny. Glue the bow just below the ears of the bunny.

4. Glue the safety pin to the back of the bunny. Use masking tape to hold the pin in place while the glue dries.


Material: green, blue, and white construction paper, scissors, glue 1. Trace around 1 hand on white paper and cut out.

2. Fold the middle finger under.

3. Fold the thumb and the pinky finger forward.

4. Cut out a strip of grass.

5. Glue the hand print (with fingers folded) fingers up and the grass on blue paper.

6. Draw a face and paws on the bunny. Color the inside of the ears pink.



Glue cotton balls onto paper to make bunnies. Add whiskers with string.


1. Stick 2 hole reinforcements on a piece of colored paper with the edges


2. Add eyes, ears, and whiskers.

3. Decorate with pictures of carrots and flowers.


BUNNY'S NOSE (to tune of "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean") Some rabbits have bright shiny noses

I'm telling you now as a friend The reason their noses are shiny—

Their powder puff's on the wrong end Wrong end, wrong end

Their powder puff's on the wrong end Wrong end, wrong end

Their powder puff's on the wrong end.

MY BUNNY HOPS (to tune of "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean") My bunny hops all through the garden,

My bunny hops all through the yard;

I like to play tag with my bunny But trying to catch him is hard.

Come back, come back,

Come back my bunny to me, to me;

Come back, come back,

Oh come back my bunny to me.

My bunny is so soft and spunky, My bunny is friendly to me.

My bunny is such fun to play with Come join us and you, too, will see.


3 I'M A LITTLE BUNNY (to tune of "I'm a Little Teapot")

I'm a little bunny, Soft and sweet

Here are my ears and here are my feet.

When I'm in the garden, I look for treats, And nibble on all I like to eat.

LITTLE PETER RABBIT (to tune of "John Brown's Body")

(This is an action song. As song goes on you leave out words and only make motions.)

Little (hold hand close to ground) Peter Rabbit (make bunny ears) Had a fly (make fly with both hands) upon his nose (touch nose) Little Peter Rabbit had a fly upon his nose

Little Peter Rabbit had a fly upon his nose

and he flicked it (flick nose with finger) 'til it flew away (make fly with hands and fly away)

(on second verse leave out word "Little" and just make motion) ...Peter Rabbit had a fly upon his nose (repeat 3 x)

and he flicked it 'til it flew away.

(on third verse leave out words "Little" and "Peter Rabbit" and just make motions) ... ... ... had a fly upon his nose (repeat 3 x)

and he flicked it 'til it flew away.

(on fourth verse leave out "Little", "Peter Rabbit" and "fly" making motions) (on fifth verse leave out "Little", "Peter Rabbit", "Fly", and "nose"...)

(on sixth verse leave out "Little", "Peter Rabbit", "Fly", "nose" and "flicked it"...)

(on seventh verse leave out "Little", "Peter Rabbit", "Fly", "nose", "flicked it" and "flew away"...)

(on last verse leave out all words and just make motions while mouthing song) BUNNY SONG (to tune of “Do Your Ears Hang Low”)

Do your ears stand high?

Do they point up to the sky Do you like to paint your eggs With some pink and purple dye?

Do you have big feet that hop?

Could you eat a carrot crop?

Do your ears stand high?



Make a large picture of a bunny with one ear missing. Put the picture on a wall or a door. Cut one bunny ear. Roll a piece of tape and put on the back of the bunny's ear.

Blindfold child and let him try to put the ear on the bunny.



Choose someone to be Peter Rabbit. Peter is the leader and everyone imitates what Peter does. Examples... Wrinkle your nose, hop on one foot, hop on both feet, eat a carrot.


1. Cut two bunny-ear shapes from construction paper.

2. Fold the center of the paper down.

3. Fold over the right side of the paper and staple it to the middle section. Repeat with the left side.

4. Turn the hat over and color the center of the ears pink.

5. Fold the ears down, if desired. Staple yarn on both sides of the hat for ties.


Stand with arms bent and wrists flopping in front of chest. Hop...


1. You will need two gloves. Push the middle finger of one glove down inside.

2. Put on the other glove. Push the middle finger of you gloved hand into the pushed-in middle finger of the empty glove.

3. Pull the thumb and little finger of the empty glove in tight toward the palm of your gloved hand.

4. Bend your fingers. Pull the wrist of the empty glove down into your gloved palm. Hole it and the empty thumb and little finger there, using your gloved thumb and little finger.

5. Fold back the wrist of the glove that's on your hand, forming a cuff that covers your gloved thumb and little finger.

6. The cuff is the body, your middle finger inside the other glove is the head, and your pointer and ring fingers become the bunny's front paws.




Put pear slice on bed of lettuce. Add apple wedges for ears, raisins for eyes and cottage cheese for tail. Sprinkle with coconut.


Shred carrots. Mix in small amount of mayonnaise and raisins


OUT IN THE GARDEN Out in the garden

Where the cabbages grow, (gesture to one side.) Happy little cottontails

Are hopping to and fro. (hop finger on left hand.) Along comes puppy dog

Looking for some fun, (creep out right hand)

"Bow-bow-bow," he barks,

And off the bunnies run. (Hop left-hand fingers away)


Here is a bunny with ears so funny, (hold up two fingers of right hand) And here is his hole in the ground. (form circle with left hand)

When a noise he hears, he pricks up his ears, (extend first two fingers) And hops in his hole in the ground (hop fingers into left-hand circle) BUNNY

Once I saw a bunny (two fingers of one hand erect, thumb, ring and little fingers together)

And a green cabbage head (make a fist of other hand)

"I think I'll have some cabbage," the little bunny said.

So he nibbled and he nibbled (nibble with fingers and thumb) And he pricked his ears to say (two fingers of right hand very erect)

"Now I think I should be hopping on my way." (right hand hops away)



There was a little bunny who lived in the wood (make ears with fingers) He wiggled his ears as a good bunny should (wiggle fingers)

He hopped by a squirrel (hop) He wiggled by a tree (wiggle) He hopped by an owl (hop) And he wiggled by me (wiggle) He stared at the squirrel (stare) He peeked around the tree (peek) He stared at the owl (stare)

But he winked at me! (wink) BABY BUNNY

Baby bunny dressed in blue. (Hold up two fingers on one hand like bunny ears)

Met another; then there were two. (Use two hands and hold up index & middle fingers.) Bouncy bunnies to the left. (Move fingers to left.)

Bouncy bunnies to the right. (Move fingers to right.)

Bouncy bunnies get in bed. (One bunny bounces to your back.) Off to bed, you sleepy heads. (Bounce other bunny to the back.) 5 LITTLE BUNNIES


5 little bunnies hopping down a trail, The 5th one stepped on the 4th one’s tail.

“Ouch!” said the bunny.

“I’m sorry,” said his friend.

Then the 5th hopped home and the 4th little bunny was on the end.

(repeat for bunnies 4 & 3) Last verse…

…Then the 2nd hopped home and the 1st said, “The end!”


I had a little rabbit. (Hold up one finger) One day she ran away. (make fingers "run")

I looked for her by moonlight. (Hand shading eyes) I looked for her by day.

I found her in the meadow

With her babies 1, 2, 3. (hold up fingers) So now I have four rabbit pets

To run and jump with me!



5 little bunnies hopping down the trail.

One fell down and bumped her tail.

Mother called the doctor – what did he shout?

“No more bunnies hopping about!”

repeat from 4-0 MY RABBIT

My rabbit has two big ears (hold up index and middle fingers) And a funny little nose (join other 3 fingers for nose)

He likes to nibble carrots (move thumb away from other two fingers) And he hops wherever he goes. (move whole hand jerkily)


A family of rabbits lived under a tree; (close right hand and hide it under left arm) A father, a mother, and babies three. (Hold up thumb, then fingers in succession) Sometimes the bunnies would sleep all day; (Make fist)

But when night came, they liked to play. (Wiggle fingers)

Out of the hole, they'd creep, creep, creep. (Move fingers in a creeping motion)

While the birds in the trees were all asleep, (Rest face on hands, place palms together) Then the bunnies would scamper about and run...(Wiggle fingers)

Uphill, downhill! Oh, what fun! (Move fingers vigorously)

But when the mother said, "It's time to rest," (Hold up middle finger) Pop! They would hurry (Clap hands after "pop")

Right back to their nest! (Hide hand under arm)





Draw green hill on poster board. Cut bunnies and number them 1-10. Give each child a bunny. Pick a number from 1 to 10. Child with that number tapes bunny to hill.



Use 2 small plates and 1 large plate to make bunny. Make tail from cotton balls. Make eyes and nose from scraps




1 white sock (toddler size) 1 drinking straw

1 paper cup 4 cotton balls

1 rubber band Pink felt scraps Pink or black yarn 2 wiggle eyes

tacky glue scissors

sharp pencil

1. Stuff cotton balls into toe of sock. Insert straw into toe of sock.

2. Tightly wind rubber band around toe of sock, securing straw in place.

3. With pencil, poke hole in bottom of cup at its center.

4. Push end of straw through hole in cup. Slide sock over cup and glue in place. Tie bow around neck of rabbit with yarn.

5. Cut out felt ears and nose and glue in place.

6. Glue on fake eyes. Glue on pieces of yarn for whiskers.

Push and pull on straw to make puppet pop in and out!





J 070 LEE Leedy Furry News: How To Make A Newspaper J 394 GRO Grossman Ten Little Rabbits

J 398.2 FAU Faulkner Brer Tiger And The Big Wind

J 398.2 HAN Han Rabbit's Judgment

J 398.2 IRB Irbinskas How Jackrabbit Got His Very Long Ears J 398.2 KNU Knutson Sungura And Leopard

J 398.2 LOW Lowell Tortoise And The Jackrabbit J 398.2 MAY Mayo Here Comes Tricky Rabbit J 398.2 MCD McDermott Zomo The Rabbit

J 398.2 MOL Mollel Rhinos For Lunch And Elephants For Supper J 398.2 STE Stevens Tops And Bottoms

J 398.245 AAR Aardema Rabbit Makes A Monkey Of Lion J 421 BAK Baker Black And White Rabbit's ABC J 428.1 BAK Baker Little Rabbit's First Word Book J 513 MAT Mathews Bunches And Bunches Of Bunnies J 513.2 MUR Murphy Just Enough Carrots

J 535.6 BAK Baker White Rabbit's Color Book

J 599.3 - 599.32 This section has informational books on rabbits

J 636.93 This section has informational books on pet rabbits

J 811 FIE Field / McPhail Wynken, Blynken, And Nod J 811 SIL Silverstein Runny Babbit

E ABBOTT Abbott Who’s On First!

E ADA Ada Dear Peter Rabbit

E ALLEN Allen I’m Not Santa!

E ALLEN Allen Little Rabbit Who Liked To Say Moo

E ARAKI Araki Perfect Tail

E ARONER Aroner Clink, Clank, Clunk!

E ARNOSKY Arnosky Rabbits And Raindrops

E ASHER Asher Too Many Frogs!

E ASHFORTH Ashforth Horatio's Bed E ATTEBERRY Atteberry Bunnies!

E ATTEBERRY Atteberry Puddles!!!

E BAGULEY Baguley Little Lost Robin

E BAGULEY Baguley Long Way From Home

E BAKER Baker Gray Rabbit’s Favorite Things E BAKER Baker Little Rabbits On The Farm

E BALIAN Balian Humbug Rabbit

E BARON Baron Red Fox And The Baby Bunnies

E BARTON Barton That’s Not Bunny!

E BASE Base Enigma


14 E BATTERSBY Battersby Squish Rabbit

E BAUER Bauer One Brown Bunny

E BECK Beck Bunny In The Ballet

E BELL Bell Rabbit And Robot – The Sleepover E BEAUMONT Beaumont Duck, Duck, Goose! (A Coyote’s On The


E BERLIN Berlin Easter Parade

E BLACKABY Blackaby Brownie Groundhog And The Wintry Surprise E BLAKE Blake I Don’t Want To Go To School

E BOELTS Boelts You're A Brother, Little Bunny!

E BORNSTEIN Bornstein Rabbit’s Good News

E BRENNER Brenner Bunny Tails

E BRETT Brett Easter Egg

E BROWN Brown Arthur Loses A Friend

E BROWN Brown Bunny's Noisy Book

E BROWN Brown Buster (series)

E BROWN Brown Golden Egg Book

E BROWN Brown Good Day, Good Night

E BROWN Brown Goodnight Moon

E BROWN Brown Goodnight Moon 1,2,3

E BROWN Brown Home For A Bunny

E BROWN Brown My World

E BROWN Brown Nibble Nibble

E BROWN Brown Picnic

E BROWN Brown Runaway Bunny

E BRUCHAC Bruchac Rabbit’s Snow Dance

E BURG Burg One More Egg

E BURLEIGH Burleigh Hit The Road, Jack

E BUTLER Butler One Noisy Night

E BUTLER Butler Smiley Snowman

E BUTLER Butler Snow Friends

E CALMENSON Calmenson Marigold And Grandma On The Town E CAPUCILLI Capucilli Biscuit Meets The Class Pet

E CARLSON Carlson Harriette (Series) E CARLSON Carlson It’s Not My Fault!

E CARNESI Carnesi Sleepover With Beatrice And Bear

E CATE Cate Magic Rabbit

E CHACONAS Chaconas Looking For Easter

E CHEN Chen Artie And Julie

E COLEMAN Coleman One, Two, Three, Oops E COMPTON Compton Little Rabbit's Easter Surprise

E COOPER Cooper Tatty-Ratty

E COPPER Copper Snow White

E COSGROVE Cosgrove Derby Downs

E COTE Cote Goodnight, You



E COTE Cote Me And You

E COTE Cote With You Always, Little Monday E COWELL Cowell That Rabbit Belongs To Emily Brown E COUDRAY Coudray Benjamin Bear In Fuzzy Thinking

E COX Cox Rabbit Pirates

E CRONIN Cronin Rescue Bunnies

E CRUMMEL Crummel Tumbleweed Stew

E CZEKAJ Czekaj Yes, Yes, Yaul!

E DAVIS Davis Black Belt Bunny

E DENSLOW Denslow In The Snow

E DEWDNEY Dewdney Nobunny’s Perfect E DIERSSEN Dierssen Timid Timmy E DOCHERTY Docherty Snatchabook

E DODD Dodd Love

E DOTLICH Dotlich Knowing Book

E DOWNARD Downard Race Of The Century E DRISCOLL Driscoll I Love You, My Bunnies

E DROYD Droyd Goodnight iPad

E DRUMMOND Drummond Charlie The Ranch Dog – Charlie’s New Friend

E DUBOSARSKY Dubosarsky Terrible PLOP

E DUNBAR Dunbar Spring Rabbit

E DUNBAR Dunbar Tell Me Something Happy Before I Go To Sleep

E DUNBAR Dunbar Tell Me What It's Like To Be Big

E DUNREA Dunrea Gideon And Otto

E DURANT Durant Big, Bad Bunny

E DYCKMAN Dyckman Wolfie The Bunny

E DYJAK Dyjak Bertha's Garden

E EASTERLING Easterling Prize In The Snow

E EDVALL Edvall Rabbit Who Couldn’t Find His Daddy E ELZBIETA Elzbieta Jon-Jon And Annette

E ESCOFFIER Escorrier Rabbit And The Not-So-Big-Bad Wolf

E EVANS Evans Bunnies’ Picnic

E EVANS Evans Bunnies’ Trip

E FALKENSTERN Falkenstern Dragon Moves In

E FEENEY Feeney Small Bunny’s Blue Blanket E FLEMING Fleming Muncha! Muncha! Muncha!

E FLEMING Fleming Tippy-Tippy-Tippy, Hide!

E FLEMING Fleming Tippy-Tippy-Tippy, Splash E FLORIAN Florian Wonderful Habits Of Rabbits

E FORD Ford First Snow

E FORD Ford No More Bottles For Bunny

E FOX Fox Bedtime Story

E FREEDMAN Freedman Follow That Bear, If You Dare!


16 E FRIEDRICH Friedrich Easter Bunny That Overslept

E GALBRAITH Galbraith Two Bunny Buddies E GANTSCHEV Gantschev Three Little Rabbits

E GAY Gay Roslyn Rutabaga And The Biggest Hole On Earth

E GENECHTEN Genechten Ricky’s Birthday E GERSHATOR Gershator Time For A Hug

E GLIORI Gliori Flora's Blanket

E GLIORI Gliori Scariest thing Of All E GORBACHEV Gorbachev Christopher Counting E GRAVETT Gravett Bear & Hare Go Fishing E GRAVETT Gravett Bear & Hare – Share!

E GRAVETT Gravett Bear & Hare – Snow!

E GRAVETT Gravett Wolves

E GRETZ Gretz Frog, Duck And Rabbit

E GRETZ Gretz Rabbit Food

E GRIFFITH Griffith Moonlight

E HALL Hall Bunny, Bunny?

E HALL Hall What Does The Rabbit Say?

E HAMILTON Hamilton Bruh Rabbit And The Tar Baby Girl

E HAN Han Rabbit’s Tail

E HARPER Harper Pink Me Up

E HARTMAN Hartman Grumblebunny

E HAZEN Hazen Cinder Rabbit

E HEAP Heap Four Friends In The Garden

E HENKES Henkes Bailey Goes Camping

E HENKES Henkes Little White Rabbit

E HENKES Henkes So Happy!

E HEST Hest On The Night Of The Shooting Star E HILLENBRAND Hillenbrand Snowman’s Story

E HILLERT Hillert Baby Bunny

E HOLMES Holmes Me And You

E HOOPER Hooper Tom’s Rabbit

E HOPPE Hoppe Woods

E HORSE Horse Little Rabbit (Series)

E HOWE Howe Bunnicula (Series)

E HUDSON Hudson Too Many Carrots

E HURLEY Hurley Hop

E HUSSEY Hussey Rabbit’s Winter Walk E ICHIKAWA Ichikawa La La Rose

E INNS Inns Help!

E IVES Ives Rabbit Pie

E JAMES James Easter Bunny’s On His Way

E JERAM Jeram All Together Now

E JERAM Jeram Bunny My Honey


17 E JERAM Jeram I Love My Little Storybook

E JI Ji No! That’s Wrong!

E JOHNSON Johnson Are You Ready For Bed?

E JOHNSON Johnson Little Bunny Foo Foo E JOHNSON Johnson Little Bunny’s Bathtime!

E JULIAN Julian Brave As A Bunny Can Be E KAPLAN Kaplan Betty Bunny (series)

E KELLER Keller Do Unto Otters

E KELLER Keller Sleeping Bunny

E KELLER Keller Pearl’s New Skates

E KELLER Keller What A Hat

E KENYON Kenyon Hyacinth Hop Has The Hic-Hops

E KIRK Kirk Little Bunny Biddle Bunny

E KIRK Kirk Oh, So Tiny Bunny

E KIRK Kirk Ten Things I Love About You

E KIRK Kirk Thing About Spring

E KLASSEN Klassen I Want My Hat Back

E KLISE Klise Imagine Harry

E KLISE Klise Shall I Knit You A Hat?

E KNUDSEN Knudsen Big Mean Mike

E KOONTZ Koontz Chicago And The Cat – The Halloween Party E KORTEPETER Kortepeter Oliver’s Red Toboggan

E KRAUS Kraus Phil The Ventriloquist

E KROLL Kroll Really Rabbits

E KROSOCZKA Krosoczka Naptastrophe!

E LASKY Lasky Lunch Bunnies

E LASKY Lasky Science Fair Bunnies

E LASKY Lasky Show And Tell Bunnies

E LASKY Lasky Tumble Bunnies

E LATIMER Latimer Lion Vs. Rabbit E LEATHERS Leathers Black Rabbit

E LEE Lee While We Were Out

E LEONARD Leonard Barnaby And The Big Gorilla

E LEROY Leroy Superfab Saves The Day

E LEWIS Lewis Friends

E LEWIS Lewis La-Di-Da Hare

E LINDGREN Lindgren Lotta's Easter Surprise E LIVINGSTON Livingston Finklehopper Frog

E LIVINGSTON Livingston Finklehopper Frog Cheers E LLOYDJONES Lloyd-Jones Bunny’s First Spring

E LOBEL Lobel 10 Hungry Rabbits

E LOBEL Lobel Taking Care Of Mama Rabbit

E LONDON London Jackrabbit

E LOOMIS Loomis Astro Bunnies

E MACDONALD MacDonald Conejito


18 E MACDONALD MacDonald Pickin' Peas

E MACDONALD MacDonald Wolf Is Coming!

E MACK Mack Good News, Bad News

E MACKENZIE MacKenzie Wanted! Ralfy Rabbit, Book Burglar

E MARINO Marino Too Tall Houses

E MARLOW Marlow Hurry Up And Slow Down E MARTIN Martin Foolish Rabbit's Big Mistake

E MAYER` Mayer Just A Teacher’s Pet

E MCALLISTER McCallister Little Blue Bunny

E MCALLISTER McAllister Brave Bitsy And The Bear

E MCBBRATNEY McBratney Adventures Of Little Nutbrown Hare E MCBBRATNEY McBratney Guess How Much I Love You

E MCCARTY McCarty Bunny Dreams

E MCCARTY McCarty Chloe

E MCCARTY McCarty Henry In Love

E MCCUE McCue Quiet Bunny

E MCCULLOUGH McCullough Bunbun At Bedtime E MCCULLOUGH McCullough Bunbun At The Fair E MCCULLY McCully Pete Likes Bunny E MCGRATH McGrath Little Grey Bunny E MCLARKEN McLarken Rabbit Magic

E MCLEOD McLeod Earn It

E MCMULLAN McMullan Pearl And Wagner (Series) E MCPHAIL McPhail Budgie & Boo

E MCPHAIL McPhail Rick Is Sick

E MELLING Melling Hugless Douglas And The Big Sleepover E MILLER Miller Too Much Trick Or Treat

E MODESITT Modesitt Little Bunny's Easter Surprise E MODESITT Modesitt Mama, If You Had A Wish

E MOORE Moore Oh, Little Jack

E MORGAN Morgan Bunny Wishes

E MORGAN Morgan Dear Bunny

E MORRISON Morrison Tortoise Or The Hare E MORTIMER Mortimer Bunny’s Easter Egg

E MOSS Moss Bad Hare Day

E MURRAY Murray Hare And Tortoise

E NA Na Snow Rabbit, Spring Rabbit

E NEWBERRY Newberry Marshmallow

E NOVAK Novak Too Many Bunnies

E NYEU Nyeu Bunny Days

E OKEEFE O'Keefe Love Me, Love You

E OMALLEY O’Malley Great Race

E OLLER Oller Cabbage Soup Solution

E OLSON Olson Ninja Bunny

E OPPENHEIM Oppenheim I Love You, Bunny Rabbit


19 E OSTHEEREN Ostheeren Coriander's Easter Adventure

E PALATINI Palatini Goldie And The Three Hares

E PALATINI Palatini Stuff

E PAQUETTE Paquette Bunny Bus E PARASKEVAS Paraskevas Nibbles O'hare

E PARK Park What Does Bunny See

E PAUL Paul Fiesta Fiasco

E PAUL Paul Hop! Hop! Hop!

E PEARSON Pearson Elliot

E PEET Peet Huge Harold

E PETERS Peters We’re Rabbits

E PETERSEN Petersen Snowy Valentine E PFISTER Pfister Henri, Egg Artiste E PFISTER Pfister Hopper (Series) E PINKNEY Pinkney Tortoise & The Hare E PINKWATER Pinkwater Bear And Bunny E PINKWATER Pinkwater Bear In Love

E POLACCO Polacco Bun Bun Button

E PORTER Porter My Little Rabbit Tale

E PORTIS Portis Not A Box

E POTTER Potter Tale Of Peter Rabbit

E POTTER Potter Treasured Tales From Beatrix Potter

E POYDAR Poydar Bunny Business

E RASCHAKA Raschaka Five For A Little One E RAWLINSON Rawlinson Surprise For Rosie

E RAY Ray All Aboard!

E RAY Ray Squirrels On Skis

E RAYNER Rayner Harris Finds His Feet

E REPCHUK Repchuk Race

E REY Rey Happy Easter, Curious George

E REY Rey Spotty

E REYNOLDS Reynolds Creepy Carrots E RIORDAN Riordan Little Bunny Bobkin

E RISOM Risom Richard Scarry – I Am A Bunny E ROBBINS Robbins Tom, Ally, And The Baby-Sitter

E ROBEY Robey Hare And The Big Green Lawn

E ROCKWELL Rockwell Chip And The Karate Kick E ROHMANN Rohmann My Friend Rabbit

E ROSENTHAL Rosenthal Duck! Rabbit!

E ROTH Roth Little Bunny's Sleepless Night

E RUSSELL Russell Moon Rabbit

E RUSSO Russo Bunnies Are Not In Their Beds

E RUSSO Russo Sophie Sleeps Over

E RUZZIER Ruzzier Hey, Rabbit!

E RYLANT Rylant Bunny Bungalow


20 E RYLANT Rylant Annie And Snowball (Series)

E RYLANT Rylant Henry & Mudge & Annie's Perfect Pet E SADLER Sadler Honey Bunny (Series)

E SAKAI Sakai Snow Day

E SANDALL Sandall Everybunny Dance!

E SCHINDLER Schindler Bear's Cave

E SCHMID Schmid Hare’s Christmas Gift E SCHOTTER Schotter Missing Rabbit

E SCHULMAN Schulman Bunny For All Seasons E SCHULMAN Schulman 10 Easter Egg Hunters E SCIESZKA Scieszka Battle Bunny

E SEGAL Segal Carrot Soup

E SEUSS Seuss Eye Book

E SHANNON Shannon Rabbit’s Gift

E SHEA Shea Don’t Play With Your Food

E SIEGENTHALER Siegenthaler Hopper's Easter Surprise E SILVESTRO Silvestro Bunny’s Book Club E SIMMONS Simmons Little Fern's First Winter

E SMITH Smith Audrey Bunny

E SMYTHE Smythe Chester’s Colorful Eggs E SPAGNOL Spagnol Little Benguin

E SPINELLI Spinelli Big Boy Now E STANLEY Stanley Birthday Party E STANLEY Stanley Lettice (Series)

E STEVENS Stevens Jackalope

E STEWART Stewart I’m Big Enough

E STEWART Stewart Little Bit Of Winter E STEWART Stewart No Babysitters Allowed

E STEWART Stewart Rabbit Ears

E SZEKERES Szekeres Sammy’s Special Day

E SZEKERES Szekeres Thumpity Thump Gets Dressed

E TAFURI Tafuri Where Did Bunny Go?

E TAFURI Tafuri Will You Be My Friend?

E TAYLOR Taylor Grizzly Bear With the Frizzly Hair

E TEGAN Tegan Story Of The Easter Bunny

E THOMAS Thomas Here Comes The Big, Mean Dust Bunny!

E THOMAS Thomas Rhyming Dust Bunnies

E THOMPSON Thompson Legendary Texas Jackhorn E TINGLE Tingle When Turtle Grew Feathers E TONATIUH Tonatiuh Pancho Rabbit And The Coyote

E TONE Tone Very Big Carrot

E TUKEL Tukel Rainstack

E UNDERWOOD Underwood Here Comes The Easter Cat

E VAGIN Vagin Enormous Carrot

E VAIL Vail Piggy Bunny



E VAINIO Vainio Best Of Friends

E VAINIO Vainio Little Rabbit Finds Christmas

E VANLAAN Van Laan Scrubba Dub

E VANLAAN Van Laan Tickle Tum!

E VOZAR Vozar M.C. Turtle And The Hip-Hop Hare

E WADDELL Waddell Tom Rabbit

E WAHL Wahl Rabbits On Mars

E WALLACE Wallace Count Down To Clean Up!

E WALLACE Wallace Paperwhite

E WALLACE Wallace Rabbit’s Bedtime E WALLACE Wallace Ready, Set, 100th Day!

E WALLACE Wallace Valentine Express

E WALSH Walsh Gluey, A Snail Tale

E WALTON Walton So Many Bunnies

E WARD Ward Hare And The Tortoise

E WARNES Warnes Warning! Do Not Touch!

E WASHINGTON Washington Li’l Rabbit’s Kwanzaa

E WATSON Watson Bedtime Bunnies

E WATSON Watson Magic Rabbit

E WATTS Watts Harvey Hare, Postman Extraordinaire

E WATTS Watts Will You Be My Friend?

E WATSON Watson Magic Rabbit

E WAX Wax Arlo Makes A Friend

E WEEKS Weeks Bunny Fun

E WEEKS Weeks Overboard!

E WEIGELT Weigelt Easter Bunny’s Baby

E WELLS Wells Carry Me

E WELLS Wells Emily’s First 100 Days Of School

E WELLS Wells Gulps

E WELLS Wells Hand In Hand

E WELLS Wells Love Waves

E WELLS Wells Max & Ruby (Series) E WELLS Wells Morris’s Disappearing Bag

E WELLS Wells Read To Your Bunny

E WENINGER Weninger Davy (Series)

E WHITE White Adventure Of Louey And Frank

E WILD Wild Rosie And Tortoise

E WILDSMITH Wildsmith Hare And The Tortoise E WILLEMS Willems Knuffle Bunny

E WILLEMS Willema Knuffle Bunny Free E WILLEMS Willems Knuffle Bunny, Too E WILLIAMS Williams Benjamin’s Treasure E WILLIAMS Williams Bunnies’ ABC

E WILLIAMS Williams Dinnertime!

E WILLIAMS Williams Rabbits' Wedding


22 E WILLIAMS Williams Velveteen Rabbit

E WING Wing Night Before Easter

E WORMELL Wormell Big Ugly Monster And The Little Stone Rabbit E WORMELL Wormell Blue Rabbit (Series)

E WRIGHT Wright Bunnies On Ice

E YATES Yates Small Surprise

E YOON Yoon Found

E ZIEFERT Ziefert Rabbit And Hare Divide An Apple E ZOLOTOW Zolotow Bunny Who Found Easter


J 791.43 ADV Adventures Of The American Rabbit J 791.43 ADV Adventures Of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit J 791.43 BUG Bugs Bunny – Hare Extraordinaire

J 791.43 EAS Easter Basket (Toopy And Binoo – Funny Bunny) J 796.43 ESS Essential Bugs Bunny

J 791.43 FUR Furry News: How To Make A Newspaper

J 791.43 GRA Grandpa Read’s Quiet Time Tales v. 5 (Peter Rabbit) J 791.43 GRA Grandpa Read’s Quiet Time Tales v. 9 (Velveteen Rabbit) J 791.43 GRA Grandpa Read’s Quiet Time Tales v. 11 (Uncle Wiggly And The

Three Kittens)

J 791.43 GRA Grandpa Read’s Quiet Time Tales v. 12 (Tale Of Benjamin Bunny)

J 791.43 GUE Guess How Much I Love You – The Adventures Of Little Nutbrown Hare

J 791.43 KNU Knuffle Bunny J 791.43 MAX Max & Ruby (series) J 791.43 MIF Miffy And Friends

J 791.43 MYF My Friend Rabbit – Hello, Rabbit!

J 791.43 MYF My Friends Tigger & Pooh

J 791.43 PET Peter Rabbit – Spring Into Adventure J 791.43 POS Postcards From Buster

J 791.43 TOR Tortoise And The Hare J 791.43 TOR Tortoise Vs Hare J 791.43 VEL Velveteen Rabbit

J 791.43 WHY Why Mosquitoes Buzz In Peoples’ Ears & More Stories From Africa (Who’s In Rabbit’s House)


J 782.42 PAL Hap Palmer’s Animal Antics (Rabbit Moves Fast)


23 This list was updated on October 26, 2017


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