22 books about bunnies

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22 books about bunnies

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Books about bunnies

Bunny Bus

Written by Ammi-Joan Paquette and illustrated by Lesley Breen Withrow, Farrar Straus Giroux

AGES 2-4

Hop on the Bunny Bus and join some adorable animal friends as they bounce along to the Easter Parade. $24,

Bunny Bus book coverPhoto: Raincoast Books

Knuffle Bunny

Written and illustrated by Mo Willems, Disney-Hyperion

AGES 2-5

Trixie, Daddy and Knuffle Bunny take a trip to the Laundromat but their fun adventure starts to go terribly wrong when Trixie realizes that somebunny was left behind. Kids will love this hilarious cautionary tale of what happens when dads are in charge. $19,

Knuffle Bunny book cover


Rabbit Magic

Written and illustrated by Meg McLaren, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

AGES 3-5

When one of his tricks goes wrong, a famous magician looses his place in the spotlight and his rabbit assistant, Houdini becomes the new star.


22 books about bunnies

Bunny Slopes

Written and illustrated by Claudia Rueda, Chronicle Books

AGES 2-5

This interactive book asks little ones to shake, tap, tilt and turn the book around to help a little bunny ski down the slope. $22,

Bunny Slopes book cover

The Tale Of Peter Rabbit

Written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter, Penguin Random House 

AGES 2-4

Kids will love this classic tale of the mischievous rabbit and his quest for Mr. McGregor’s vegetables $8,

The tale of Peter Rabbit book coverPhoto: Penguin Random House


Bunnies on Ice

Written and illustrated by Johanna Wright, Macmillan 

AGES 2-6 

“Finally, as the snow begins to fall, you can show the world just how good you really are!” Your little one will love this firsthand account of the successes and failures of being a skating star who’s also a bunny. $19,

Bunnies on Ice coverPhoto: Raincoast Books

Wolfie the Bunny

Written by Ame Dyckman and illustrated by Zachariah OHora, Little, Brown and Company  

AGES 3-6 

Dot Bunny is worried that her new wolf brother will gobble everyone up, but she soon learns that he’s the most caring sibling she could ever wish for. $19,

Wolfie the bunny book coverPhoto: Little, Brown and Company

Curious George and the Bunny

Written and illustrated by H.A. Rey, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

AGES 1-2

Curious George decides to play hide-and-seek with a baby bunny but the baby bunny runs away. Luckily, Mother Bunny is there to help George find his new furry friend. $10,

Curious George and the bunny book cover


The Bunny Book

Written by Patsy Scarry and illustrated by Richard Scarry, Penguin Random House 

AGES 4-2

In this beautifully illustrated Richard Scarry classic, a baby bunny’s family wonders what their little one will grow up to be. Parents and kids can discuss they’re own hopes for the future as they read this book together. $11,

The bunny book coverPhoto: Penguin Random House

Bunny Dreams

Written and illustrated by Peter McCarty, Henry Holt & Co                  

AGES 4-8                  

When bunnies dream they can do whatever they want. They can find the perfect carrot or even fly! $20,

Bunny Dreams bookPhoto: Raincoast Books


Written by Deborah and James Howe and illustrated by Alan Daniel, Simon & Schuster 

AGES 9-12

Harold the dog and Chester the cat are suspicious of the new pet in the Monroe family: a bunny…who may also be a vampire. Kids will love this quirky tale of fluff and fangs. It’s the first book the Bunnicula series. $8,

Bunnicula book coverPhoto: Simon & Schuster


The Bunnies are not in Their Beds

Written and illustrated by Marisabina Russo, Penguin Random House

AGES 3-7

Kids who hate bedtime will relate to the michievous bunnies who don’t want to go to bed, and parents will empathize with their Mom and Dad as they struggle to get the fluffy troublemakers to sleep. $9,

The Bunnies are not in their beds book coverPhoto: Penguin Random House

Guess How Much I Love You

Written by Sam McBratney and illustrated by Anita Jeram, Penguin Random House


Little Nutbrown Hare loves his daddy as far as he can hop. (And that’s a lot!) Big Nutbrown Hare can hop higher but loves his little one just as much. This classic tale celebrates the endless love between parents and their little bunnies. $11,

Guess How Much I Love You Book CoverPhoto: Penguin Random House

Bunjitsu Jumps to the Moon

Written and illustrated by John Himmelman, Henry Holt & Co

AGES 6-8

Isabel is really good at Bunjitsu, a bunny form of martial arts. In her class no bunny is better than her. The third book in the Bunjitsu Bunny series follows Isabel as she tries to make new friends and overcome her fears. $20,

Bunjitsu Bunny Jumps to the Moon BookPhoto: Raincoast Books


Are you my mommy

Written and illustrated by Joyce Wan, Scholastic 

AGES 0-4 

A chicken isn’t a bunny’s mommy, and neither is a pig or a horse! Help a lost little rabbit find his mother in this adorable board book. $8,

Are You My Mommy BookPhoto: Scholastic

We’re Going on an Egg Hunt

Written and illustrated by Laura Hughes, Bloomsbury

AGES 3-6

In this interactive and exciting lift-the-flap book, your little one can join a family of bunnies as they hunt for eggs. But watch out for a few obstacles along the way including bees, lambs and even a wolf!


We're Going on an Egg Hunt book cover

Home For A Bunny

Written by Margaret Wise Brown and illustrated by Garth Williams, Penguin Random House

AGES 2-5

Kids will love this beloved classic tale of a little bunny and his springtime quest for a home. $9,

Home For a Bunny book coverPhoto: Penguin Random House


The Country Bunny

Written by DuBose Heyward and illustrated by Marjorie Flack, Clarion Books

AGES 4-7

In this whimisical tale of adventure and magic, a brave mama bunny will finally get the chance to achieve her lifelong dream of becoming one of the five Easter Bunnies. $21, 

22 books about bunnies

The Snow Rabbit

Illustrated by Camille Garoche, Enchanted Lion Books                                          

AGES 4–8                                          

A snow sculpture turns into a real snow rabbit in this magical wordless tale. Join two sisters as they follow the rabbit deep into the woods on a wintry night. $24,

The snow rabbit book coverPhoto: Enchanted Lion Books

The Velveteen Rabbit

Written by Margery Williams and illustrated by William Nicholson, Penguin Random House

AGES 3-7

An old abandoned toy rabbit gets a new life when a magic fairy saves him. This beloved old classic is a celebration of boundless love. $16,

The Velveteen Rabbit coverPhoto: Penguin Random House


The Runaway Bunny

Written by Magaret Wise Brown and illustrated by Clement Hurd, HarperCollins 

AGES 4-8

A little bunny keeps running away, but his mother always finds him in this book about hide-and-seek and love. $10,

The Runaway Bunny book coverPhoto: HarperCollins

A Bunny in The Ballet

Written and illustrated by Robert Beck, Scholastic

AGES 3-7

Désirée Rabbit dreams of becoming a famous ballet dancer in her hometown of Paris, France. But she must face a big challenge: there are no bunnies in the ballet! Will she get her chance to shine? $20, 

A bunny in the ballet book coverPhoto: Scholastic

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This article was originally published on Mar 06, 2018

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