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Follow the Bunny

3.20  ·  Rating Details  ·  5 Ratings  ·  1 Review
Follow Little Bunny as he gathers all of his friends for a party to welcome spring. The singsong rhymes and bright, colorful illustrations make this the perfect book for little ones celebrating Easter and every child ready to welcome spring!
Board Book, 10 pages
Published February 2nd 2006 by Price Stern Sloan
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Robert Beveridge
Sandra Dillard (illus.), Follow the Bunny (Price Stern Sloan, 2006)

The main attraction of Follow the Bunny, at least going by my son's reaction to it, is that each page has a textured piece he loves running his finger over. The main drawback to Follow the Bunny, from my perspective, is that the poetry's scanability (if that's even a word) lapses from time to time:

“First he hops over to Little Duck and Little Chick,
Planting many flowers that soon they can pick.”

Four accents per line, so it scans,
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