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The Bunnies' Picnic

3.9 of 5 stars 3.90  ·  rating details  ·  69 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Bunny One and Bunny Two decide it's time to make some bunny stew, but a big spill puts a damper on those plans. Luckily eight hungry bunnies bounce right back and plan a marvelous picnic instead in this fun book that also teaches counting and cooperation concepts. Full color.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published December 12th 2006 by Disney-Hyperion
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This is a sweet, rhyming book about a family of bunnies who want to make stew.

"Bunny one and bunny two get ready to make some yummy stew.
Bunny three and bunny four go grab the baskets by the door.
Bunny five and bunny six start on their way with walking sticks.
Bunny seven and bunny eight bounce down the path and through the gate.
The bunnies quick begin to pick,
and in their baskets they each stick
some pumpkin heads and ears of corn.
Abundant vegetables adorn
the countryside and gardens too:
Catherine Johnson
Bunny one and bunny two get ready to make yummy stew!
All the bunnies, one through eight, are preparing a great feast. But...oh no!
Bunny one and bunny two didn't mean to spill the stew.

Love the illustrations, so bright and beautiful. The rhyme is perfect and there is plenty of repetition to interest early readers.
Cute book for the preschool set for working on numbers and learning about teamwork, but also good for beginning readers. There's enough repetition that they can figure out the words they may not know and the illustrations are good.
The bunnies pick vegetables for a stew, but oh, dear! there is an accident, and now there is no stew. What will the bunnies do for supper? Very cute illustrations in this book about overcoming obstacles cheerfully. Ages 2-6.
Jennie Fitz
Kids enjoyed it the first read. It has great counting and rhyming throughout the book. Wish they had a chance to enjoy their yummy stew but good teamwork saved the day (or meal rather!)
The whole bunny family has fun making stew until its spilled by accident leaving them to think of another way to enjoy and evening meal with fresh vegetables from their garden.
cute pictures but too much going on during this tale of bunnies making stew. counting goes up and down but it's too much.
Not bad, but the rhyme felt a little too forced for me.
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