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I Am a Bunny by Ole Risom
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Feb 11, 08

Recommended to Steph by: my mother
Recommended for: Children, babies, and all ages of people who like cute things.
Read in January, 1976

This is a perfectly grand children's book, and as one of my favorites from childhood recently rediscovered, I've given it a five star rating. It's large and sturdy, and was illustrated by the illustrious Richard Scarry.

It's not really a story. It's just a simple declaration of what a bunny named Nicholas does with his life. He enjoys chasing butter flies, playing in leaves, and he hides under a toadstool when it rains. He curls up in his cozy tree when winter comes, and dreams of spring. All things every curious child wants to know about fictional bunnies.

There is nothing educational about this book. It is not accurate regarding bunny size, activities, or opinions. Perhaps that's what I love about it, though. It fueled my imagination endlessly as a small child, as fantasy tended to do.
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