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Little Bunny's Bedtime!
Little Bunny doesn't want to go to sleep. Mrs. Rabbit tries everything she knows, from lullabies, lots of snuggles and even a warm bubble bath, but Little Bunny is not ready to sleep and he is beginning to enjoy this alone time with Mommy! Finally, Little Bunny wears himself out and flop he is fast asleep! Mrs. Rabbit thinks she can get some rest. But just as she begins to ...more
Board Book, 16 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by Tiger Tales
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Not the best book out there on attachment parenting IMO. The pictures are adorable and the texture is fun for little hands. It's true that parents can be exhausted and babies can be very attached to their parents and want to "stay up with Mommy forever", but I don't think the message is the best. A lullaby if your "little bunny" is having trouble sleeping, sure. But an entire bath? If a bath will soothe your child and help him wind down for sleep, then why wait until after the bunny is already i ...more
Nov 22, 2009 Dolly rated it liked it
Recommends it for: parents reading with their little ones
A familiar tale of woe from exhausted Moms everywhere - just as everyone is settled down for sleep, a child complains that they cannot sleep. What to do? The weary Mom tries every trick in the book, following typical bedtime routines such as singing lullabies, giving warm baths, offering warm milk, etc. This is a good book to read at bedtime and our girls loved the soft fuzzy texture of the bunnies. Even though they are rapidly outgrowing books like this, they still enjoyed reading this story.