Penguin Random House

The Sleepy Bunny: A Springtime Story about Being Yourself

SKU: 9780744069860

$6.99

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This picture book is an adorable introduction to Easter for pre-readers. Meet a sleepy bunny with an unlikely talent, that will remind little ones their differences can also be their superpower.

 

Benji snoozes all day long, while the other animals bounce about and have the best Easter fun together. They laugh at him for this, but when it's time to set up the annual secret egg hunt, who could be more perfect for this night-time job?

 

From the bestselling book, The Happy Pumpkin, comes a new springtime adventure for Easter! Grown-ups and children can enjoy this exciting Easter book about a sleepy little bunny that does things differently, teaching little ones to embrace and celebrate their differences.

This heartwarming picture book for 0-5 year olds:

 

- Has an exciting storyline that's easy for young children to follow along.
- Promotes social and emotional learning (SEL) themes, as it teaches children to develop healthy, positive identities, as well as showing compassion to others.
- Includes beautiful illustrations that accompany charming narrative text.
- Features sturdy pages in a small format making it perfect for adults to share with little ones.

 

With playful springtime illustrations in full bloom, adults and children will love to read aloud and follow the story of this bunny to see if she ever gets her hop back! The Sleepy Bunny will inspire young readers to be bold and proud of their individuality, while encouraging others to appreciate these differences.

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