“this is a book that i loved when i was little i could not read so some one had to read to me i heard it so much that i whould pertined i was reading but i would be meorising it.”see full review » see other reviews »
“This is an adorable book with adorable pictures about a bunny who wants to find a home that is just right for him. This would be great to open up conversation about different animal habitats or even where different kids live (house, apartment, duplex, etc.). Probably best in a young setting with maybe preschool or kindergarten students.”Jeannette DeLoach wrote this review Wednesday, October 24, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Literary Analysis: This story is about a little bunny who is searching for a place to live. He meets a few animals and asks them where they live. He decides that each of the animals' residences are unfit for him until he meets another bunny. The new bunny invites the homeless bunny to live with him under his rock. This book features some repetition. Even though it is not written in the form of a "traditional" (rhyming) poem, the text is overflowing is such beautiful cadence.
-Following a read-aloud, discuss the different homes for different animals (or in other words, habitat). Then have students chose an animal that was not featured in the book to research it's habitat.
-This story takes place in the springtime and features several details to support the setting. In small groups, have students identify the different descriptions in the story that indicate the time of year (besides the obvious "It's spring! It's spring!" statement). ”
“this is a book that i loved when i was little i could not read so some one had to read to me i heard it so much that i whould pertined i was reading but i would be meorising it.”Amanda M wrote this review Friday, April 30, 2010. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“i think its a good book”Perry T wrote this review Monday, December 7, 2009. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No