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Hop along with Bunny and play peek-a-boo in this gorgeous rhyming hide-and-seek adventure from author-illustrator Holly Surplice! Bunny is having such a wonderfully exciting time during his forest game of hide-and-seek that he manages to miss most of his friends' hiding places. Young readers will delight in spotting all the hiding places as they follow along with Bunny....

Title : Peek-a-Boo Bunny
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ISBN : 9780062242655
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Peek-a-Boo Bunny Reviews

  • Tasha
    2019-06-03 11:45

    Bunny and his friends are playing their favorite game, Hide-and-Seek! Bunny gets to seek first and all of his friends hide. He counts to ten. Then he bounces and rushes around, moving way too fast to notice the others hiding. As Bunny races from one page to the next, another friend is revealed in their hiding place on each page, making it a real game of hide-and-seek for the reader. Eventually, Bunny does slow down, but he still can’t find the hidden animals. Bunny sits down under a tree, saddened by not finding any of his friends. But don’t worry, they can find him!A jolly picture book where the game is made real for the reader, Surplice infuses her book with humor but also with a gentleness toward Bunny too. The story itself is simple and linear, offering space for the illustrations to carry the full story for the reader.The illustrations are lovely. They offer collages of cut paper grasses and flowers in a rainbow of colors that pop against the pastel backgrounds. Bunny and his friends all pop out as well with their firm lines dark against the flowing colors of the forest. A sparkling spring pick, this book is great for preschoolers and toddlers. I could see it making a great board book too. Appropriate for ages 1-4.

  • Hααℓєу♡ Ƒιѕнєя
    2019-05-26 10:42

    I really enjoyed the illustrations in this book.

  • Joella www.cinjoella.com
    2019-05-26 07:51

    Bunny and the other forest animals love to play games. And one game that Bunny especially likes playing is hide and seek. Bunny closes his eyes and counts. But he can’t see any of his friends. Of course readers can spot them (especially mole that tends to be on almost every page) and will enjoy the idea that they can see what Bunny can’t. The text is simple (and reminds me of one of my favorite toddler books Overboard! by Sarah Weeks). But the repetition of “Bunny, Bunny…” every page makes the text comforting for the little ones that tend to cling to familiar things. This is a perfect book to read to a toddler when snuggling right before bedtime.

  • Arminzerella
    2019-05-23 11:43

    Adorable bunny/animal illustrations. Bunny and his friends play a game of hide-and-seek - Bunny is REALLY bad at this (he has more enthusiasm for hopping than he does expertise in seeking). Just when he's starting to feel bad about not having found anyone, all the other animals jump out and surprise him with a PEEK-A-BOO! Cute.

  • Margaret Chind
    2019-05-24 11:07

    The watercolor plant-life is my favorite part of the illustrations of this book. Bunny and friends play hide-and-seek with an end in peek-a-boo and have lots of fun doing it. This is a very cute interactive book for all kiddos to enjoy. Peek-a-boo Bunny is absolutely beautiful to the eyes. Thanks to HC for providing an ARC for review.

  • Jill
    2019-05-25 12:54

    At first I thought this was just another hide and seek book with nothing special about. Boy, was I wrong! Bunny has a hard time because s/he can't find any of the friends hiding. But the kids reading the book will be able to find them hidden in the pages, so they get to play too!

  • Jenna
    2019-05-23 05:47

    I loved the illustrations in this. Especially the floral backgrounds. While reading the book, however, I kept thinking that I was reading Llama Llama instead. A cute story about playing hide-and-seek with friends while also enjoying time running about by yourself and exploring.

  • Mary
    2019-05-17 11:09

    This is a great book to use to incorporate the idea of play into the lives of young children. The rhyming scheme in this book and the I-spy aspects make it fun and engaging to small children while also helping them learn.

  • Megan Statza
    2019-06-11 06:48

    Gorgeous background in this book (trees, forest, flowers). Small children (toddlers) will like the familiar game of peek-a-book, children 3-5 will enjoy searching for animals and looking closely at pages.

  • Rachel
    2019-05-19 05:49

    This would be good as a lapsit. You can use for story time but I think you'd get better interaction if it was one on one. Very cute story. Rabbit and friends play hide and seek but Rabbit can't find anyone, mole on the other had sees everyone but cant get Bunny's attention.

  • Rachel
    2019-05-19 08:01

    Good solid text, but the pastel colors of the plants that surround each picture is distracting and hides the intent of the pictures to much, and the last two page spread is just this wildlife, making for a stilted ending as you move to the last page.

  • Aleece
    2019-06-09 06:51

    This is a wonderful rhyming story about how bunny plays hide-and-seek but has trouble finding his friends. Overall this is a wonderful story with beautiful illustrations that will keep the kids and adult entertained.

  • Avonlea Rose
    2019-06-08 06:03

    The floral illustrations in this book are gorgeous. I wish I could decorate a room with them! Rhyming words and cute animal friends to play hide-and-seek with. My daughter's favourite part is counting the numbers as bunny counts down.

  • Naomi Blackburn
    2019-05-19 11:02

    Oh my gosh, this book was adorable. Bunny has a hard time playing hide and seek and gets sad. His friends let them know they are still around him. Just a cute story on the importance of friendship. The illustrations were sweet too. I loved Bunny's facial expressions.

  • Maggie KutsBorg
    2019-06-15 12:09

    Hide and Seek would be a really fun storytime theme, wouldn't it? But I would hesitate on doing this one at Toddler Time. Just a little too much work for them in a group, although I'm sure that one-on-one a 2 year old would enjoy this.

  • Michelle Gray
    2019-05-26 13:43

    Would be adorable for a spring or bunny storytime.

  • Paula
    2019-06-13 13:48

    "An energetic bunny plays hid and seek with his forest friends"-- Provided by publisher.

  • Vicki
    2019-06-14 10:03

    This isn't an Easter story, but a book about friendship. Repetitive, rhyming words I think the younger set would enjoy.

  • Monica Williams
    2019-05-16 08:03

    Perfect for reading aloud! A charmer.

  • Elizabeth
    2019-05-24 05:52

    Cute rythym, fun art.

  • Mary
    2019-05-30 10:56

    Sweet, short peek-a-boo/hide & seek book that will be great for my under-threes storytime this summer.

  • Robin Raines-Bond
    2019-06-07 13:59

    Bunny, Bunny! Cute illustrations and fun text. A fun little book for Easter.

  • Danica Midlil
    2019-06-13 11:43

    Really sweet and great illustrations!

  • jacky
    2019-06-05 12:01

    Very pretty artwork. Fun to find the animals. Text and plot are just alright.

  • Alice
    2019-06-02 06:07

    This is pretty good. First off the illustrations are great! The Repetition of "Bunny Bunny" is good and not too annoying (like repetitions can be like) The end was fun and just a good Easter book!

  • Melissa
    2019-05-23 05:56

    Possible ST themes: I Spy/Hide and Seek, bunnies

  • Michelle
    2019-05-25 08:55

    A beautifully illustrated book great for a baby storytime.

  • Cara
    2019-05-16 13:51

    Not too exciting; illustrations bump it up to 3 stars

  • Ruth Ann
    2019-06-01 07:03

    Bunny is playing Hide-and-Seek with his friends. Bunny is having a difficult finding his friends. His friend, Mole, is trying to help.Darling illustrations are perfect for a spring storytime.

  • Robin Rockman
    2019-05-19 10:52

    I agree with others that said it might be better for one on one, as opposed to storytime.