Cowboy Bunnies

Cowboy Bunnies

Book - 1997
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Little bunnies spend their day pretending to be cowboys: riding their ponies, mending fences, counting cows, eating chow, and singing cowboy tunes until it is time for bed.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c1997
ISBN: 9780399226250
Branch Call Number: E LOO
Characteristics: [26] p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Eitan, Ora 1940-


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May 19, 2016

The art style in this book really struck me. Eitan painted on wood, and for a book focused on ranching, it’s a perfect fit. It’s sweet and ends quietly, a great little book for bedtime. There are a lot of kids’ books about farms, but not many about ranches, so I thought this was a nice contribution.

Feb 09, 2012

I've been reading this book multiple times daily to my 6 month old twins for a few weeks now & I've yet to tire of it. I love the art work, and the rhyming is fun, lyrical and memorable. Phrases like 'hurly burley' & 'jiggity jig' are fun to read aloud. The little ones really seem to be paying attention to this tale.


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