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Book Review: Bunny's First Spring *Giveaway

About Bunny's First Spring
When a bunny is born in spring, he sees the world as green and new and full of hope.  But as the seasons change, the bunny worries that the earth may be dying.  In bestselling author’s Sally Lloyd-Jones’ latest picture book celebrating the Easter season and rebirth, nature speaks to the bunny, assuring him of something more. Award-winning artist David McPhail’s whimsical illustrations reflect the beauty of the world around us as Lloyd-Jones’ inspirational text prompts readers to celebrate the changing seasons and the miracle of nature’s rebirth.

My Review:
Thanks Zondervan for sending me this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review.  All opinions expressed are 100% mine and I was not paid for this review.  

I have reviewed other books written by Sally Lloyd-Jones and am really becoming a fan.   This book makes the reader wonder about other animals as she playfully writes about Bunny.   I enjoyed the book but couldn't help but wonder about more animals and curious as to what they think when the weather and seasons change.   Sally wrote a nice book that sparks curiosity in minds of all ages.  

The illustrator, David McPhail, has created great  pictures of Bunny and all the seasons.  It is fun to see the emotion all over Bunny's face as he is confused when the leaves and snow fall and fear when all his animal friends leave. 

This book can easily be tied into any season lessons you might be teaching or Easter and spring.   It truly can focus on the rebirth and Easter message.  :)

This book is geared fro ages 4-8 and would make a great addition to your library.   Zondervan has this hardcover for sale starting February 3, 2015.   Try to win a copy of this book by entering the giveaway below:


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Comments

Maegan Morin said…
My favorite season is fall! Spring is a close second though.
Debbie Lewis said…
Spring and Fall are my two favorite seasons
kathy dalton said…
Im in florida where it is hot 9 months of the year so I love Winter
Sue Hull said…
I love winter and spring.I just love the rain. Here in Ca. we are needing tons of it. I'm praying February is a wet month.
Thank you for the chance :)
Anonymous said…
My favorite season is summer. I love the hot weather and the beach.
marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com
Merry

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