Oh So Tiny Bunny

Oh So Tiny Bunny

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During the day, Oh So Tiny Bunny is very, very small. But at night, he dreams of being big--as big as a dragon, or even a mountain! At first, that's fine, but then he feels lonely. There's no one to share it with. Are there no other bunnies so big as him?

Every small child dreams of the day they will grow up to be big, but in this book David Kirk reminds us that sometimes . . . it's not so bad being small.

Publisher: New York : Feiwel and Friends, c2013
Edition: 1st. ed
ISBN: 9781250016881
Branch Call Number: E KIR
Characteristics: [34] p. :,col. ill. ;,22 cm

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SPL_Childrens Feb 24, 2014

During the day, Oh So Tiny Bunny is a very small bunny … but at night, he has very big dreams.

Snug in his bed and dressed in his blue ‘jammies, he dreams that he is as big as a dragon … as big as a forest … or even as big as a mountain. He can leap over houses and mountains and he dreams of eating clover as tall as trees and carrots the size of train cars.

As gigantic as Oh So Tiny Bunny’s dreams are, however, there’s something missing: a friend with whom to share these super-sized adventures! Try as he might, he can’t find a friend anywhere in his dreams.

Then a wonderful surprise awakens Oh So Tiny Bunny and convinces him that sometimes, it’s nice to be small, after all.

From the author/illustrator David Kirk (creator of Miss Spider’s Tea Party and the Biddle Bunny books), this whimsical, imaginative picture book with its vibrant, eye-catching art, is sure to become a bedtime favourite.

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SPL_Childrens Feb 24, 2014

SPL_Childrens thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 3 and 5

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