What Does Our Active Toddler Think of Confessions of a Bunny?
Nova is a very active toddler, who hardly sits still. So it can be a challenge finding a bedtime story she will listen to. So, how did she do with Confessions of a Bunny being read to her?
Nova did better than usual, when taking a look at this book. She really enjoyed the colorful illustrations. Even though she can't read yet, we think it's great that she can turn the pages and enjoy the pictures. The book is a larger size, which is awesome for toddlers because they can more easily handle the book.
What is Confessions of a Bunny About and What do We Think?
Confessions of a Bunny is about a stuffed bunny, her girl, and the adventures and love they share together. Many young kids should be able to relate to the story line, as well as enjoy the colorful illustrations.
The lesson of love that this book teaches is one all kids should learn. If your child is cuddly, like Nova is, it is highly recommended as a bedtime story. This is because of the cuddling a prized stuffed toy, like the main character, Bun Bun can offer.
Our toddler really liked this book during nap time. After the story, she proceeded to cuddle with her blankie and fall fast asleep. Perfect!
The author, Melissa Jackson, did a great job creating a story that not only can be related to by kids of multiple ages, but also teaches an important lesson with fun imagery and words.
Our Recommended Age Range: 0 - 3rd Grade
Stars: 5 of 5