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Summer’s here and these two sunny bunnies can’t wait to dig their toes into the sandiest spot in Carrot Cake Park — Piper Beach. There, with the big sister leading the way, they’ll build a castle, fly a kite and — of course — jump the waves! This endearing rhyming tale with its cheerful illustrations captures their day perfectly — from the moment they fling their flip-flops until, home again, they say good night . . . almost!
Awards for the hardcover version of Sunny Bunnies, the summertime picture book from MB Publishing's Carrot Cake Park Tales.
• Mom’s Choice Awards: Gold Recipient
• Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards: Gold Medal
"Margie Blumberg has written a delightfully entertaining story about a family of bunny rabbits who spend a day at the beach…. The rhyming text is as clever as it is entertaining and children will thoroughly enjoy the surprise at the end! Charmingly illustrated throughout by June Goulding, Sunny Bunnies is a perfect pick for family, school, and community library picture book collections!" —Midwest Book Review
For the springtime Carrot Cake Park tale, Breezy Bunnies, visit the PicPocket Books App store.
- High-fidelity, full-color illustrations that stay true to the original print book.
- High-quality audio recording.
- Highlighted text corresponds with audio – each word highlights as it is read to help new readers understand the connection between words and sounds – excellent for beginning readers or curious pre-readers.
- Turn pages with an easy swipe
- Stories downloadable directly to your device, anytime, anywhere, on-the-go.
- Buy it once, play it as many times as you want.
- Patent-pending technology.
"Told in rhyming verse, the story is cute and clever. . . [the] bright and cheerful illustrations are a delight and will appeal to the book’s young audience. Goulding’s ink-and-watercolor drawings are full of life and activity; she has created bunnies that are playful and endearing. Especially hilarious is the spread where the bunny children have snuck out of bed and are checking on their parents who have collapsed on top of their bed and are sound asleep, too exhausted to climb under the covers . . ." Margaret Orto, Reviewer