Meet a Baby Rabbit by Jennifer Boothroyd
Since the focus of this series is baby animals, each title is organized around the birth of the animal, how it is cared for by its mother, how long it takes to grow up, and the purpose they serve on the farm.
Hush, Little Bunny by David Ezra Stein
A father rabbit offers messages of nurturing protection and comfort to his baby.
Big Bunny by Rowboat Watkins
A parent and child share the telling of a story about a giant bunny who eats carrots– and maybe trucks and bridges (according to the child).
Hungry Bunny by Claudia Rueda
In this interactive picture book, the reader must help Bunny as he gathers apples to eat, and uses his red scarf to climb a tree or create a rope bridge.
Dust Bunny Wants a Friend by Amy Hevron
A lonely dust bunny tries to make friends with passing creatures with no success, until a broom sweeps him under the bed and he finds more friends like him.
Good day, good night by Margaret Wise Brown
A little rabbit greets each day and says good night to the familiar things outside.
When a Wolf is Hungry by Christine Naumann-Villemin
When Edmond Bigsnout, a lone wolf, sets out to satisfy his craving for a city rabbit, his efforts are foiled by apartment dwellers who think he is a new neighbor.
My Very Own Space by Pippa Goodhart
A little rabbit is trying to read his book in peace, but there’s so much going on around him! Maybe he needs some space just for himself. With minimal text accompanying beautiful and sweet illustrations, this charming picture book explores ideas of personal space and sharing in a way that even very young children can enjoy.
The Wonderful Habits of Rabbits by Douglas Florian
Illustrations and rhyming text explore how rabbits spend their days throughout the year.