Muncha Muncha Muncha: Bunnies Storytime

Stories we shared

Sneaky bunnies, messy bunnies, troublesome bunnies… Bunny Days and Muncha Muncha Muncha are perfect for school age kids, while Small Bunny’s Blue Blanket and What’s the Matter Bunny Blue are great for preschoolers, toddlers, and infants. Click on the book cover to view them in our catalog.

Small Bunny’s Blue Blanket by Tatyana Feeney
What’s the Matter Bunny Blue? by Nicola Smee
Bunny Days by Tao Nyeu

Muncha Muncha Muncha by Candice Fleming

Flannelboard

“The Great Big Carrot”

FB great big carrot

from The Flannel Board Storytelling Book

This flannelboard story is based on a Russian Folktale.  Once, a rabbit saw a great big carrot top and wanted to pull it out, but it would not come out. Along came a squirrel, then a turtle, and finally a snail, who all hang onto each other, working together to pull out the great big carrot.


Films we watched

BunnyTales: Max's Castle
BunnyTales: Max’s Castle

Knuffle Bunny Too – from the DVD The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog!

Craft

“Bunny Ears”

This is a very simple one. The ears can be drawn on construction paper of various colors and the children can select which colors they want.

Here’s another version from Kaboose.

Supplies

construction paper
crayons
tape
scissors

How to make them

1. Color the ears
2. Cut out the ears
3. Using the extra construction paper, cut out long strips. Tape two strips together.
4. Wrap the strip around the child’s head to measure the correct size
5. Tape the end together. This should fit snugly over the child’s forehead.
6. Tape on the bunny ears


Pajama Storytime, Hastings Branch Library 7/15/13. Ages 3-8.
Infant and Toddler Storytimes, Central Library 7/16/13

Jane Gov

Jane is a Youth Services Librarian at Pasadena Central Library. She purchases YA books for the library system and maintains the teen booklist, online resources, and webpages. She oversees Teen & YA programs including Summer Reading, Advisory Board, Zine, book reviewers, Teen Mental Health Initiative, and volunteers. She also coordinates the library's Innovation Lab, STEAM Kits project, and Young Readers League. She also conducts a few kids events and storytimes. Jane is a contributor to VOYA Magazine and a YALSA Board member.  A majority of her free time is spent with her two corgis Tyrion and Gimli. She tweets as @missjanegov.

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