Monday, March 23, 2015

The Littlest Bunny in Cincinnati: An Easter Adventure

The Littlest Bunny in Cincinnati: An Easter Adventure

Review by Lauren

Source: copy from publisher; all opinions are my own

Official Summary: It's Easter morning, and the littlest bunny has a big secret: he's actually the Easter Bunny! He has a lot of work to do! Join him as he hides eggs high and low, with a final stop at your house!

Review: This is such a cute book and perfect for all boys and girls across the United States...because Cincinnati isn't the only city who has a book. There are even books about entire states. I decided to do Cincinnati because I live right next to the city and it's fun to see all of the little things throughout that pertain to my city like a Bengals flag on the children's bunk bed and illustrations of Great American Ball Park and even the Cincinnati Public Library. This is something that my mom really enjoyed too, when she read the book with my three year-old niece. It's a book that the whole family can truly enjoy.

The actual story is really sweet and I enjoyed that each page rhymed, making it a fun read-aloud book. The littlest bunny is secretly the Easter bunny and he sneaks out to deliver all the eggs across Cincinnati. What makes the book even more unique to each place is that various places within Cincinnati are mentioned (like Oakley, Mt. Adams, etc.) - so this would be another unique feature for whichever book you buy. 

As for the little ones, my niece really loved the bright pictures and the page full of buildings seemed to excite her a great deal. She apparently went through the book a few times, just looking at the pictures and enjoying. At the end of the book there is even instructions about a hunt to find all the Easter eggs in the book. My mom went back through the book and my niece counted all the eggs, all the way up to 20! Each egg has a number so it's easy to keep track...and there are pictures with the answers in the back of the book if your little one needs help!

You can check Sourcebooks website to see where else the Littlest Bunny visits. The collection includes places like Florida, Iowa, Tampa Bay, and more!

Definitely grab yourself a copy and enjoy this adorable book Easter day!

14 comments:

Amanda Winchester said...

I know they say don't judge a book by it's cover, but HOW cute is the bunny on the front :) I'm actually on the lookout for nice kid's books as my friend just had a baby, and I think it's good to start them off early! This would make a nice gift! x

AmandaSays

Kirsty-Marie Jones said...

Sounds cute and fun, although not for me, but definitely want to read this to my cousins kids! :)

Liviania said...

Aw, look at his cute widdle face.

Karen Alderman said...

Too cute!!

Karen @For What It's Worth

Claudia Arroyo said...

It does look an adorable story. My little girls love rhyming books too :)

Melliane said...

Oh this one sounds so sweet and cute! Thanks for the lovely review!

Heidi Rainy Day Ramblings said...

oh this looks super cute. I just checked and found out there is one for Oregon. I will have to order a copy for my kids for Easter. Thanks so much.

Kindlemom said...

This sounds adorable!

Brandi Kosiner said...

This looks super cute. girls might like

Tracy Terry said...

Sounds super cute.

Marianne Robles said...

Oh my gosh this looks completely adorable. I want to buy it for myself just because of that cover.

Marianne @ Boricuan Bookworms.

Midnight Cowgirl said...

This sounds so cute!

Sharons Book Nook! said...

That looks so cute!

L-Diggitty said...

Oh, this would be perfect for my toddler! We haven't taken her to see the Easter bunny yet so she hasn't developed a fear of rabbit costumes yet... maybe if we read her this book, it will help them seem awesome so she doesn't have a meltdown this weekend at the mall! lol