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Bunnies on the Bus

Bunnies on the Bus

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The repetition not only helps the rhymes to flow well, but also gave me the same weirdly soothing feeling as The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round. Don’t take your rabbit out of the travel carrier– all of the people and the noises will likely stress him out.

Bunnies on the Bus by Philip Ardagh, Ben Mantle, Hardcover Bunnies on the Bus by Philip Ardagh, Ben Mantle, Hardcover

Playful and colourful activity sheets to accompany one of our favourite picture books… Bunnies on the Bus! The bunnies have taken over the bus and they’re on a wild ride across the streets of Sunnytown! They whizz past the bus stop, swerve around corners and zoom over crossings on a non-stop roller coaster adventure! There are bunnies on the roof! Bunnies in the aisle! DO sit down, bunnies, or you’ll end up in a pile! Eventually, they come to a stop … at the train station. And what’s that they’ve spotted? A TRAIN! Uh-oh, here we go again… Try to avoid the train or bus during peak hours– the train or bus will be extra busy and noisy which will stress your rabbit out. The bunnies all seem to be enjoying themselves, the other animals on the street not so much as the bus won’t stop for them or they have to move out of its way. The Highway Code. The idea that it’d ever be safe for me to sit behind the wheel of a car is a complete joke.

Watch out! Move out of the way! Hold onto your tails! There are … BUNNIES ON THE BUS! And they aren’t stopping for ANYONE! Once your rabbit has started to feel more comfortable in their new travel carrier, get them used to staying in there for longer periods of time.

Bunnies On The Bus by Philip Ardagh and Ben Mantle Bunnies On The Bus by Philip Ardagh and Ben Mantle

A home-renovation project is interrupted by a family of wrens, allowing a young girl an up-close glimpse of nature. This is a hilarious read about a bunny bus driver who gets a whole bunch of happy and naughty bunnies in his bus and ends up having a whole party with them and driving like he is in the movie SPEED (for reals though, I do hope that he normally drives a bit more carefully and with less flying). The bunnies have taken over the bus and they’re on a wild ride across the streets of Sunnytown! They whizz past the bus stop, swerve around corners and zoom over crossings on a non-stop roller coaster adventure! There are bunnies on the roof! Bunnies in the aisle! DO sit down, bunnies, or you’ll end up in a pile! Eventually, they come to a stop … at the train station. And what’s that they’ve spotted? A TRAIN! Uh-oh, here we go again… A hilarious romp of a book, with a fantastic read-aloud rhyming text and spectacular illustrations.Bonded bunnies travel together– if you have a bonded pair of bunnies, put them in the same travel carrier. They will provide each other with comfort. Be sure to get an appropriate travel cage for your bunny weeks before your planned road trip. This way, you can spend time to make sure your rabbit feels safe and secure in its travel home. I liked the images and thought that they worked well with the story and I loved that the hamsters went by in their balls! The illustrations are engaging and inspiring. Pupils could very easily draw maps of Sunnytown or their own localities to serve as planning tools for their stories and even support locational knowledge in Geography lessons. They could choose to change the type of vehicle the bunnies travel in, or the animals they whizz past on their journey. The boom would lend itself well to alternate versions. Taking your rabbit on public transport might seem like a daunting experience. Rabbits are nervous creatures that can be scared easily, particularly when they’re away from their home.

Bunnies on the Bus | Book reviews | RGfE - Reading Groups Bunnies on the Bus | Book reviews | RGfE - Reading Groups

This book has certainly made me smile. It’s so funny, has so much detail to see and you can’t help but enjoy the silly ending, and wonder how bad/hectic things could get in the place the bunnies are going next. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone and I hope there are more like this! I actually wanted to read this during Easter (because bunnies), but I just wasn’t in the right mind for it. So here I am a day later and it is a happy belated Easter read. It’s been six and a half weeks since the first (and only) time I’ve read this book before today and throughout that time my brain has involuntarily and quite randomly been singing/chanting at me: Bunnies on the bus! Digitized colored pencil pictures, rendered in deep pastels, bring to mind a pepped-up vintage Little Golden Book. Keen-eyed readers will spot other madcap moments, including a police chase, occurring alongside the rabbits’ romp.Renata’s wren encounter proves magical, one most children could only wish to experience outside of this lovely story. Instead, introduce the carrier during playtime, leaving door open so your rabbit can enter it on its own. b) Entice your rabbit in the carrier with treats. I can’t write this review without mentioning the stars of the story, the bunnies on the bus. The bunnies themselves are a right bunch of characters and it’s great that you can clearly see their different personalities through the images. There’s a mum bunny with her baby along with crazier younger bunnies all wanting an adventure! Bunnies take over a city bus for a wild ride full of hilarious antics. Bunnies on the Bus is a hopping good time both for the story and the illustrations, which lend themselves to repeated readings/viewings.

Children’s Book Review: Bunnies On The Bus - Me, him, the Children’s Book Review: Bunnies On The Bus - Me, him, the

You want your rabbit to feel as at home in its travel carrier as possible. This will minimise stress as your rabbit won’t feel completely out of its comfort zone while on public transport.We had so much fun following Bunnies on the Bus, and seeing what would happen! When you get to the end you’re definitely going to want to know what happens next! The wording is quite minimal and the first two phrases are repeated. This will help new readers to read. It also rhymes and I know kids love a rhyming book.



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