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When a bunny is born in spring he sees the world as green and new and full of hope  But as the seasons change the bunny worries that the earth may be dying  In bestselling author’s Sally Lloyd Jones’ latest picture book celebrating the Easter season and rebirth nature speaks to the bunny assuring him of something Award winning artist David McPhail’s whimsical illustrations reflect the beauty of the world around us as Lloyd Jones’ inspirational text prompts readers to celebrate the changing seasons and the miracle of nature’s rebirth


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  1. says:

    Title BUNNY’S FIRST SPRINGAuthor Sally Lloyd JonesIllustrator David McPhailPublisher ZonderkidzFebruary 2015ISBN 978 0310733867Genre Childrens Easter SpringtimeWhen a bunny is born in spring he sees the world as green and new and full of hope But as the seasons change the bunny worries that the earth may be dying In bestselling author’s Sally Lloyd Jones’ latest picture book celebrating the Easter season and rebirth nature speaks to the bunny assuring him of something Award winning artist David McPhail’s whimsical illustrations reflect the beauty of the world around us as Lloyd Jones’ inspirational text prompts readers to celebrate the changing seasons and the miracle of nature’s rebirthBUNNY’S FIRST SPRING is a great book for early readers or for momsgrandmasor other adults to read to their favorite preschooler or early elementary age children The pictures are beautifully done the story engaging and while practicing reading skills my youngest daughter wanted to keep reading to find out what happened during parts of the story BUNNY’S FIRST SPRING is the ideal gift to give to your favorite child in their Easter basket or as an anytime springtime gift Attractively designed in hardback with a dustcover BUNNY’S FIRST SPRING will be sure to be treasured Perfect for family for daycares for libraries An obscure message about resurrection the world coming alive again is included so churches or Christian schools can capitalize on it if they want 34 pages Hardcover only


  2. says:

    Love the bible she wrote for children and had high hopes for this one but it just didn't suit us as muchkrb 4617


  3. says:

    About the BookWhen a bunny is born in spring he sees the world as green and new and full of hope But as the seasons change the bunny worries that the earth may be dying In bestselling author's Sally Lloyd Jones' latest picture book celebrating the Easter season and rebirth nature speaks to the bunny assuring him of something Award winning artist David McPhail's whimsical illustrations reflect the beauty of the world around us as Lloyd Jones' inspirational text prompts readers to celebrate the changing seasons and the miracle of nature's rebirth About the AuthorSally Lloyd Jones is a leading writer of inspirational books for children She is the author of three bestselling children’s Bibles including the Gold Book Award winning Baby’s First Bible and most recently the Moonbeam Award Winner and ALA notable The Jesus Storybook Bible Every Story Whispers His Name She has written many picture books for children including the critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller How to Be a Baby By Me the Big Sister Sally was born and raised in Africa was schooled in England and now lives in New York City My Review Spring is a time of rebirth and renewal for all living things This is just a precious picture book perfect to teach your child about the world around them and what springtime is all about Bunny sees such a beautiful perfect world around him when it's spring Each day he is awakened to some new growth such as a plant or flower or some new sound such as the birds singing Each day his world is alive with activity but soon the seasons begin to change and he is so afraid that the world is dying His parents are always by his side reassuring him to be patient And just as he is use to the winter it turns and welcomes spring all over again This is a precious children's book filled with touching prose and beautiful illustrations A sweet book to read at Easter DisclosureThis book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review for my participation on the Z Blog Suad


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    Pre release reveiwThis is an adorable hard cover book about the evolution of the seasons in the eyes of a new bunny It comes complete with a beautifully illustrated dust jacket to keep the actual cover free of little finger marks It is very age appropriate for the 4 8 category As the story begins little bunny is born and sees everything new and beautiful As the seasons begin to change he doesn't understand this is normal and worries because his friends are leaving and everything is dying and all things familiar are gone Then as the ground thaws and the trees begin to bud and the flowers poke their way through the soil little bunny once again is filled with hope as his friends return and he sees the miracle of new birth in animals and new life from things he thought was dead such as the flowers grass and trees This cute little book will touch the heart of any child from ages 4 8 I have never met a little child who doesn't love a little bunny and what a wonderful way to teach them about seasons death and rebirth It could easily be adapted to fit the Easter season; however it is not a strong religious book and would be acceptable on secular level Mr McPhail’s illustrations are sure to delight any child young or old I have been a great fan of Ms Lloyd Jones’ children’s books and in my opinion you won’t be disappointed with any of her books for your children I loved the paraphrased uote at the end of the book by Martin Luther reminding us that God promises new life Disclosure I was given a copy of this Book by the publisher ZonderKidz for an honest review I was not reuired to write a favorable review nor was I compensated for my review The opinions in this review are my own


  5. says:

    Bunny's First Spring may be a children's book but it reminded me of some very important truths Fall is a season of dying and winter can seem like death but spring brings the hope of renewal This tale takes us through the first year of little bunny's life He is born in the spring when everything is fresh and new But soon the seasons begin to change and fall is upon them Everything about nature seems to be dying and slowing down This of course makes bunny sad The trees and streams and other animals whisper to him that it is just a season of rest but bunny doesn't hear them With the onset of winter bunny and his family go into hibernation When the family awakes spring is upon them And once again all things are made newThis is another beautiful story from Sally Lloyd Jones that gently teaches the concept of renewal This would be the perfect addition to an Easter basket or a unit study on spring for your young children The illustrations by David McPhail are simply beautiful and sure to keep your kiddo interested in the storyA book was provided to facilitate my review


  6. says:

    The author uses short sentences and prose in an easily readable style to tell the story of little bunny Born in springtime he frolics through the seasons of the year enjoying all of life around him Fear and concern envelope little bunny as the Fall begins and changes are dismally apparent to him He doesn't care for the cold hardness of winter as it settles inFinally Spring with all its beauty and glory bursts into bloom around little bunny and he is happy once againBeautifully illustrated using the soft tones of watercolors the artist David McPhail brings the seasons to life for little bunny and all the little readers who hold this lovely book in their handsDISCLOSURE I received a complimentary copy from BookLook book blogging program on behalf of ZonderKidz and the author to facilitate this review Opinions expressed are solely my own I was not compensated for this review


  7. says:

    Sally Lloyd Jones is the author of The Jesus Storybook Bible one of our family’s very favorite children’s bibles She is able to tell a story with strong emotion and beautifully fluid yet active phrases Bunny’s First Spring introduces the reader to a young bunny who bounces in adoration of a spring world full of life and new growth As the year progresses the bunny grows and wonders if a tree dropping its fall leaves is sick or if winter means the earth is dying The bunny’s mother and father assure that waiting will reveal the answer so the bunny listens and watches nature until its own hibernation period With a soothing rhythmic tone this book is perhaps particularly appropriate as a read aloud for parentsguardians and preschool childrenDisclosure I received this book free from the publisher as a part of the BookLook blogger program in exchange for my honest review All opinions expressed on my own


  8. says:

    A sweet cozy book about the changing seasons and the melancholy feelings change can bring Bunny thinks the world is dying when fall and winter roll around but his parents help him understand that new beginnings are hovering just under the surface A philosophical than scientific look at the seasons but it works feelings are always involved in times of change not just facts and figures This book may also work as bibliotherapy for kids dealing with loss because the overall message is comforting new life always grows out of death


  9. says:

    Written to type Love Absolutely the new favorite spring picture bookRead again and love 4272017 So adorable An author I enjoy and an illustrator that I always find talented While called First Spring is is about the first seasonal cycle as it goes from one spring around the year all the way to the next spring Perfect for littles to learn about the renewal of the seasons Review copy


  10. says:

    This was a very cute book that helps young readers understand the changing seasons With spring there is new growth and with winter there is dying But shows that everything is renewed come the following spring My daughter loved this book with the cute illustrations and the wonderful meaning behind the story We had to read it over and over again