13 Favorite Bunny Books for Children

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Springtime means growth and beauty.  Birds hatching, squirrels searching, bunnies sniffing.  It’s funny.  I just love bunnies.  Not many animals are cuter.  And how us it that they have destroyed more than one garden of mine, but I still love them?!

Rabbits have been one of my favorite animals since as long as I can remember.  When it came time to choose a theme for our gender-neutral nursery, I knew it would be a Peter Rabbit baby room.  Bunny rabbits just cause delight and invoke happiness.

Here is a list of our favorite bunny books for children — we own all but two of these lovely, mostly board books, and read at least one bunny book every day!  I hope you find at least one book here that you haven’t read yet and can head to your local library to pick one up!

The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown will always have a special place in my heart, it was the first book that I ever read to my son.


Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter is the classic story of a naughty little bunny who sneaks into a garden to eat vegetables.


The Bunny Book by Richard Scarry is the 1955 story of a baby bunny wanting to become a daddy bunny.

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If You Were My Bunny by Kate McCullan is a bedtime story about unconditional love.


Bunny’s Noisy Book by Margaret Wise Brown is a delightful exploration of the senses and springtime.

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Pat the Bunny by Dorothy Kunhardt is a classic book teaching children about senses and family.

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When I’m Big by Sam McBratney is the story of springtime and changing life cycles.

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Little White Rabbit by Kevin Henkes is a tale of a sweet bunny who discovers his mother’s neverending love.

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The Little Rabbit by Judy & Phoebe Dunn is a story of love between a rabbit named Buttercup and her owner.

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Quiet Bunny by Lisa McCue is the story of nature sounds and self-acceptance.

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Benjamin Bunny by Beatrix Potter continues the story of two little mischievous rabbits.


Home for a Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown is about a little bunny just wanting to find a home and a companion.

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Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney is the story of the love between parent and child.



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What bunny book is your favorite?  Do they invoke special memories of childhood?  Which favorite bunny books did I miss?


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